Don't we all love spam? If only those early internet developers would
have anticipated the less savory side of humanity. But alas, I'm thankful
our electrons even find their way through the tangled web. Email is a
We strive to be a thorough source for information on foot launched
flight, primarily powered paragliding. Resources are periodically added to
make the site usable on its own, even without buying anything. Your
business is certainly appreciated.
Comments on materials presented here are welcome and do sometimes
get changed based on input from readers. Thick skin is part and parcel of
a writers job—being edited is the only way to improve quality! Yes, mom,
you too. Thanks.
This old technology still works. Barely. It may take me over a week to
go through the online drama of retrieving a fax but the number is 302-258-0341.
This works best: email@example.com with "FootFlyer" or something relevant in the subject line.
Google's spam filter rocks -- enough that I don't need any hoops to go
through. Look forward to hearing from
Flattered & Honored
Thanks so much to the Florida Powered Paragators who caught me completely
off guard at the Florida National Convention. They awarded me the "Above
and Beyond Award" for "Dedication to Promoting the Sport of Powered Paragliding."
honored, to say the least. Thanks guys!
In 2011 I was honored with the first "Goin Above and Beyond" award by David
Rogers at Beach Blast. That was really cool and I got a sharp looking
leather jacket, too. This was a real treat, needless to say, and I'm very
grateful. The award has also been given to Eric Dufour (2011) and Paul
EAA Timeless Voices Bio
In 2010 I was asked to be one of EAA's "Timeless Voices"
video series where they get pilots to talk about their aviation path and
life in general. That was easy—anyone that knows me knows I love
to talk so the hour long session was actually quite fun. I divulge a few things to my
parents that are obviously no longer secret, too, including a trip to the
high school principal's
office regarding buzzing. It was cool having my private license in the 11th
grade but caused some unnecessary consternation among faculty bigwigs.
Mostly, it's my aviation story from about age 11 on.