I’m flying straight toward a hillside at 75 miles per hour. As I squint at the overgrown shrubbery in front of me, I can make out myself standing alongside Jim Carroll and Mark Rochefort. I go flying over my head and up the lift line at Bolton Valley Ski Area, and then zip back down along the trail. After another pass, the ground rushes up, and everything goes black.
The eerie feeling of flying or hovering above oneself is usually the abstract stuff of dreams, but a few Vermonters get their thrills doing just that — with drones. ... Read more
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