I like to build websites, specializing in handwritten WordPress Themes. I also sell custom off-road parts for the H3 Hummer. But my real job is skydiving. Literally jumping out of airplanes for money. Anyway, Skydiving, H3 Hummer stuff, and WordPress is pretty much what this website is about.
H3 Hummer Parts
It all began with a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee that I modified to fit 31-inch tires. After that, it was all downhill after that. Eventually, I built an off-road beast. I enjoyed that Grand Cherokee, but I had the spec sheet of an H3 Hummer. While my H3 is not going to perform off-road as well as that Jeep. That Jeep will never ride as nice as the Hummer on-road. I sold that Jeep, purchased the H3 Hummer, and needed some basic parts for the trails. I started off with a set of rock sliders (rocker panel protection) and then just kept designing the next part I wanted.
Then there is the CB / Hi-Lift / Shovel / Bottle Opener custom adjustable height tire carrier I’m working on. Working on load leveling air bag suspension system. Also, I have this leveling platform I’ve been thinking about, so I can fold down the seats and slide a mattress in the back. With the mattress and leveling platform I would have an impromptu light weight overlanding idea of sorts. Finally, I got some over-kill heavy-duty tie-rods that are on the back burner. Trying to avoid some difficulties for the installation of that tie-rod system.
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I jump out of “Perfectly Good Airplanes.” Mostly, I’m taking people on their first skydive. But now and then I also get to fun jump too. I also teach students how to skydive, signing-off on their A-license requirements. Sometimes, I join people on their first skydive and shoot photos and videos for them. While falling at 120mph, I fly up in front of the tandem student and start playing with them. Typically I start by trying to get them to high-five. Next, I try to get the tandem student to hold onto my ankles and spinning them around, and I like to finish up by playing rock paper scissors right before pull time. Watching their faces light up with excitement is so much fun.
However, there is more to Skydiving than making money. Check out these fun jumping videos!