to entice you to visit
What fun and I loved that saying on the crate.
How exciting and great kite flying shots for OWT ~ thanks,carol and artmusedogwww.acreativeharbor.com
We lived up on a hill when I was growing up..and then we could take a little alley up to an even bigger hill to fly kites which we did religiously every March ! wonderful post! :)
Oh how wonderful to see the colorful kites… I love the wise words about growing old because we stop flying kites!
How fun! That would be a great thing to see. Nice photos!
Kite flying is blue-tiful!Thanks for linking in today.Please consider returning and leaving a comment for me.Happy Blue Monday, Betty.
It looks like such fun and I like the sign on the crate.
What fun shots! And I love that sign - so true.
Oh, in Japan kids fly kites (varieties of them) especially new year season. So impressed with your pictures♪♪♪Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
I love that saying! I live in a perfect place to fly kites as we are close to lots of open space and it can get quite windy here on the front range of Colorado :)
The kites don't look much like kites, so creative and colorful. I like the fishes. What a fun event.
The sign is cute and I love the kites. Looks like a fun day flying kites. Have a happy week!
Such fun - the sign on the crate says it all!Always a pleasure to visit here!
What fun! Couldn't stop singing.
I love seeing kites flying high up soaring in the sky. Too bad -- hardly any kites are flown in the US. In fact, only once in my life here I saw one guy fooling around with it in the central park in NYC. Never anywhere else.
Wow! What colorful kites in such intriguing shapes! Love that chain link one!Thanks for stopping by my blog yesterday!
What a wonderful day! I just love seeing kites on the beach.
Those are certainly fun and creative kites!
What fun. My dad always enjoyed watching people fly kites at the beach. Coleen has a kite and loved flying it. Hopefully we can fly her kite again come spring.
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