With the wind absolutely cranking, I headed over to PB to catch the afternoon crew. People were seriously lit up on 7s and 8s and there were at least 15 to 20 kites out on the water and more on the beach.
Great, crazy, day snowkiting Lake Sunapee yesterday. I arrived with my 9m (rookie mistake, left the 7m at home), to find Jean putting away his 8m for the 5.5m. A bunch of "wingers" were out, and only 2 other kiters who decided not to brave the crazy winds. Blowing snow across the entire lake a
Less than two hours from Boston is a world class kite spot. Most kiters can only dream of such riding within reach of their local area. The miles of slicks, the wilderness, the ease of access to the open ocean are the stuff of destination kite spots such as Hatteras or South Padre Island. Yet
I went to the beach to kite some amazing sunlit wave conditions. As I was talking to Ted in the parking lot I realized I had my wife's Xtra Small Drysuit... So after the log drive for nothing I decided to snap some pictures and not be so self serving...