Many of us in Twin Falls witnessed many of Miles Daisher's jumps on June 21. In case you didn't, Red Bull has released a new video featuring Miles breaking the world record for most human-powered BASE jumps in one 24-hour period.
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I love this so much. If you've ever had the joy of being near an out-of-town person when they first see someone jump off the Perrine Bridge, you know that's a treat. It gets even better if it's someone from the South.
I'm normally hesitant to declare us the best at anything. First of all, I can fail to be objective sometimes. Hey, at least I'm honest. But, I think I can prove with science that Idaho is the best place in the world to packraft. I'll try to explain.
There is that screams 'kayak' more than the Magic Valley. That's why I'm shocked I've found something that Idaho should have done first. It's a video of 2 guys rocketing down a drainage ditch in a kayak.
It's not hard to confuse me. If they ever put roundabouts on the streets of Twin Falls, I will be lost forever. That's why a new video featuring drones and paddleboards at Dierkes Lake is both awesome and mysterious to me.
In case you have been living under the rock and/or never go near the Perrine Bridge, Miles Daisher broke the world record for most BASE jumps in one day last week. His last jump turned out to be a very wet one.