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Found it DomHeknows found Jockey's Ridge

Wednesday, May 27, 2009North Carolina

N 35° 57.531 W 075° 37.941

700!!! Wow it was hot out there and on an overcast day too. No hang gliders flying at midday but I'm posting a pic taken in 2001 when I flew off the ridge!
I make the highest point 29.65' away from the previous finder.

View from the top of Jockeys Ridge

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View from the top of Jockeys Ridge View from the top of Jockeys Ridge

Me flying through the air in 2001 Me flying through the air in 2001

Me landing on Jockeys Ridge in 2001 Me landing on Jockeys Ridge in 2001

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