squirrel

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    Skydive Elsinore
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    278
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    Freeflying
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    Freefall Photography
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  1. squirrel

    Pure Bliss....

    ahhhh, nice. sunday afternoon...nice. did the same thing...but no pics to prove it.
  2. when you are freeflying, head down, and go to your belly, you bet you feel the air slow you down, because it is doing just that.
  3. squirrel

    Dead Friends List

    i have lost over a dozen friends in this sport, but then again, i have lost many more to life in general. the older you get, the more people you know leave this world, it always has, and always will be.
  4. squirrel

    Will you stop driving if....

    i agree fully. not to blame packers, but the two reserve rides my wife has had have been on packers pack jobs, and she did know how to pack at the time. totally believe in self reliance, its amazing how fast something will get corrected when its your own fault.
  5. squirrel

    that guy...

    have the DZO or and instructor give him the "T.U.G. T.U.B talk" Take Up Golf or Take Up Bowling....before you kill yourself and.or someone else.
  6. i make small corrections as i land, for such things as crosswind conditions. however, as i remember my training, students are taught to get on a final approach and only flare upon landing. until you are know how much you can manipulate the toggles, just stick to getting the flare down. too much of the wrong type of a toggle input and you can really get hurt. practice canopy manuvers above your hard deck, or above 2000 feet. cheers!