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Then you could all go as a family!
I suggested this to my wife and she said, No! No! No!
(I still can't fly here as I need to sort my Swiss licence out so it's not an immediate problem).
To answer your question - I don't know of any couples here that fly.
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Thanks for the tips Tom1234. My husband has a tandem licence and I'm due to sit mine next time I go back to NZ. Our little one is 2, but as big as an average 3 yr old. As much as we'd both love to take her up, we both agree we'd like to wait until she expresses the interest first. I'm all for getting her in to it as soon as possible, but we'll see how she responds to it this season, where she's more expressive about her desires.
For us it's about getting out and doing what we love doing and having our little one enjoy her time out too - For her it would be fun paddling in the stream by the landing paddock and playing with the kids from the other family. Then we could just take turns going for a fly while one keeps an eye out on the sprogs. Then after the kids are in bed, we can cook BBQs and drink beer or whatever by the lake. Doesn't get much better than that
Thanks for the support anyways guys. Why don't you get your woman into paragliding??!!
See you @ cloudbase