VERY high-flow oxygen!
VERY high-flow oxygen!
By popular demand (Darren H!) here is a link to a video of me and my Old Man having the best time EVER! With a wind-spped around 150mph, it certainly clears the tubes.
Unfortunately, I cant work out how to use my video-editing thingy, so its quite long, however we appear in the video at around3:15 to 5:45, 22:30 and 25:00minutes. I'm the poor old dear in the red hat and shoes. (I'm struggling a bit as I had a stiff shoulder and couldnt get my arms in the right position to achieve full lift off)!
We will be having another go at this very soon! I just want to show that it IS possble to still have a life with this condition.
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hi thanks so much for that, its great to see you looking so happy, not that it takes 150mph wind to make you smile,, cronik cluster and your flying with a smile, wow, after the hardship youve bin through your now an inspiration to others, will look for ward to the next one,
so chers is there any of you want to share a good story, some thing to warm the heart or challange the spirit,
well done for pointing out yes we still can live a life and fight the beast all the way,,
have fun one and all, d
Wow....don't fancy that myself....whatever it actually is, but how amazing....
hi its a wind tunnel to try skydiveing, would love to see me and pete in there,, yes and you, good way to blow the cluster cob webs away,, just look at miss k smile that could be you, why not?? some say best time ever,,
a change as good as a rest comes to mind, if not soon but one day,,
keep smileing d
Its called Bodyflight.We zipped down the M1 to Bedford to do it.
We saw the Lovely Professor Brian Cox doing it on one of his Worthy and Educational programes and Darryl said "Wow, I'd love to try that". So when it came to a memorable 50th birthday gift for him..........
I bought a couples voucher as I rather fancied it myself (and hoped to bump into the Lovely Professor), and have to say that its the most adrenaline high I've has since Bucks Fizz won Eurovision!
Its really quite safe and I had the bonus of being manhandled into position by a rather niceyoungman. (Which at my age is worth the entrance fee on its own).
Planning on doing it again in the summer!!
Well Darren, it isn't for me AT ALL so don't get ideas. Pete however, says that while he wouldn't jump out of a plane, that looks fantastic and he would do it. Personally I spend my life trying to avoid adrenalin rushes, I'm happy with calm fun and lots of laughs!
hi if petes up for it so am i, ch road trip in the offing? its only 7o milesish,, we could be the flying clusters,,,, d
I'm like Harriet, I'm happy on terra firma the most adrenaline rush I get these days is watching some other silly so and so doing something that would scare me rigid!
Interestingly though, on days when I am ultra busy and the adrenaline is flowing, the beast gets out of the way, but as soon as the situation/busy bit is over I get absolutely hammered by an attack! However taking adrenaline tablets is not the answer to CH, too much adrenaline will kill you!