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Girlstorm - a weekend of snowkiting just for the women of the winter world
Attention lady riders - there WILL be another Girlstorm in 2009. Stay tuned to this space for dates and information.
The first ever Girlstorm was a great weekend. With Molly Savard helping to teach, mother nature providing lots of new snow and Dakine, Lake Champlain Chocolates, Roxy and Amy's Granola hooking everyone up with sweet goodies a good time was had by all.
We are very psyched to welcome Kate, Dani, Jacqueline, Lia, Gorette, Alice, Annick and Kara to the world of snowkiting. They came from as far as Nova Scotia and all over New England and went from no experience to some great first rides over the weekend. There was a great fun and friendly vibe and we are all looking forward to next year's Girlstorm.
Stormboarding would like to thank all of the girls for coming and our partners for the goodies with an extra shout out to HQ kites for sending us some extra kites to keep everyone powered up.
The riders from the first Girlstorm snowkite camp.
Kate Holmes of Moretown. VT working the kite through the snow on day 2 of the Girlstorm.
Annick Shen of NYC learning how the Frenzy flies
Gorette Nunes from the Boston area concentrating on making the Beamer fly
The weekend featured a supportive vibe with everyone cheering each other on
Jacqueline D'Entrement flew in from the Canadian Maritimes to learn and then bring snowkiting back to the coastal north
Gorette hooking up another Girlstorm rider with a re-launch
Alice Racicot of the Boston area and Dani Griffin of VT enjoying the new snow
Th Girlstorm riders showing off their Dakine harnesses
Dani Griffin recently from Hawaii, and now in Vermont, gets her harness working
Kara Clark of New Hampshire up and riding
For more information, to book a lesson or order gear, please call Stormboarding at 802.578.6120 or e-mail: [email protected]
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