Parsoft’s web site revised and improved

I have used this down time to revise and improve my web site.  We have added a blog for pilots to communicate about their flying, post links to their videos and tell others about their flying plans.  I will start with a blod about Mexico

Mexico P2 and P3  trios are planned for end of January. Five P2 pilots are starting January 22 and we have rented a large 15-passenger van to allow for more pilots to join us. We will be staying at the same Hotel de Los Patios in Sayula as always so that it will be a short drive to Tapalpa launch or San Marco.  I recently talked with local pilots that reassured me the road to San Marco launch has be regraded and is in excellent shape.

January 29th will be an exchange day to drop off P2 pilots and pick up P3 pilots—-3 so far have sent a deposit.  We will continue flying Tapalpa and San Marco but may add Colima and Hocotepec if the group wishes.

Each week is $1,500 or both for $2,500. Recommended flights prices have dropped to $469!   Recommended flights are here.

I look forward to guiding pilots for my 20th year in Mexico.

My flying is still dependent on my doctor’s approval.

Call me or blog me if you are interested in joining us.


13 thoughts on “Parsoft’s web site revised and improved

  1. Yep. it is better. I also had no complants with the other. As far as your opps! goes. Most of us don’t scratch like Granger (That fly mostly Boulder) But one
    of my goals for the new year at least Williams Peek, or other sites in Co. With Granger or other pilots working on there p3. Even going to join Bopac this year!

  2. I cant make the Jan, trip. But perhaps Grand Juntion. with a bunch of pilots
    or at least make it to Aspen & Glenwood Springs and consider other Co. sights

    • Once you have earned your P3, Aspen is a good option in the summer. Consider coming to Grand Junction in the spring as you can get allot of airtime with little effort by ridge soaring.

  3. Your new website is nice, however is it my computer or is the lettering in your text difficult to read? On my screen all straight lines in letters like p. l, k, n, are very dark and curved letters like s, d, b, g, are very light. Just to let you know, or maybe it is on my end.

  4. we are a group of paraglider pilots from Seattle and are going to Manzanillo February 11th and want to hire a local pilot to show us the flying sites and site protocols do any of you have any contacts there? thanks Rick Hubbard northwest paragliding club

    • Alan,
      I organized PG trips to Manzanillo a few years ago. The idea of leaving the family on the beach, going for a long flight and landing back on the beach appealed to me and some of my clients. Drive up access is through a locked gate and rough 4X4 road. There were no local pilots to help with this. Nearby Colima may be a better bet for you—1 hour away from Manzanillio, better soaring & easier launch access.

    • Niels,
      Yes, feel free to post your comments on this site about flight plans, good flights, etc. I hope this site will become a portal for PG activity in the Boulder area.

  5. Yaa! I got a flight in at Boulder 12-8-12, mid afternoon, 5-7mph winds with one other pilot. (Jon Haris) Both got sleads but it was my first for the new year and Granger just replaced some lines on my Glider. Most of all, keep in pratice. I put it on Youtube (itsirv1)

  6. Hey Granger, thanks a ton for the lessons and excellent experience. I got through the P1 course, and I am currently working on my P2. I have had a very positive experience so far, and hope to go to Mexico or Grand Junction with you soon! You have impressed me with your skill, attention to detail and safety, and passion and professionalism. See you in the air!

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