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Midori Snyder

This is so much fun to read Leah -- and you have far more courage than me! But the sensation of such un-motored flight must be absolutely fantastic. Now that it is "in your blood" so to speak are you planning on doing more of it?

Leah Devlin

Hey Midori,

Hang-gliding was an amazing experience. I asked my instructor about next steps. I think I will return to Kitty Hawk to learn in the dunes. There's virtually no way you can hurt yourself when you land in the sand. But when? Too many exciting things ... so little time! There were all sorts of groups in the dunes ... a CNN film crew filming a meteorologist, a hang-gliding club from Virginia Tech on spring break, and random people like me.

All best, Leah

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