Staying positive on a gloomy day. Currently we have overcast skies and cooler temperatures. Wind is 7 MPH offshore from the East/Northeast. Our WF-WRF forecast table is showing a very quiet morning with single digit numbers. Later in the afternoon we see an abrupt jump to the low 20's for about an hour or two before it fades into the mid teens for the rest of the evening. Not a great forecast, but also not a bad one. I'd rather look at the glass half full today seeing there is some decent wind in the forecast. Looks like the after work crew can score a session for both foilers and twin tips if you can catch the jump in time.
Hopefully everyone enjoyed the video content I posted along with yesterday's post. I want to keep the original content coming as much as I can. Today I'm including an older project called Off The Hook Talk. The idea was a "Talk Show" where myself and Carter Thomas talk about different teaching topics through different instructors point of view. The blog kinda touches on these topics, but I may try to continue this series with recommendations from our students. Let me know what you think!
Question of the day:
What kite skill would you like to hear me break down? It can be riding up wind, body dragging, putting the board on etc..