I figure it is better than jumping out of a bad one!
I keep seeing people posting on Facebook about going sky diving. They usually talk about being afraid or saying "I have always wanted to but..." But what?? Get out and live!! I say the same thing "GO DO IT!" Until the first time I jumped I was the same way; I kept saying "I have always wanted to sky dive" so I put it on my list of 40 Things to do Before I was 40. My opportunity came when Crispin Cider hosted their first Crispin Adventure. It was the way to make the commitment to get it done. I did it and I loved it! I want to do it again. Because I wanted to do it again it is #7 on the list of 12 Things to do in 2012. I am looking for people to go with me on jump #2.
Questions I get asked?
Why did you jump out of a perfectly good airplane? I figure it is better than jumping out of a bad one! I wouldn't want to learn to jump out of a plane when it is going down, besides they usually do not have parachutes on board.
Were you scared? I have a slight fear of heights, but I never was scared. You go through a class and I did a tandem sky dive which meant you jumped with an expert. My jump master happened to teach the class, his name is Gene and he has over 6,600 jumps and is a pilot.
Is it expensive? It depends where you go. It is about $200. Worth every penny!!
Would you do it again? In a heart beat!
What was the best part? When you put your feet out the door of the plane and realize there is nothing below but sky for about 13,000 feet.
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