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One sign posted on a highway in Hood River, Oregon, let us know we weren’t in Tennessee anymore. Representing a place for windsurfing, the sign symbolizes fun for many who love wind-and-water sports of all kinds, especially a sport new to us — “kiting.” We stood for two hours on the banks of a park in the Columbia River Gorge dedicated to just this sort of thing, marveling at how anyone can catch the wind, sail across choppy waters, and then perform feats we’d only seen on TV. 118 more words
“Freezing Antarctic air is set to bring sub-zero temperatures and an almost even chance of snow to Queensland’s far south.
The so-called “Antarctic vortex” sending the mercury plummeting south of the border is due to turn the Sunshine State into the warm, cosy blanket state from early Sunday morning.” quotes the… 99 more words
A 40-year-old Montreal man is lucky to be alive after his legs got tangled in rope while he was kite surfing in Lake St-Louis on St-Jean Baptiste Day. 204 more words