Ryan Nelson 1st Skydiving Jump
May 8, 2008 at Eloy, AZ
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Newsletter for members of
SLAC - May, 2008
Special for Pilots Articles of particular interest to pilots
Seattle Paragliding This is a newly designed website.
West Coast Paragliding Adventures on YouTube video
Riding the Winds-Paragliding Pictorial Basics at a glance An excellent pictorial Enlarge to view (Click on Pictorial)
Courtesy of Marc Chirico, Founder of Seattle Paragliding
· Cockpit Views of Military Planes Courtesy of member Bob Walch
what oil will buy Photos of Sultan of Bruneis private jet.
Courtesy of members Dick OBrien and Paul Glaser
- Neat photo
presentation of a vintage J3 flying from California to Lock Haven, Pa. then on
to Oshkosh before returning to California. Nothing like the view out of
the open door of a J3 from pattern altitude. Courtesy of Van Klompenburg
Worlds Largest Helicopter Courtesy of
Passes (Video 2.7 mb) Military planes
making low passes. Courtesy of member Dan Kiely
How and Idiot Props a Plane Courtesy of member Gene Evans
Aircraft Photos (4.0 mb) 46 beautiful photos
of Biplanes and Triplanes.
Courtesy of member Bob Walch
Harold Thomass new plane Harold received his new CTS (Carbon Tech Short Wing Light
Sport Aircraft) this month. It has an
all glass panel - N9922P
Tailstrike (Video 3.0 mb) A-380 dragging tail on take-off. Courtesy of member Bob Earl
Region 5 North Soaring
Championships Perry, SC (Slides) 75 aircraft
Great Photos Courtesy of member Gene Evans
Emma Maersk (9 Photos) Huge cargo ship built in Denmark for the
Courtesy of member Clif Rosch and Richard Peak
Lights and Antartica Waves Northern lights over Yellowknife
Gun Vault 1600
square foot gun vault.
for the Second Amendment - Battle Hymn of the Republic - If you missed hearing the US Army
Band and Chorus welcome Pope Benedict XVI at the White House Rose Garden
ceremony on 15 April, get a load of these high school kids. One of the
fathers recorded it, added some graphic enhancements to the recording, and
posted it on the web. The song, of course, is the 'Battle Hymn Of The
It will send a few shivers up your spine - Courtesy of member Gary Vacin
Fuel (Video 3.1 mb) Just what we need. Water
replacing gasoline Courtesy of member Dick OBrien
Quotes Some mighty interesting quotes Courtesy of member Dan
Young (Slides .4 mb) Courtesy of member Harold
Fast Food (Slides 2.5 mb) How would you
like this kind of buffet? Welcome to the Olympics
Courtesy of members Gene Evans and Richard Peak
Theft Ingenious method to get to your bank account from an ATM Courtesy
of member Gene Evans
Men Die Younger than Women Courtesy of member Gene
from Space (1.7 mb) Some of these photos
are digitally composed but still spectacular.
Courtesy of member John Ryan
Icebergs In Antarctica. Courtesy of Snopes
Astaire & Eleanor Powell (Video 3.3 mb) - The year: 1940
(68 years ago). The narrator is Frank Sinatra.
It was filmed in ONE unedited camera take. It is considered by many as the best dance scene ever filmed.
Courtesy of member Gene Evans.
Dirt Roads - This reminds
me of growing up. How was I so lucky? Some of
you may have never experienced dirt roads but they were the best! Courtesy of member Harold Thomas
Walk Among Us Courtesy of member Gene Evans
Bowler Bowls 300 game at age 78 and blind. Wow!! Courtesy of member Bob Earl
Dog (YouTube Video) Unbelievable. Courtesy of member Gene Evans
Some great tips; food, around the house, etc. Courtesy of member Gene Evans
to a technician in India Entanglement.
Courtesy of member Gary Vacin
Be careful when walking around the desert Courtesy of member Ruth Pew
Land (Slide show 1.7 mb) We published an article on Dubai back
in February, however this slide show is much more interesting. Shows where your gas and oil money is going.
Courtesy of member Richard Peak
in the Barn? (1.1 mb) How would you like to
buy property with a barn like this on it?
This story is only partially true. The photos are accurate, however take a look at the real story - Cars in Barn Courtesy of member Dan Bott
Best Buy return item
policy Their return policy includes a 15% fee on certain
items that can be used for two weeks and then returned. Before you condemn Best Buy, read the
you want to be a Cowboy? (Video 2.1 mb)
Courtesy of member Harold Thomas
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