Girls Get “High” in Hawaii

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The small round light turned green, the plane decreased speed to the point of hover (or so it seemed), and the bottom of the garage-like metal door began to creak its slow, ominous rise.  Strapped into my tandem jumpmaster as snuggly as I would allow without dinner and a movie, there was no turning back now.

Read Girls Get “High” in Hawaii in Travel Girl Magazine, October 1, 2013

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  1. WOW! This gives a new meaning to “getting high.” You are one brave lady~
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  2. We jumped (dove, dived?) in Australia last year. Really glad I tried it, and liked it enough, but don’t feel the strong need to do it again.
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  3. Yeeeeehaawww! That looks too amazing not to try. I’m going to do it when my daughter is 18 or so and I can relax a little bit about dying early. I know the chance is so small, but come on… it’s still there. I notice as I age I’m getting less and less risky. But I think we reach a point where, around 60 or so we say, ahhh, what the heck? I’ve lived life. It’s going to be this, cancer, or a heart attack, what the heck. Let’s do this! You picked a great place to do it too – that whole northwest shore is pure amazing. I’m assuming you did this at Dillingham – right? Aloha! Thanks!
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    • luggageandlipstick says:

      I know what you mean, Vern. I was always a daredevil — until my two kids were born, and then I had risk-aversion until they reached 18. It’s been good to let loose and do some exciting things again! If you’re going to skydive, I highly recommend someplace where the view will be amazing, like the north shore of Hawaii!

  4. I totally share that “The kids are launched” feeling that it would sad if I expired now, but not a tragedy. Having said that, I have no zero desire to jump out of an airplane although I’ve flown on some potentially dodgy airlines — without a parachute.
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