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Finding freedom in free falling

Durango BASE jumper says sensation of soaring brings spiritual peace
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Kat Wildman, a raw food chef as well as a BASE jumper, will talk about raw food preparation Wednesday from 9 a.m. to noon at the Rocky Mountain Retreat, 848 East Third Ave. Katman will relate raw foods to BASE jumping. Katman can be reached at 903-8329. Katman biographical data can be found at www.extremesportspeoplehealth.com

Finding freedom in free falling

Kat Wildman leaps off Hermosa Cliffs above Needles just before sunrise Friday morning. Electra Lake is in the background. “It’s a dangerous sport, but you learn to trust your ability,” she says.
Seconds after BASE jumping off Hermosa Cliffs above Needles, Kat Wildman pilots her way to an open field to land safely Friday morning. Wildman spent only a few seconds in free fall before opening her parachute because she wanted as much canopy time as possible to avoid the trees.
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