In true mid-west tradition weather played a role in all the decisions and locations to fly. My first flight with two other people in Garden Plain, KS we battled the rolling fog which came in as fast as it rolled out. I was fortunate to also get to fly in Iola, KS where my buddy
While I was in Oklahoma, I connected with Dr. Jeffrey Miller who is going on a five-day medical mission to a small village called Nueva Esperanza (New Hope) just outside of Guatemala City. We will be servicing a local orphanage Semillas de Esperanza (Seeds of Hope) where he will be seeing around 100 children. He
Thank You Apex Powered Paragliding and Justin Booher for their generous donation and Sponsorship to help with Paramotor fuel costs. It’s been an absolute honor to fly with everyone from Oklahoma.
Thank You Apex Powered Paragliding and Justin Booher for their generous donation and Sponsorship to help with Paramotor fuel costs. It’s been an absolute honor to fly with everyone from Oklahoma. #paramotors #paramotor #paramotoring #poweredparagliding #paramotoradventures #paragliding #paraglidingworld #blackhawkparamotor #paramotornation #ppg #ppgsupply #bucketlist #ppgsmoke #motorschirm #motorschirmtrike #paratrike #powertrike #paramotortrike #paramoteur #actionsports #expedition #action #adrenalin #outdoors
Oklahoma hospitality. Thank You to the Tap Room 223 at the Stable Cafe for their hospitality and great food in Guthrie Oklahoma. When you make it to this part of the country be sure to stop here for a drink and some dinner. @ Tap Room 223 at the Stables Cafe’
Thank You, Corey and Bryan, of Austin Paramotor for having me at their training airfield. I’m now 20% complete with this being the 10th State. No doubt, the drive from Albuquerque was long, but I was greeted with this moon 90 miles from Austin Texas after a 13-hour drive and stopped in Lampases at a
TARYN IVIE made a $50 donation in recognition of the 50 x Challenge goal to raise money for charity in each state. The donation for the state of Idaho went to their local Senior Citizens Center in Ashton.
It’s been a busy few days since leaving Moab. After heading south, then east I entered Colorado and was able to fly at a local airport in the town of Cortez. The local airport manager and his team will kind enough to capture my flight to complete Colorado. From there I continued an and found
I arrived on Saturday morning at my buddy Andrew’s place in Moab. After his radio show for two hours on which he was kind enough to have me join, we had lunch before he took me on a UTV tour. Today I flew Castleton Tower and had an absolute blast. Be sure to check out