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Terribly sad for him and his nearest and dearest but people occupying themselves with these sorts of activities seldom make it to pensionable age.

It really is cemented in their quest for thrills.
As Us Pilot Ben said years and years ago...

Take not thine altitude in vain, lest the ground shall arise and smite thee.

600 skydives later, I remembered his sage words, but stopped last March - no currency and no access to Z Hills any more.
I sure hope that he died doing something fun he enjoyed at this time in history. From reading about his exploits I expect so, and although death is never "cool" and always hits those left behind who have my sympathies, I hope they understand why he took the risks he did.

Sure beats sitting around being scared to go out.

Regards, SD..
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