a stab at a lil humor there Sheriff, sure wish you could make it down but with the bun in the oven.....hope Reyna is doing well, give her my best, and remember West is used as a middle name.
we made it back up into Brazil yesterday....not a cloud in the sky, birds and fish in abundance, of course no one but the BRO crew and 25 knots with endless glassy waters....Greg found an island at the perfect angle and trolled it for an hour back and forth laying down turns both ways; he has now effectively taken his riding to a new level. Laying down turns repetitively like that in such controlled conditions allows you to dial it in....being able to crank turns each ways without a thought is the ticket to not having favorites and gives one the ability to ride waves on both tacks!!! So by tearing up the flats with precision, it sets you up to rip the waves with aggression, how beautiful is that.....
Commencing day 6 in a row with 4 more WINDY days predicted......of course my biggest kite is a 9m, so a windy day means a windy day.....OOOOOHHHHHHH gotta love CC, the windiest spot in the continental United States of America!!!!!!
off to prep the gear for the day, been riding the 138 Freeride to check out it's range and to be able to compare it with the 134 Freeride and the 138 Hybrid....gotta replace a bladder in Jerry's kite, tune my lines which must be done every several days due to the intense pressure on the lines due to the hundreds of turbo turns a session (Please learn how to tune your lines and do it regularly, otherwise you are greatly diminishing the responsiveness of your kite...it is unbelievable to me that veteran kiters rarely if ever check their lines,
time for some breakfast tacos and some hot sauce.....adios