Flying A Kite

It was a busy family day; I took the afternoon off work: Went to the International Festival of Kites in Dieppe. The kids made two kites, made with plastic and tape – better than any kite I ever bought; we saw kites shaped like fish, dragons, octopus; ate cotton candy and drank lots of water; and we flew the kites the kids made. Drove to Shediac where we bought pizza,

Go Fly A Kite

Jenny and I went to the top of Signal Hill yesterday to fly a three-dollar kite we bought at the grocery store last week. It says on the package that the kite comes with 400 feet of string. What it doesn’t say, though, is that the end of the string isn’t actually tied to the spool. So if you let that sucker out all the way, you might as well