Me and my dive watch at 13500ft

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    Member markrichardsonno9's Avatar
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    Me and my dive watch at 13500ft

    AMAZING experience , wish I could do it every week

    Shame you can not see my watch lol
    For those of you that are curious it was my 750T Pro !


    Mark
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    Re: Me and my dive watch at 13500ft

    That is amazing, especially that photograph

    When I read your post, I thought we were going to see you inside of a deep submersible. Skydiving takes more "you know whats" than I'll ever have. I'd go 13,500 ft down but not up. At least not without a good set of wings around me
    "The most beautiful objects are those built for purpose. Few things are more thrilling than the unrestrained use of tools most have mistaken for luxuries" -unknown

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    Re: Me and my dive watch at 13500ft

    Very Mark!!!!! :thanks for sharing!!!!!!

    Stephen

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    Re: Me and my dive watch at 13500ft

    That is a FRIEKIN' AWESOME SHOT
    Best Regards,
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    Re: Me and my dive watch at 13500ft

    Great shot! Gives yet another meaning to the old slogan "Fly United".

    Thought of trying it years ago, had a buddy talked into it, said set it up. He called back a couple hours later. "You know that thing we were talkin' about? I don't know WTF I was thinking, I'm not gonna do that!". Glad it was him first (would'a been me soon after ).

    Reminds me of something I read in Playboy I think, about 20 years ago. Paraphrasing (memory can't do verbatim from that distance). "There is a mountain valley in California that is particularly popular with climbers, hang gliders and sky divers. On any given Sunday, you can see the sky diver, who looks down at the hang glider, who looks over at the climber, who looks up at the sky diver. Each mutters to himself... that son of a b----- is crazy".
    Regards, T Bone.

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