this must be the Kite Eating Tree Charlie Brown’s been complaining about.
No batteries needed if you fly them in an electrical storm.
Did you notice? The kite in the opening panel is a tribute to Charlie Brown.
It must be Charlie Brown tribute day.
Kites $19.99 ?!? They’re just sticks and tissue paper … and you have to put them together yourself! Why, in MY day …
You don’t need batteries, Skyler; they’re powered by fairy dust (after all, Wendy has to earn a living).
Oh what simple fun one can have with just some wooden sticks, paper/or light cloth, and some string. Plus a little exercise, (running). Who need fancy electronics on a dry and sunny day with a good breeze blowing.
Seems like ‘Cosmo’ has a FEW things to explain to ‘Skylar’ BESIDES the ‘Birds and Bees’ ! ! ! !
The real fun with kites was flying up with them behind a water-ski boat. Ah, the good-ol’-days.
yes, yes we did.
I love flying kites, but around here either there is either no wind or enough to fly a barn door.
Hopefully “modernity” won’t catch up with kites.
Rubes also honors Charlie B today.
Love the Charlie Brown referernce!
You fly them behind the big electric prairie fans out in the country.
Oh, go fly a kite, Skyler!
$20 is about the minimum price for a nice kite these days… even without batteries
With tuppence and paper and string…
Charlie’s kite is in the Kite Hall Of Fame in a tree of course.
Can’t wait until spring. My kids love flying kites.
They’re eco-friendly, powered by wind.
fly them high enough in a thunderstorm and you may get them charged for free.
All those kites in the shop are from Charlie’s tree.
My grandchildren love flying kites. Better than batteries.
You need to go w/ stunt kites…. so much fun… was dive bombing my sister in law at Jekyll Island over Thanksgiving years ago. Had to hold on to my son when he was flying the kite. Wind was so strong was dragging him.
Why do they need batteries?
Do you have one with Bluetooth?
Ever notice that no one sells a helium balloon shaped like a piñata?
They have all gone solar!
Batteries not required, the energy is contained by nature and within yourself.
Ben Franklin was the first to electrify a kite…