28 Oct 2014 - Spiky Port Melbourne

James and I were perfectly co-ordinated, coming in to work at the same time and tearing down to Port Melbourne to meetup with Tarren and Pete for a session on project sawtooth.  Spiky wind, but still fun to be out.  Amazing how well modern kites can handle big variations in wind.  No real progression, but first chance to practice some old summer rotations.
Long session (about 1:20) with no sign of pain in my foot which is a great sign.

Fascinating looking at the GPS track log - you can see how the wind was curving around into the port melbourne area but was coming more straight down the bay outside the harbour.


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