DocDeuce wrote:Most of the time I'm at IOP or SI... when i have the boat out ill go up to capers. Orange pants is no longer welcome in our neck of the woods. He is just dangerous, the last time he was here, he may have learned a lesson. He pretty removed all the skin on his back and one arm while looping (the second time in one day) thru the crowded beach. Thank heavens no innocent bystander got hurt. It was funny, a week later one of the regulars who wasnt around for the fiasco, showed up in Orange boardshorts... he took quite a bit of crap that day...lolt3rse wrote:DocDeuce wrote:I took lessons with my 15 yr old son 5 years ago. The lessons got me the basics of understanding the wind window etc.. and safety. It was really the advice from local riders here in charleston that got me up and riding. Now, I pay it forward... when I see a new kiter, if I see something that can be tweaked or fixed, or a word of encouragement... I try to help... Except for that 1 out of 10 guy who knows it all (and refuses any and all help/advice from us more experienced kiters) and would rather be unsafe and drag his ass thru a family on the beach on at least 4 different occasions... You know who your are orange pants, we will be looking out for you!!! Sorry about that last rant...
I'm guessing you stay over at Sullivans or IOP since I've never seen Mr. Orange Pants...
You mean to tell me this guy came to Charleston?DocDeuce wrote: He is probably late 30s early 40s... For the longest time we thought he was french because of his accent when he would tell us to F off. Finally someone talked to him and i guess he is actually from belgium. No offense to our french kite brothers.
I lend my trainer out to people who want to learn kiting all the time... Once again paying it forward...
lol smart! that's what I had as well.Tiago1973 wrote:i took lessons
they didn´t teach me how to ride
they teached me how to learn how to ride without broken my neck
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