Well I have finished my Open Water Dive Certification course and I am now a certified scuba diver. Next I am going for my Advanced Open Water Dive Certification which will allow me to do some ship wreck dives and go to deeper depths.
After an ankle injury which grounded me for a while I am back soaring the Blue Skies. It feels great to get back out there and feel the wind. I was able to get a couple of jumps in two weeks ago and should be back out there this weekend.Continue Reading →
I had my canopy course on Saturday. Gained some valuable knowledge on flying a canopy properly and making my landing pattern tighter. My fourth and last jump of the day I had a nasty line twist but was able to recover from it and had the best landing patter I ever had. I was able [...]Continue Reading →
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After a 4 Month hiatus I am once again skydiving. I had to do a short retrain and repeat Level 8. Level 8 went great and I got another skydive in as well. It was a great Saturday.
I had a great skydive this last Saturday. I got to the drop-zone a bit late in the day but was able to get one jump in. I started off with a good landing pattern until I realized I was reading the windsock wrong and had to re-evaluate my landing area. I made some minor [...]Continue Reading →
I had three great skydives on Saturday April 7, 2012. Although my freefalls were great my landings were terrible. Last jump landed so far out I had to walk South for a while then west for a while, gave my chute to the driver of the van that showed up, good thing he was [...]Continue Reading →
I was able to get a coach and solo jump Saturday March 24, 2012. Coach jump went really well but the landing could have been better while my solo jump went perfectly. I need 11 more jumps and then I can get my A license. Once I receive my A license I will be able [...]Continue Reading →
Last Saturday March 3, 2012 I did my first coach jump. Everything went perfectly. I was able to dock with my coach and my landing was as good as it gets. Only 13 more jumps and I get my A License!Continue Reading →
Last Saturday was pretty eventful. I got to do a solo and a Hop & Pop. A Hop & Pop is where you simulate an emergency exit by jumping at 5,000 feet and deploying your chute within 5 seconds. I took a bit longer and from what I was told by a friend on the [...]Continue Reading →