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    Nice Idea Carl and well put together. Im sure this is gonna get good use.

    Well done mate.
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    made interesting reading!! fab!

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    Good Idea Carl, well done....

    Maybe a sticky for it as well..

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    Great job Carl,
    You have put in a lot of time & done a quality job on all that.

    You've got enough there to publish a book called, 'All You Ever Wanted to Know about Kite Buggying' or 'Kite Buggying Made Easy' or 'How to Lower your OBE Count' or 'Kite Buggying for Dummies' (I'd buy that one).

    Good job good buddy.

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    Thanks Mr Fandango! a big help!

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    and how many types of buggy are there 1 2 lots....
    that is a great guide and good info on it too

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    Great idea Carl,should be another permanent post on here,Pete.

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    I've been on holiday for the last 5 weeks, so if it is in my inbox I'm still working on clearing it.

    I'd suggest moving it to the buggy area before sticking, but the content is certainly useful and may work well in the new site (how-to, info area).

    Let me know re:moving.

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    I'm just getting started with buggying and found this very helpfull.

    Thanks.

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    Stuck (and moved)

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    Hi
    I got a kite for christmas.Its just the basic one that my wife bought for learning.I had a go flying the kite and its great.I would like to progress to a bigger kite and a buggy for the beach.
    Can anyone advise.What should I be looking for as a beginner,size of kite,buggy etc.
    Will i need lessons? I live near aberdeen in Scotland.I am not sure if there is a club near us.Thanks

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    buggying

    Thanks for the above post popeye really informative and well worth a read thanks for all your hardwork with this and sharing this well of experience.

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    Mr PTW

    This is such a great post, hugely enjoyed reading all these links, theres deffo a good book there. Particularly like the pictures of the buggys, some of them are so beautifully simple, love the sun lounger one. Im so inspired to make my own buggy now, I have a wonderful three wheeler pram that is perfect to make into a buggy, just wondered if you could give me any advice.
    cheers

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