Local kite flyer gets creative

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Tape the plastic sleeves together - use strong tape
There are many of us who still enjoy getting the Seattle Times delivered to our door each day. 

Along with the newspaper comes a narrow plastic bag that begs for a way to be used.

Bob Plant, Shoreline kite builder and flyer, has figured out a way to use these bags by creating long kite tails.

He cuts the closed end off of each bag and tapes them together end to end to create tube tails that may be as much as 50 or more feet long. 

Bob is involved in Windlessinshoreline, Seattle's only indoor kite flying group.

Connect with the group on Facebook or email 


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