I’ve always loved flying kites. Perhaps it is the utter unpredictability of it all, the realization that I really have no control over this object that can sail so beautifully in the sky or come crashing down at any moment. 226 more words
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Ex-pro kiter Renzo Mancini turns retired kites into extremely weatherproof (and extremely wearable) jackets.
Renzo Mancini has spent most of his life kiting. For 17 years, he test piloted kites and even worked in the Research & Development department of Wipika, a pioneering kite maker. 382 more words
Sometimes we forget to look up from our handheld electronics and when we do, we discover something that fascinates us and perhaps paid little attention to before. 527 more words
The kids unanimously agreed that they wanted one of their next unit studies to be about flying. As I began typing up all of the activities we’ve been doing, I realized that my post was getting super long, so I’ve once again separated our study into parts. 735 more words
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Hi. When’s the last time you flew a kite? Do you remember it? Or went to the park and just lay down on the grass, not giving two f***s about the damp or the mud or grass stains on those dry-clean-only shirts? 303 more words