Rules to play Kite Flying
kite flying is a popular ritual for the celebration of spring festival.
1. Pick your kite
There are quite a few varieties to choose from and you can even make your own. The standard shapes are easiest to fly, but if youre looking for a challenge, go bigger and fancier.
Light and medium winds think 6 15 mph will serve best the Delta, Diamond, and Dragon shapes. If the wind is strong, however 8 25 mph, use a Box or stickless Parafoil kite to maintain flight easily.
2. Pick the right day
If theres a definite breeze but you dont feel bowled over, its time to head for the kite flying hills. The last thing you want to do is go out, spending hours just holding on. With a nice breeze, you can make your kite dance and soar and maybe even loops and tricks.
If there are leaves on the ground and theyre being tossed around gently, thats perfect. 5 25 mph 8.0 40.2 km h is the range youre looking for. Take out a flag or a windsock and test what it does before you spend your afternoon possibly disappointed.Only fly in safe conditions that means no rain or lightning. Theres actually electricity in clouds that is attracted to wet kite lines. Ben Franklin was one foolish kite flier.
3. Pick the right space
Dont fly your kite near roads, power lines, or airports. Your best bets are parks, fields, and beaches. When it comes to kite flying, more room more fun.Trees may seem harmless, but the fewer the better. Theyve been known to eat a few kites in their time.
4. Find a buddy
Find a buddy to help you get the kite into the air. Flying a kite is much, much easier with two people and it stays fun longer.
5. Hold the ball
Hold the ball of string and have your buddy hold the kite. The kite should be facing you with your back to the wind. If the wind is behind the kite, it will fall.
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