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Monday, March 13, 2006

Let's Go Fly a Kite

When the wind blows, the kite comes out.

Let's Go Fly a Kite
Music: David Tomlinson & Dick Van Dyke - Let's Go Fly a Kite


  • The wind was blowing so hard someone could have probably put you on a string and flew you all over the sky!

    I was scared to death Spiderman was going to go into the power lines!

    Great video Josh. Keep up the GREAT work!

    By Anonymous Andy Melton, at 12:53 AM, March 14, 2006  

  • I was feeling so blue today, but your video made me feel happy again.

    Please take care!


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:53 AM, March 14, 2006  

  • It was CRAZY windy!!

    By Blogger Mary Beth, at 9:13 AM, March 14, 2006  

  • I had real tumblin' tumbleweeds in my office parking lot!


    By Blogger David Kolenda, at 1:26 PM, March 14, 2006  

  • Generally, I scorn the little teenybopper saying:"LOL". I don't know why it makes my skin crawl. But you actually did make me laugh out loud...when it looked like the kite attacked you. And by the way, you need a haircut!

    By Blogger Claire, at 4:32 PM, March 14, 2006  

  • I like your hairstyle. You remind me of the guy from that 70's show.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:31 PM, March 14, 2006  

  • I'm glad Spidey made it into the air, finally! For a minute it seemed more like you were being attacked by a kite.

    By Blogger missbhavens, at 7:32 PM, March 14, 2006  

  • kites are fun. i like how they fly and stuff!

    By Blogger Dave H., at 10:50 PM, March 14, 2006  

  • When you said it was really windy I had visions of a gentle breeze me living in one of the windiest states and all(mostely because of lack of tree) but holy that wind was strong. I wouldn't have even ventured out of my door. Wonderful post as all of your post usually are. Watching kites flying really brings back childhood. I usually wasn't so successful to say the least but that's a different story.

    Wonderful post,
    Evan (http://e-vlog.blogspot.com)

    P.S. Thanks for signing up for my site Josh. I am planning to take a different direction with it. Maybe new PHP code or a new host. I'll keep you posted.

    By Anonymous Evan, at 12:43 AM, March 15, 2006  

  • I love your outdoor adventures - this was great from start to finish. It's been ages since I've flown a kite, you've inspired me.

    By Blogger backinblakk, at 11:17 AM, March 15, 2006  

  • Josh Leo your the coolest!

    By Blogger Jen, at 11:47 AM, March 15, 2006  

  • You ought to make your own power wind turbine down there.

    By Blogger Francisco Daum, at 4:23 PM, March 15, 2006  

  • Good thing you didn't buy a bigger kite, I'm sure it would have taken you away with it!

    By Blogger Chris Daniel, at 11:33 PM, March 15, 2006  

  • I'll love it when veer you get a 'vlogging-partner' that will help you make the shots. I mean, if being alone you makes this good shots, I can't imagine what you'll eventually do with a second person.

    At least it flew a few seconds. And yeah, THAT was a lot of wind...

    By Blogger JuanFalla, at 1:35 AM, March 16, 2006  

  • Such a Charlie Brown moment . . . Rachel and I gave up on cheap kites a long time ago! It's all about the two-handled stunt kites now--but I don't think we'd ever try them in winds like that!!

    By Blogger Nate & Rachel, at 1:34 PM, March 16, 2006  

  • It's too windy I kept thinking to myself. Way too windy. Its never gonna fly, I thought. You gave it a fighting try though and what kind of fun would it have been in a gentle breeze anyway. None. No carnage. No breaking braces. No plastic flapping violently in the hurricane force winds. Thanks for sharing. Always fun to watch.

    By Blogger Anthony, at 5:35 PM, March 17, 2006  

  • I think if you would've tied a crunched beer can to the tail, it might've flown a little better, and with the way that wind was blowing, maybe two beers cans...certainly brings back memories, of paper kites, launched and left about a mile up.

    By Anonymous bottomunion, at 5:06 AM, March 18, 2006  

  • Oh NO Josh! We got those same winds a day later and they were wickedly wild. I had to stay the night at a friends in town because it was too dangerous to drive home with all the blowing snow and the like.

    I liked how I could hear the wind howling in the background when you were introducing the post.

    I totally knew the kite wasn't going to fly, and was pleasently entertained when it began to attack you.

    By Blogger Michael Tyas, at 6:10 PM, March 18, 2006  

  • I think I've got a solution to Josh's problem:

    By Blogger Roger, at 1:29 AM, March 22, 2006  

  • Oh MAN!...I have not laugh so loud alone...in a long time!

    That was great!

    By Anonymous Rick Q., at 6:29 PM, June 13, 2006  

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