Have you ever seen a more gorgeous AWES kite anchor, ground-based, power generator system in your life?
fair enough, I hadn’t either.
Massive Thank You to Gordon Diesels in Stornoway for their help with cutting, welding and humor readjustments 🙂 It’s brilliant. The tracking rotation is rock solid and sooo smooth.
Bent pipe or more modular next time though.
That Iron, Nylon and Duct Tape machine can talk to my phone about kites.
Big Thanks to All these people:
Angus Smith and George MacLeod of Aiginish for technical skills.
Thanks to Ali G BeSpoke Bicycle Repairs @ The HUB for amazing Bike services.
Thanks to Kenny MacArthur for Yard and Shed space.
Thanks to SRM
Other Coves and Blones
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Windswept and Interesting owes a debt of gratitude to the following people. You all helped, donated, advised, inspired, supported, supplied, pushed, pulled.
You've Been There! The project has done amazing things already and it's going so much further thanks to you.
THANK YOU ALL !!!
Gordon Old, Patrick Sherlock, Andrew Brightwell, Phil Owen, Iain Dobson, Baptiste Labat, Ferg and Alison, Kenny Morrison, Jane Mac, Sandy MacDonald, Night_cavalerie, Hazel Macleay, Jude Maxwell, Amrita Ahluwalia, Ben Sandeen, Alice & Patrick Read, Jude Watmough, The Tullochs, KB, My family, My kids and their pals, Local engineering shops like Ivor Murray and Gordon Diesels have been brilliant, All the AWES tech geeks openly discussing online, Eddie Weather, Local sailors and fisherdudes, Especially the Smith family, AWEC, AWEIA, ALI G, Roy D, UHI, Strathclyde Uni, TU Delft, Freiburg Uni, NASA, FAA, Leodsaich, All the windsurf, kite & nutter surf mates I "grew up" with and the elements... Thanks x