My work week in Pictures.
(and a few words)
On our way to Jackson Hole
I named this "Butte". Because I wanted to. Just "this" side of the airport.
It's a beautiful place to fly.
Shoved into the ambulance with all our gear.
This was just one of the 6 - 30 minutes rides I took within 24 hours that day.
Just say no!
I beautiful night to fly!
Here is a picture of my medic, Eric Froerer, from the Saturday night shift. This is his last shift with AirMed and it is surely a loss for our program. Fifteen years on the job. Such an amazing guy, so nice. He just happen to be there for my first flight ever and first flight by myself and my first helicopter shuttle. He will always be more then a little special to me. I was thrilled when I found out I was working with him and we had an excellent night!
Flying to the Raceway.
Making a big circle around so we can buzz the raceway!
It was really the highlight of my non-patient contact part of my career. I felt way more badass then I deserve...that is for certain!
Eric and our pilot, Greg. They took us to the starting line with a golf cart.
Jet cars. Loud and bright.
Mater car. Way awesome! We were so close I felt the jet engines in my whole body.
Eric showing me the video he took. Yes, he is missing part of his arm and has a hook. I forget he has it because he is so awesome with it. As far as I know there is nothing he can't do with it. Even hold his phone...
Had to have proof!
Greg, me and Eric.
Back to the helicopter. Such a good time!
That's some pretty kick ass highlights to a really tough week!
Work hard and play harder!