4th grader to 4th grader, I’m pretty sure Kelly Sildaru could run circles around this future ski jumper – but competition isn’t what overcoming your fears is about. Personal competition with yourself… now that’s more like it.
What is the latest fear you personally have overcome?
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I'm becoming a super fan of theRSA.org – But don’t visit their website because it is atrocious. You can’t preach such amazingly inspiring ideas yet follow the exact same “paradigm of crappy web design”. My jingle.
Less than a week before we all Matty boy turn into “old balls” in an evening not soon to be forgotten. Below I have listed the information straight from Senor Brian who we all owe big time for this generous gift to Matt. We will be flying on the world’s fastest civilian aircraft in the sky… a Citation X.
Plane departs 5:30pm out of landmark at San Diego airport. You should all be there by 5:00pm if possible, 5:15pm at the latest. They will wait for you, but don’t be late as it will screw up their flight plan.
The pilots should only need to see your ID.
There will be catering on the plane, along with booze, water, pop, etc. Help yourselves to anything on there – even the small booze bottles in the bar area. You will have to serve yourself during the flight. Trays flip up along the wall between the seats. Feel free to move around and do that as soon as the seatbelt lights are off. You can also talk to the pilots at anytime during the flight – feel free to ask them anything during the flight – just walk up there and ask.
There will be a limo at Boeing field to take all of you to the party right from the airport. There is a bathroom in the terminal if someone needs to change, etc.
As far as I know half of you are staying at Pete’s and the other half at Matt’s. So I have the limo stopping at Pete’s at 12:30pm on Sunday, then going to Matt’s then dropping you off at the airport.
Try not to trash the plane too much :-)
Pilots don’t take tips, but if you can tip the ground crew ($10.00+ a head or so – usually 2-3 of them helping with luggage, etc) on both ends it is a good thing.
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March 20th, 2010 - By far one of the most relaxing experiences of all time.
If you jump at Vegas Extreme Skydiving – You want to jump with Brian Moler. Request him and tip large. Tell him the crazy skydiver from denver sent you.
RJ, Dan, Dave, Mike … What an amazing feeling and opportunity.
Thank you so much.