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Site regulation Sierra Nevada Style

Postby Chris McKeon » Wed Jan 24, 2024 7:29 pm

To Fly, first We must find somewhere to Launch from. I for one love unregulated launches. I mean I simply love to Go up to a site such as Wolf's Peak. For it would be doubtful that You would come across another Person there. But if You did, there would not be some Joker running a Comision, making Money charging Pilots a Commission for allowing Pilots Permision so that the Pilots could Fly. If You did run across another Person, Doubtful that You Would run across another Person up there. I have only Launched from Wolfs Peak Three Times. Not unless You took a drilling and had to mediately Land, there is not a Problem Landing. For Wolf's Peak Like almost all the Sites in the Sierra Nevada is a cross Country Site. If You were to see someone up at Wolf's Peak. I bet if You asked them if the site was regulated by USHPA? I Emagine the response would be something Lije: Regulated, USHPA. What, Who?
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Re: Site regulation Sierra Nevada Style

Postby Chris McKeon » Fri Jan 26, 2024 9:58 pm

I find Myself thinking of what else should I think about? I have been thinking about Flights that I have had at a couple of Sites up at the Sierras Sites such as Cloud Buster, and Sonora Pass. I believe that Pretty Much any site that a Pilot Launches from up along the Sierra Mountains a Pilot Providing that They have chosen the Rite Day to Fly will Be rewarded with Great Flights where The Pilot will Get High and then can Go Far. The way I see y Self. As I continually seem to get Better. Yes I am all the time getting back to being My Pre Pond-AB Normal self.
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Re: Site regulation Sierra Nevada Style

Postby Chris McKeon » Thu Feb 01, 2024 5:01 pm

OK I will Comment a little more regarding sites up in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. There are numerous Launches up in the Sierra's. I have just commented on One Site that is a great Place to Launch, the Launch is called Wolf's Peak. It is cool that Bob has showed interest in going up too Wolfs Peak with Me, after I have begun to Fly again, I am concerned though that Bob will not know what to do with Himself. For there will be No one up there to give Him a hard time. I personally love Wolfs Peak, and other Sites that are located up on the Serria <mountain Range. There are numerous un-regulated sites up in the Sierra's, we will have what happens when We go up there and Fly. It seems to have been True every time that I have Launched and Flown up in the Sierras. I had High adventure up in the High Sierras.
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Re: Site regulation Sierra Nevada Style

Postby Chris McKeon » Thu Feb 22, 2024 8:53 pm

Well, here I am putting up another TBI, Predator Post. OK cut Me some slack for 14 Years ago I had an unrecoverable Injury. That Injury was a TBI. If You study TBI's You will Find that currently, and almost for sure there is no future recovery from a Person having had a TBI. But then again, remember that I did indeed have a Traumatic Brain Injury. So, for those of You Who have an undamaged Brain. Well, those of You who have not had a TBI. You should not read what I have Typed.

In spite of My TBI Brain Damaged ramblings. I still maintain hope of regaining My Former "Abnormal Self". Please take note. For Me being Abnormal, Abnormal. is My "Normal".



TBI Flying Thoughts:

Ok I really do not know when I will Fly again. I do not know if I will finally get Myself down to Dockweiler to do some Goon-Duning during the last Days of July. But heck I am thinking about it. I know that Bob is most likely thinking to Himself something such as Yea "I will believe it when I see it".

Speaking of Bob. I have talked to Bob about Flying Wolf's Peak, and Bob has showed interest in going up to Wolf's Peak. Where He could Fly His Glider. I am worried though about Bob venturing too far from His known Established Costal sites. Sites such as Dockweiler, and Torrey Pines. For the fact that Ther is not a private commission that Manages the site for Profit. There will not be a Person rooting around trying to Milk Pilots out of their Money, or to control Who launches from the site Due to the Power of USHGPA Organization. I can just see it now; Bob stumbling around all upset and dismayed that there will be no one to hassle Him. Heck If it is Like it was when Scott Hueber and I were there when Scott and I Launched from Wolf's Peak Launch. So, this time it very well Might be that There will be no one else there. Sorry Bob, you will be on Your own.
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Re: Site regulation Sierra Nevada Style

Postby Chris McKeon » Mon Mar 11, 2024 10:17 am

OK I am on the Cusp of when I return to Free-Flight. What an appropriate Term, Free Flight. For when I - We Fly We feel free. When I used to head up to say Cloud Buster or Wolf's Peak. I felt Freer and Freer the higher that We Would get up to launch, The Freer that I always felt. When and if Bob ever gets up to the Sierra's Where one can truly be Free. I do not know how Bob Will deal with all that Free - Flight Freedom.
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