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  1. Good advice. Yeah, the Ranch, DUH, my bad.
  2. I'll be in Manhattan and will be free to jump June 21-23. I'm looking for a wingsuit friendly DZ. I'd normally go to Grave City, Pa to connect with a friend, but he'll be in Euro. Anyone other than Cross Keys I should consider? I'm willing to drive about 3 hours 1 way. Thanks Craig
  3. Other than Sunpath? I know most manufacturers current market a WS "specific" container, but from my limited research, most don't seem to be longer / narrower. Thank you. Craig
  4. kleggo

    Javelin Aurora

    Lucky you. I knew you must be talking about Moe as soon as I read your first paragraph. He is pretty picky about his zipper care. I've been using the main dbag lines lines next to the reserve container orientation for nearly 3 years with good success. just take care to ensure no lines are around the closing loop attachment point and you should be good to go. Craig BASE 93
  5. kleggo

    Javelin Aurora

    Interesting. Thanks for posting up the images. I'm considering buying a new rig JUST to have the main pud lower on my back for WS.
  6. kleggo

    Perris jet

    That would be nice. It's been > 15 years since I last jumped the jet and experienced the "safety briefing" by the flight attendants.
  7. Thanks for the input. Seems like the likely scenario
  8. Good point(s) I've been jumping since 81 and have ~ 9,000 aeroplane and 2,000 fixed object jumps. Another passion is road cycling. Racing is not very dangerous. Commuting in traffic is the most dangerous thing I do IMO. and Yes, Skydiving is a high risk activity where many of the risks can be mitigates, but it's still BLACK DEATH Dangerous. Don't fool yourself and think otherwise IMO. Cheers
  9. A friend was out there for an event and told me that there was a "big ol plane dropping jumpers". Chuckwalla is east of Indio CA and is a multipurpose desert racetrack and apparently an airport / DZ. I'm snooping around to find info so I might participate next time. Thanks Craig
  10. kleggo

    April 22-1992

    I missed being on that load by about 20 minutes. Was attending community college in El Cajon and a fundamentals of solids exam convinced me to stay in school a bit later than planned. Not real proud of it, but I chose to get back in my car and go home rather than staying blue skies. craig
  11. Celebrated Chef World Champion CReW Guy Bad A$$ Base Jumper Died in a climbing incident., 23 May 2018 Sigh https://www.stlmag.com/dining/chef-fio-antognini-dies-in-rock-climbing-accident-in-utah/
  12. kleggo

    Dan Rossi

    Blind Dan was an amazing guy. I knew him from both skydiving and car racing. He could listen to a car make a pass (drag strip) and hear some nuance that predicated catastrophic engine failure. He'd go tell the owner to take a break and check things out. The smart ones listened. The others paid $$$$$ CYA Danny.
  13. kleggo

    Womens world record announcement

    WOW Really dragging up an OLD thread here......................
  14. I've had nothing but good experiences @ Lodi.
  15. I recently heard a discussion of this artists work on RSUK. Apparently he takes images and then photoshops out "the rig" leaving an image of humans in the sky. Can you point me towards examples of his work? Thanks Craig