0
Skydiving Magazine COVER Page

Skydiving Magazine

 
Skydiving Magazine
FULL PAGE ADVERTISERS
How YOU Can Advertise
In This Magazine

COVER

Skydiving Magazine



 

Going Skydiving? Don't Forget to Get the T-Shirt!
Although going skydiving is sure to leave you with memories to last a lifetime (some may be good, some not so good), nothing says "I've been skydiving and lived to tell about it" like a t-shirt from the skydiving adventure. Sure, you could take the easy way out and just buy the shirt, and make people think you've experienced the ultimate thrill of jumping from a plane, but how shameful is that? If you're going to wear the t-shirt, then you better have one heck of a great story to back it up. (Other than "I bought it off eBay.")

If I Went Sky Diving
If I went sky diving, where would I like to go? Wait, if I went sky diving, first I'd need to go for sky diving lessons. I do not have the foggiest idea about parachutes, harnesses or altimeters. Should I start with tandem sky diving or should I attempt accelerated freefalling? Perhaps I should begin in a sky diving simulator. All of these terms are popping up at me but I haven't a clue. Yes, if I went sky diving, I'd certainly need some very basic instruction. I would probably register with a sky diving center where I am guaranteed to receive instruction from experienced and certified individuals. I would also be taught about the appropriate gear needed for my jump, and in stead of running out and buying all new equipment I could rent the items I needed.

Getting Married? Consider Saying "I Do" While Freefalling at 120 mph!
Getting married is an adventure all in itself. There is so much to think about and so many details to cover before the big event. Where to hold the ceremony, the dress, the catering, how many to invite...and sometimes it can be a bit overwhelming for the bride and groom. Simply put, this is the primary reason many couples choose to elope and exchange their vows in a private ceremony. Maybe you are looking for a change or something that hasn't been done by anyone you know. But if you and your soon-to-be spouse are adventurous and want a wedding that is sure to be different from the next guy's, then consider exchanging vows thousands of feet in the air while free-falling at 120 mph. After all, love's got you feeling like you're floating or head over heels. Really, what can possibly top an experience like that?


FULL PAGE ADVERTISERS




 

FULL PAGE ADVERTISERS

 


 
       

Skydiving Magazine COVER PAGE Issue V-338


Skydiving Magazine COVER Page

Skydiving Magazine

Skydiving Magazine - COPYRIGHT - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED