Monday, July 7, 2014

been 3 months...

...since I last flew.
86,95,70, .05",B

5 comments:

Steve said...

You either have the right stuff or you don't.

If not, leave well enough alone.

Larry G said...

Seems like one of your commenters provided a link to an article that said a bare minimum of 25 flight hours with an instructor were recommended -and some folks might need even more before they hit their comfort zone.

Also, have read that some folks might need a wheeled trike - not all bodies are up to all that weight on the landings at first. You look like a pretty skinny guy to me.

Perhaps you need to associate with a club or group for a while to get to that comfort zone as a solo flyer.

time on task with others, if that is an option, works for some difficult things. If you have close enough paragliding events/meets... etc...

or get another instructor out to your place... two steps forward, one step back and all that rot!

you can do it!






mike said...

no guts no glory lol

Mark Watson said...

Remember to keep the number of succesfull take-offs equal to the number of succesfull landings

zak said...

Old notice to USAF pilots... Flying is optional, landing is mandatory!