If you are a skydiver, ever made a jump, or simply aspire to make a skydive, this is the fable written for you.
Charles Sebastian Crow knew that there was much more to flight than simply flying to subsist. He set out to prove it, and in the process , forever changed the way his flock practiced flight.
Mike, again assuming the role of Doc, is somewhere in the Midwest right now, flying riders in his Jenny, writing the stories about his adventures and the people he meets one last summer, one more time. (Click "The Last Summer" link in the menu to access and download the first batch of chapters.)
What happens when a group of aging pilots and skydivers decide that they are too old to live by the rules anymore, and they gather together to jump and fly as they did as younsters? Read more on Amazon.
That's me sitting on the wing of my airplane at Southern Parachute Center at Hammond, Louisiana, in the mid-1960s. I got my start as a jump instructor and jump pilot there, and my experiences at SPC would set the tone for much of the rest of my life as a skydiver and pilot. The stories in this book are some of my best, and I know you will enjoy reading about what skydiving was like in those days.
Red Beans & Ripcords is the first book I self-published and is, by far, one of my most popular books-to-date. You can read more about it on Amazon here.
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