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  1. Thanks for sharing, Jarno!
  2. Hi there VSG, I live and work in London. I work close to Hampstead Heath and Camden (both suggested in previous posts) so I'd be happy to have lunch with you one day, if you're in the area. Yes, London Skydivers still happens once a month and I'm not sure when we are going to have it in December, although it does tend to be earlier than usual in December. Once we've figured that one out, I'll let you know! It would be great to have you along.
  3. What he said! Having said that.. I moved to a Spectre 170, which has less forward glide than a 9 cell ZP canopy. Do a few hop n pops on the new canopy and open high. This will give you an opportunity to do some practise flares and have a play with the canopy before having to land it. Good luck and have fun! xx Sarah
  4. London Skydivers drinks is tomorrow night at the Montagu Pyke. Hope to see you all there. xx Sarah
  5. Just a reminder that it's London Skydivers Drinks again this Thursday. I'm working to secure a venue and will let you know once I've got that sorted. Hope to see you all there. xx Sarah
  6. Well done and keep at it, you certainly sound like you're enjoying yourself! I just looked at your photos and I love number 29.. you should use it as you avatar! Welcome to our world...
  7. Hi there Zagor. Congrats on your first jump and good luck with AFF. I have to say that a motorbike mask is a fab idea in winter to keep the cold air off your face, but you will definately find that the more you jump the more you will relax and the more you feel able to breathe normally. Skydiving does not hinder breathing at all, I know it can feel that way at first and there is a lot going on and I understand you wanting to minimise the stress, but I truly think that in the long run you will be better off doing your AFF without a motorbike mask. Tell your instructors about your problem and ask them to remind you to go through breathing excercises in the plane. My AFF instructor did and I breathe very deeply after about 10,000 feet to ensure I'm getting enough oxygen and to keep myself as calm as possible. Most importantly.. smile and relax as much as you can! I hope this helps! Let us know how you get on. xx Sarah
  8. Bump, hi everybody. This is happening this Thursday again in the same venue. Hopefully see you there! xx
  9. Hi everybody, I hope you don't mind me posting this here. A colleague of mine has been training for this marathon for the last nine months and is a month away from completing it. He has shown an enormous amount of dedication to this and has never done anything like this before. I have recently sponsored him and seen that he has not managed to raise much in the way of donations. If you feel so inclined, please feel free to sponsor his cause. Many thanks Sarah xx
  10. Hi Everybody, this is tomorrow and will be at the Curzon Cinema (93-107 Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London W1D 5DY, Tel: 020 7439 4805) from around 6pm ish. An area has been booked for us so if you go downstairs and ask for London Skydivers at the bar then we should all find each other! See you there! xx Sarah
  11. Bump! We will be gathering again this week, on Thursday, I'm not sure where yet, but once I've figured that out, I'll post it on here! xx Sarah
  12. What a great post, your enthusiasm put a smile on my dial! Welcome to our wonderful sport and all the wonderful things it has to offer (warning, it's addictive and it just keeps on getting better!) xx Sarah