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  1. Sad to post that Hubie passed in his sleep. "Bob was a proud member of the United States Parachute Association for over 40 years. One of Bob's greatest passions was his love of skydiving. He completed 3276 parachute jumps since he became involved in the sport in 1976. He was most proud of being known as "Quincy's Skydiving Santa". For nearly 40 years, Bob would parachute into Quincy dressed as Santa Claus, along with his skydiving elves." A memorial visitation service will be held Saturday, February 23, 2019, from 1-3 p.m. at Hamel-Lydon Chapel, 650 Hancock St., Quincy, MA. For more information and online condolences, please visit See obit at Blueskys Hubie, fly free An Elf
  2. Dear New England skydivers, It is with great sorrow that I post this. PT, a great skydiver, friend, and teamate has passed. He was a skydiving instructor at Jumptown in Orange,MA from 1997 until 2013. Calling hours will be Sunday, May 6, 2018 from 1-3 p.m. at Witty’s Funeral Home, 158 South Main Street, Orange, Massachusetts. A celebration of life will be held Sunday, May 6th at 3:30 p.m. at the King Phillip Restaurant, 35 State Road (Route 2A) in Phillipston. More info: Fly Free Brother! RIP P. Smurf
  3. Skydive Plum Island Update: Yahooo! This Saturday (7/25) is looking GREAT! Reminders: Please bring cash to pay for your jumps, NO registration fee, BBQ and more. Details; Plum Island Airport (2B2) 24 Plum Island Turnpike, Newbury, Massachusetts 01951 Confirmed for Saturday!, July 25, 2015 (July 26th rain date) Helicopter (R-66 turbine) – 10:00 a.m. to 2 pm Cessna 206 – 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. C-license minimum & USPA card Food & Merriment. Please....RSVP if u haven't yet, so we have enough food Thanx! P. Smurf & Butch
  4. Plum Island Airport (2B2) 24 Plum Island Turnpike, Newbury, Massachusetts 01951 Confirmed for Saturday!, July 25, 2015 (July 26th rain date) Helicopter (R-66 turbine) – 10:00 a.m. to 2 pm Cessna 206 – 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. C-license minimum & USPA card Food & Merriment RSVP…..please.
  5. Skydiver, rigger, pilot, friend, and much more passed away yesterday at the age of 60. We'll miss ya buddy! Fly Free.... P. Smurf
  6. Skydive New England, Lebanon, Maine - TIKI Bar - Labor Day weekend, beginning of Sept. (Aug 30,31, Sept. 1 this year). Check them out on Facebook or their web page. Blueskys! P. Smurf
  7. GREAT video of last years TIKI Bar boogie at and the best parts are never on video Peace
  8. Yiha! We will be doing 40-ways (belly) at Skydive New England's amazing TIKI Bar Boogie, during the afternoon's of August 30th and 31st (Saturday and Sunday). Message me (recommended) or find me at TIKI, if interested. Don't snooze. Love & Hugs!!! P. Smurf
  9. Thanx! for the tip. The manual I have is similar to the scan titled "DactylManual", but mine is complete. The file "Dactlyl Manual" is missing pages including "Brief History And Development of Parawing (Paradactyl)" and "Interesting Facts about the Paradactyl "- page 2; and "Easy Steps to closing your Razzor-Back" (pages 19 & 20). Also it's missing the back inside cover whch lists all the dactyl dealers in 1976 and the back cover picture of Jim Handbury and his 4-man team over Tahlequah
  10. Howdy, Thanx! to David Hersey, I have a PI custom paradactyl by Jim Handbury & owners manual.
  11. Blueskys!!! Eddie. The best. Obit. in today's Boston Globe. or
  12. Yahoooo !!! Make sure you stop by the top of the hill in la-la land. Garbage bags are optional.
  13. You forgot about this one too; Collisions between skydivers and airplanes don’t always favor the machine, however. On Nov. 21, 1993, a freefalling jumper collided with a Piper PA-28-161 Cherokee at 5,700 feet msl, crushing its vertical stabilizer. The parachutist survived the impact, only to witness the crippled airplane spiraling out of control. All four people on board died when the aircraft struck terrain. The Cherokee had departed Red Hook, N.Y., at 1 p.m., destined for Bedford, Mass. About an hour into the flight, the aircraft was passing over Northampton Airport in Northampton, Mass. Above and ahead of the Cherokee, the pilot of a Cessna 210 with five parachutists on board had just issued a “one minute to jump” advisory to Bradley Approach Control, which ATC relayed to all aircraft on the approach frequency. The Cessna pilot also transmitted the same announcement on the Northampton common traffic advisory frequency (CTAF). The Bradley Approach controller failed to warn the Cessna pilot of a VFR target in the vicinity of the jump airplane.
  14. The funeral is 11 am, Friday, January 14, 2011 at St. Francis in Dracut, MA. No wake. An amazing individual, who will be missed by all who knew him. Huge heart, and one of the best storytellers ever. We will have more than a few around the fire for him. fly free brother Papa
  15. One of the best memorial videos you will ever see. The tandem is David's sister. Blueskys!!! Dave Love & Hugs !!! to all