Dennis Smith, Takes Death defying Leap at Tensing Pen

Our Hero, Dennis Smith, thinking aloud "Should I stay or Should I Go Now?!" as he became our guinea pig as the first to volunteer to jump the bridge at Tensing Pen. It was about 25 to 30 feet up. You would think watching Dennis it was 300 feet - but in his defense, I was petrified as the next diver to follow. If Dennis was scared, I had every reason to be if Mr. Tough Guy questioned the samity of it. Ultimately we both did it 6 times or more. Dennis Adds, " I think I fractured my collarbone the day before the trip. I finally couldn't take the pain any longer. So, does that add a bit of drama to the death-defying jump.....with a broken collarbone?! "

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Comment by Slouch on February 21, 2009 at 1:36pm
takes a while to get the courage. It was great hanging with you last week.
Comment by Dennis Smith on February 21, 2009 at 3:33pm
Nice Farmer-Tan, eh? That's how we do 'em in Texas.

I owe a big, big thanks to Donovan and the folks at Broadlook Technologies -

Broadlook sponsored the first contest, and I was fortunate enough to win. The four days / five nights in Jamaica was the best time I've had in my 45 years on the planet (made easier by the fact that Jason and Michelle, as well as David and Heidi were there to enjoy it with me and Kath.

Thank you Donovan - your generosity (as well as your products) is first-class!

Comment by Steve Levy on February 22, 2009 at 2:27pm
Anyone have pics of Mendoza wearing his water wings? I was going to have you guys come and visit me at Jones Beach this summer - but now I'm not so sure... lmao
Comment by Erica Jayne Walsh on February 23, 2009 at 5:00pm
God. This gets funnier every time I watch it!


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