Stephen Hicks – Completed AFF James Gentle – Completed AFF
Newsletter time again. It’s Monday 6th November. It was a great little day. Tandems today were Dannielle Drake and Matt Zuccaro. Student Ekrem Denmircan did Stage 1 of his AFF Course, Stephens Hicks did Stage 4 and Thomas Yeo completed Stage 5. There were a few fun jumpers here. Shelby was busy with her B-Rels.
Tuesday was a bit busier. Ekrem did Stages 2, 3 & 4 of his AFF Course and Steve did Stages 5, 6 & 7. Again our fun jumpers kept Marj in the air.
Wednesday slowed a little. Ekrem did Stage 5 of his AFF Course and Steve did Stage 8.
On ThursdayRoger was here with new student Ben Hespe who did Stages 1 & 2 of his Wind Tunnel Skydiving Course. Ekrem continued on with Stages 6 & 7. Steve Hicks did Stage 9 – completing his AFF. Well done! Shelby was back. So was Doug Pryor, warming up for some big way action at Moruya.
Friday was a non-event. The weather was windy and overcast – not good for skydiving. Saturday wasn’t much better. The weather again was bad. There was no student jumping and only 2 loads of experienced jumpers got a couple of loads in before lunch. And that was it for the day.
Sunday was better weather. There were half a dozen keen students getting stuck into it. Plus four people were here for a tandem. Bianca Shaw, Tayla MacIntosh, Luke Radley, and Sharon Sheppeard. Jared Eppelstun did Stages 1, 2, & 3 of his AFF Course. Ekrem did Stage 8 and James Gentle did Stages 8 & 9 – completing his AFF, congratulations!
It was a good week overall. There are some beaut photos. It’s always good to see new jumpers finishing their formal training and watching the “intermediates” progressing.
Macca and the Team at Ramblers.
Visitor Book Comments
Sharon Sheppeard – Amazing tandem. The view and freefall was a great buzz. Lady Sara made me feel safe. Thank you awesome!! Made me feel like a bird.
I have been to Toogoolawah for 3 tandem jumps so far. I am trying to make it a yearly event. I love the atmosphere out there in the bush, with the kangaroos around.