>I have seen two post today about AFF at Quincy. Some where I saw the
>number 4,600+ Skydivers were at Quincy last year. It really makes me
>wonder what that's like. How do they keep it safe?
>Exit Fast, Fly Smoothly, Dock Lightly, And Smile.
>James E. DePena
Only you can prevent forest fires.
Skydiving, on the whole, is going thru a growth period it has never known
The fore-runners of the sport, the advocates, businessmen and politicians of
skydiving are blazing trails; cutting a course which appears safe, but due
to the nature of the beast, is never known to be that.
You must feel confident of your limits and understand what your operating
In other words, you make it safe for yourself and for others. Don Kirlin
and his associates throw the largest skydiving boogie on Earth.
"I like to party, I love the nightlife"
Blue skies, soft landings,
- dead mike
Thus truth magically reveals itself in many forms, even today, to those with
eyes to see and hearts open to know.