nolhtairt

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    Formation Skydiving
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  1. nolhtairt

    Halo Jump near Montana/Idaho/Washington?

    I don't know of any places that offer jumps that high. Your best bet is probably Davis, CA. It's west of Sacramento.
  2. nolhtairt

    US DZ operating Skyvan or Sherpa

    You're so cute.... I think it's 7 now. (but yeah, mostly used for military, and boogies) I just received notification that I'm talking out of my ass. That's 8 skyvans. Don't they lease a few out to other DZs for boogies?
  3. You'd be the ugliest drag queen ever, more than likely.
  4. You're welcome. I've alerted him to your query. If you don't hear from him this week, send me a PM with your email address and I'll forward it to him.
  5. I'm going to ask a friend who is a below knee amputee. Who knows, maybe he will get back on here to help you but its been years since he's been on here. He has had the osseo-integration surgery to have the prosthetic mounting hardware installed.
  6. nolhtairt

    When was the first 100 way?

    IIRC Buzz Ansley and his Dive Rite team completed a 200 way over Myrtle Beach, SC in 1992 or 1993. Just a fun fact. So much acrimony between Buzz and the established old school big way jumpers over his revolutionary (at the time) jump suits.
  7. nolhtairt

    amputee wanting to skydive

    There is another amputee skydiver in Texas (mx757 on here) who is a left arm amputee. There have been at least 20 amputees jumping at one time or another across the US. So, no reason you can't do it. Spaceland in Houston is a good place to start.
  8. nolhtairt

    Dan Rossi

    Sad news. Didn't the other blind skydiver that he jumped with years ago pass away too?
  9. nolhtairt

    Format

    Thank you for letting us know. I would eventually have been wondering why we no longer heard from him. His last post was on July 8, so I guess the timing makes sense. Not much you can do the last couple of weeks when suffering from what he had. Blue Skies Sinisa
  10. nolhtairt

    DZO to avoid working for

    It's not that we don't have the balls, it's that we don't care. Get out and find out for yourself. That's what most of us did. ETA: We also for the most part, try to avoid putting dirty laundry on the site. Sangiro doesn't like it as he has gotten calls from lawyers for certain individuals or dropzones because of comments made on here.
  11. nolhtairt

    DZO to avoid working for

    One would hope that a "professional skydive instructor" would recognise "a clapped out 182" and "old tandem gear", don't you think? He probably just doesn't want to go find out for himself.
  12. What she needs is an erection in her mouth just to shut her the hell up.
  13. Amusing part is there is no aviation noise shown anywhere around Longmont, nor the Gunbarrel CDP where the Grump lives. The closest one is the corridor that follows US36 and skims the Southern edge of Boulder. Sounds like it should be brought up to the lawyers for the drop zone... to use against CQS
  14. nolhtairt

    Cessna 182 interior re-do

    I hadn't thought of the regulations... Good tip. Plane modifications are regulated for safety reasons aren't they?
  15. nolhtairt

    Going to Austin 4/13-4/22

    There's a menu option at the top of the page titled "Dropzones", in between "News" and "Indoor". It should have all the DZs listed and where to find them.