My last training manual was titled TRICKTIONARY. The English Edition. Written by Europeans.
Has applications to get wind-powered pull. To do the following<<>>dune buggy ride in deserts,
ice boat rides on frozen lakes, snowboarding uphill to mountain summits, long distance pull
that included from the Spanish Canary Islands east to North Africa, and various stunts done in
water five inches deep. I use Liquid Force products and a Whitehall skiff for travel over the
horizon upon the Salish Sea. Starting in 2017 as a senior citizen. Had paid instruction.
Have also been going into Ohio on Lake Erie out of Metro Detroit in Michigan. Using the
international commerce waterway shared with Canadian Ontario. Moving downwind
faster than most boats but tack like a sailboat going upwind. Next year I'm doing down
the Arkansas River out of the Fort Smith port facilities. My ride choice is retailed as
the Moon Patrol.. It is fast. Can be piloted over water obstructions like log jams,
partly submerged fences, rip-rap laid as junk vehicles mixed with concrete rubble, etc.
You learn with 3 meter pull on sandy beaches or grassy areas. The pull might pop
you free of the planet for a moment or two. YouTube has scary video of that pull
ending badly. Get the training to stay safer.