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Sky Diving July 30, 2000

I don't have pictures of the dive itself, because one has to experience it on his/her own. It was from out of this world. I never knew such sensation was possible, let alone that humble creatures such as ourselves were allowed to experience it. We went to 13,000 ft, which translates to 60 seconds of free fall. I was too in awe with its beauty and peace to feel scared. In that minute, eternity seems possible, it was as if it would never end. I wish it would never end. The thought of sky diving is a lot more terrifying than the act itself. You will see when you try it yourself!
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