To fly a kite

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HELIUM BALLOONS AND KITE THONGS On light wind days when there is not enough wind to fly a kite, you may still be able to kite fish.
That message would at least be consistent with the expectations of the occupying forces that deny the physical freedom but find it impossible to quell the desire for peace, for a homeland, for the freedom to fly a kite and just play with the wind.
"Bahrain is a great place to fly a kite. We flew 45 kites, some were single-line known as show kites and others were dual-lines which were used for tricks, like jumping cars or sand surfing.
The book then goes on to discuss how to fly a kite and where to fly a kite.
If there was no wind blowing, what could you do to fly a kite? (Run!)
Ancient kite has a global history :n The kite is believed to have originated around 2,500 years ago in China, Malaysia or Indonesia.n Kite flying was banned in Japan in 1760 because too many people preferred to fly kites than work.n The world record for the longest kite fly is 180 hours.n Approximately 12 people are killed each year in kiting accidents across the world.n You do not need wind to fly a kite.n Benjamin Franklin used a kite to prove that lightning was electricity.n Englishman Lawrence Hargrave emigrated to Australia, where he invented the box kite in 1893.n In 1901 Marconi used a Hexagon kite to transmit the first radio signals across the Atlantic.
Why trek halfway around the globe to fly a kite? Balsley's group was searching for the right weather; they needed a place where the winds blow strong and steady.