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LETS GET THESE PEOPLE *****

Hopefully all of the members of our kite clubs can help Chris find his kite.
If you can help Chris please contact him directly.

sendchrisanemail@gmail.com

My Prism Illusion 2000 was stolen on August 20, 2011 from Ski Beach in San Diego, CA. The story behind the kite is that Monty Weston wanted me to have the kite, but I didn't have the money for it. After the kite community lost her, I decided that even though I couldn't afford it, that I had to have that kite. It took a long time to find it, but I ended up finding it tucked away in the closet at the kite shop. After I bought it, I was really torn about what to do with it, since it was such a special kite to me. I finally decided that I would fly it, but only on rare occasions. Since it had been so long since I had flown, I decided that this was one of those special occasions, so I took it out. The beach was packed, and I didn't end up flying this weekend, so I ended up leaving 5 kite bags out where our group was sitting. When I packed up I didn't really pay attention and didn't notice that the Illusion was missing until I got home and unloaded the car. That's when my heart sank. I am still in shock that it's actually gone. As you can see, this kite is very dear to me, and I appreciate all of the encouragement and support that I've received from the kite community. With everyone's help, hopefully my kite will find its way home one day.

Here are some pictures of my friend's identical kite. The only difference is that the sail of my kite will say #6 of 40.

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As always - I hope to see you all down at the beach flying - Have a great 2011
Remember: "Imagination is the Highest Kite One Can Fly" Lauren Bacall
Lots of good wishes your way

Janis Sabic, your kite club President

 

 

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