Hopefully, we can stop this at part 6.
I set my alarm for 6:30, but my kids woke me up before 6 anyway. I showered, kissed the family and drove to Byron.
|It looked so little like I expected I missed it the first time.|
|Maybe they throw you out the doors if you don't sign the waiver.|
There are tiny backpacks hung on the walls. They were so small, it took me a while to realize they were actually parachutes.
|I feel sorry for the guy who gets that yellow chute on the left.|
|They have a little disco ball in the back, too.|
|This is actually just one of three sets of procedures.|
|The chute pulls you in very uncomfortable places. On the plus side, I don't need a vasectomy.|
You go home.
I’m scheduled to go again on Sunday. So far, I’ve been prevented from jumping by hail and wind. Now I have a cold.
Perhaps it’s a sign…
|There is a rainbow in there if you look hard. Nature is like an abusive boyfriend, eh?|