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  1. I agree with baronn, Skydive AZ has plenty of camping spot's. I did a tandem there last March and took my 40 foot 5th wheel down on Friday night, hooked her up, jumped that Saturday afternoon and head out Saturday Evening. Again, if you want to keep it there, I am sure you could. Just give manifest a call and see what they have to offer.
  2. I would like some feedback on anyone who has or is jumping the IPT Axon 210 or 230. Are you happy with your purchase, how it opens, and how are the flares? Any information that you have is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Greg
  3. Hey Rob, Are you committed to going to Z-Hills? If not, have you given any thought about Skydive Arizona in Eloy? I know that they routinely have a Hot Air Balloon in the Winter/Spring months. Just an option if you are not committed to Florida. Cheers, Greg
  4. Thanks for the video link, probably won't be purchasing a Racer!!
  5. Is Jump Shack still in business and producing Racer containers? In the mid 90's I had a Racer(NOS) and back in Indiana, a lot of the jumpers used the Racer containers. Fast Forward, I have been out of the sport for many years and am getting ready to start again. I will be jumping at Skydive AZ but I have noticed all other manufactures are represented but I have not seen any Racer containers being used. Any reason why? Thank you in advance for any information you might have on this subject. Greg
  6. I was skydiving back in the early 90's and stopped skydiving in 97. Logged 58 jumps. Started off with Static Line, but then transitioned to AFF, which really helped. I seemed to always be nervous. I agree with another's post, Fear is a good thing, if you don't have some fear, you become complacent, and to me, that is dangerous. Now that we have the internet and youtube, you can learn a lot from there. When I was jumping, we didn't have that available, let alone Forums like this. Here is a quote that I remember being in a book I bought when I was skydiving: It's all right to have butterflies in your stomach. Just train them to fly in formation. Blue Skies and never stop learning!!