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The Ozone Delta from Ozone Films on Vimeo.
Mt. Woodside B.C. Paragliding from Gerry LaMarsh on Vimeo.
Ozone Mantra R10.2 from Brett Hazlett on Vimeo.
Biff and Brad Do Denver, CO from Kevin Ault on Vimeo.
If anybody could secure a flying site for the rest of their lives it would be you and Colleen! Congratulations! They will be pushing you off of Woodside when you are 90 and in a wheelchair, I am sure - Justin
Othar Lawrence "throws down" over Colorado.
OJ is a Red Bull Team Member!
Kelly Rand launching a Presta at Woodside on Feb 11, 2002.
Kelly landed at Bill Best's field with a big grin. Note the snow is two feet deep at launch still!
Jim Reich at Jocotepec Mexico, January 24, 2002 on a Presta. Launched at noon and climbed out quickly with a turkey vulture before top landing to drive down to retrieve the rest of the pilots.
Joco launch is one of the smallest launch sites I have seen, but the view is amazing and worth the trip.
Greg Hemingway at San Marcos, Mexico, January 19, 2002. Launched at 5:00 pm on the Presta and flew for a while before top landing to swap back to his Octane Small to do some SATs.
Greg is the little spec in the clouds, the lower glider is a local pilot on an Advance glider who never got up!
Allan Dickey and Ian Johnston soaring in front of Woodside Nov 27, 2000.
Allan and I landed near Agassiz, unable to penetrate to the LZ before it got dark!
Lars Taylor launches his Allegra for his first Chelan Butte flight!
That is Arlana running after him as she pushes him off launch.
Mike Smith, WA pilot launches his canoe at the Womens Fly In 2000.
Great flight with some interesting yawing action at the LZ during the S turns!
Colleen at Saddle Mtn., WA - Fall 1998, at the Women's Fly-In, first pilot off the hill!
APCO Prima 24. Photo by Murdoch Hughes.
Cow at Saddle Mtn., WA - Fall 1998, at the Women's Fly-In, Paul Bonneau, Seattle based PG pilot.
Check out the nipples! Photo by Murdoch Hughes.
Too Windy at Whidbey - I tried to launch my tandem with Colleen with the help of two big guys ballasting me, we all went up and landed in a dog-pile.
I waited for a few minutes and then took Colleen's new Santana (small) glider for a flight.
I was about 45 lbs over the placarded weight range and was able to soar quite nicely on the Santana.
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