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17. High Above (Week 6)

“Flying is the second greatest thrill known to man…. Landing is the first!”   ~ Anonymous ~

1920’s to 1940’s biplanes take off from the grassy runway and then fly in formation during the Flying Circus Airshow in Bealeton, Virginia, while back on the ground, the day’s announcer holds his straw hat high above his head to see them off. 188 more words

52 Week Photo Challenge

Win Tickets to See Parachute

Listen evenings to Dana McKay for your chance to win a pair of tickets to see Parachute on Sept. 13 at the 9:30 Club.

Tickets are on sale now through Ticketfly.com and the 9:30 Club box office — but win your way in all week by calling 877-947-0947 when you hear the cue to call. 6 more words

94.7 Fresh Fm

Skydiving 101: The 30 thoughts I had during my first jump

Recently, I had the opportunity to mark skydiving off of my bucket list – the following are about 30 thoughts I had during this adventure. 333 more words

Travel

Preview du EP "Live from Minneapolis" de Parachute

Le prochain EP Live From Minneapolis de Parachute sera disponible sur les dates du Meant To Be Tour qui aura lieu cet automne aux Etats-Unis, mais il sera possible de l’acheter plus tard en ligne, donc patience!

The Very Definition of "The Spins": Paratrooper's Line Fails During Training Jump

Remember back when you were growing up, guys (girls too, maybe?)… you wanted nothing more than to be a soldier of some sort. And you most likely wanted to be one of those brave men (and women!) who jump out of airplanes into enemy territory to save the day. 125 more words

Shows

Red Devils Sky-Dive Into Rodney Parade Newport As Part Of The NATO Celebrations

Red Devils Sky-Dive Into Rodney Parade, Newport, As Part Of The NATO Celebrations

As part of the NATO celebrations in Newport, south Wales, the Red Devils sky-dived into Rodney Parade to hand over the match ball to the referee for the Newport County v Burton Albion game. 83 more words

Photography

"Of course it will" and Jameson's first gymboree class

Today I was standing on my floor waiting for the elevator, holding a squirmy Jameson in one hand, his sippy cup and keys in another while trying to balance his diaper bag on my shoulder. 543 more words