Sports fields are not the perfect location especially if
they have goal posts or light poles. Variable winds.
If you fly kites enough and you fly them in dubious winds, at less than ideal locations or with public kites flying nearby, you will
eventually have an oops moment.
They are typically kites escaping into the distance, tangles with other kites or soft kites coming down on something.
We don't have photos of our oops moments as at the time we are more concerned with the kite rescue.
Maybe these photos of other fliers oops moments will prompt them to send me photos of the McCullys kites in trouble.
Oops Moments in Kiting
An escape with pilot
still hopeful of a clean
getaway but stingray
is house bound. Line
cut by public kite.
Names will not be mentioned as the fliers know who they are.
Variable winds at
Wanganui in 2017 meant
that a roof landing was
always a possibility. Fire
brigade to the rescue.
Some oops occur in the
making - genetically
modified legs are not