Friday, 27 May 2011
In the beautiful and massive landscapes of New Zealand it was only natural to stop in the middle of traffic and jump in the wrong side of the road, "Left Side Leap."
Next on a tourist stop found a compass to jump on, we have the "Neglectful Navigation."
Here on Lake Tekapo we saw some great scenery, some turquoise water, and jumped on slippery rocks, for the "Tekapo Technique"
The famous Mount Cook, was an ideal location for me to wear sandals. The mountain train and weather also helped in creating the "Inappropriate Equipment Explosions."
On the way out of the valley we discovered a valley of loose morals and low dignity, and equal quality jumps. Also that resulted in a cut on the hand, and the "Tetanus Twirl."
Posted by Jensen Fair at 20:03
The next jump is of biblical proportions in the lovely town of Christchurch, we see the "Christchurch Crucifixion"
In a very average mall we find an exceptional store that reminds me of home. The
"Back Home Bounce"
A little outside of Christchurch we stumble upon the famous and mysterious Salmon World, an ideal location for a famous object imitation jump category . We see the "Salmon Spring"
Posted by Jensen Fair at 19:46
As many know JJA recently traveled to New Zealand, our adventure was full of bridging cultures through many international jumps. We started in Wellington my former place of residence, jumps started off with many of the historic and majestic locations.
Here we have the first jump in New Zealand, at the Wellington Cable Car, we cant really see the cable car or my face. We call this "Decapitate Deception Dance."
Next we see the Wellington harbor and have the "Harbor Hop"
Here is the supreme court in New Zealand, we expected much more security and not to be able to get in, but we were able to do the "B&E Bounce."
Next with our first and last museum in in New Zealand. We stopped at Tepapa, a very fancy and extensive museum, but we were able to do the "Mobile Museum Maneuver."
Next we topped at the Weta Cave, which is where the do all the special effects for the Lord of the Rings and many other films. We see the actions figures in the back make a wonderful background for the "What are you doing? . . . Jumping in front of you action figures."
Finally on the beautiful coast of Wellington we have the "Rocky Coast Round Off"
Posted by Jensen Fair at 19:37
Friday, 13 May 2011
Not many people realize that we here at ICMS wear suits daily, naturally this needs to be showcased with the "Sexy Suit Spring"
Up next while on the end of term fancy booze cruise we see the sydney harbor making a lovery background for the "Binge Drinking Bounce"
Notice I set down the drink and for the opportunity for the thumbs up.
Posted by Jensen Fair at 20:45
Near Palm Beach there is a lighthouse. Ideal for fun jumps.
Here we see the attempted "Intimate Imitation Lighthouse Maneuver"
Next with the board of directors we see the Chairman of Directors being jumped by the V.P. of Austra/U.S. Relations while the beautiful and charming Founder/CEO and Firugehead is in the background. Entitled the "Too many eggs in one basket"
Next a classic maneuver the "Asian Couple Combo"
Finally we see the one move that is for the kids, we see the "Big Boy Bash"
Posted by Jensen Fair at 20:27
In our travels we often encounter many places that are ideal for new jumping experiences, Palm beach was just one of those wonderful places.
Here off a lovely sand mound, with disappointed Melissa the Director of Creativity and Bonerz. We have the "The Sand Skip"
(Notice the sand action)
Next we the see the "Wide Arm Air Time"
Next on a lovely walk up to the sand dues, we see the "double thumbs, double water, one jump"
On a successful dune jump of the Director of Bonerz take a face plant, in the "Face Plant Frolic"
Finally we see the
"Up Skirt Air Time"
Posted by Jensen Fair at 20:07
Tuesday, 10 May 2011
While exploring Manly's more scenic and dangerous spots we have some excellent opportunities for jumping fun. Enjoy.
Here we have ICMS, this is has been my home for the last few months and where I do very minimal studying. But an excellent opportunity to spot some traffic and jump. Here is the
"Rad Ass Castle Rap-A-Round"
Next on an attempted beach day, which turned into a hiking around Shelly Beach we have the
"Silky Smooth Sea Skip On Seaweed"
On our way to North Head. We take the path less traveled and more occupied by the homeless. Next to a very steep cliff we have the "Danger Close Ciff Jump."
Finally on a very windy cliff edge we attempt to use a singlet as a cape and present the
"Save the Day Superman."
Posted by Jensen Fair at 22:23
Sunday, 8 May 2011
Sunday, 1 May 2011
After a very exciting road trip filled with jumping fun we arrived in Melbourne.
Near our temporary residence we stumbled upon one of the worlds largest understatements. The Worlds Largest Lollie Shop, the best part was that it was closed. Despite the establishment being closed, JJA is always open for jumps. Here we have the "Largest Lollie Leap."
Next in the city we found a rad graffiti alley, we have the "Artsy Angry Youth Rebellion Jump"
Next we found a crowded mall, with fancy shops that were not appropriate for JJA. We attempted to do a Jewelry Jump, but failed and found the "Fancy Flat Frolic."
"Never Say No To Panda"
Our last stop for JJA in Melbourne was Federation Square, on very crowded ANZAC Day we struggled with the crowds but still prevailed. Here we have the "Two-Up, 2 Step."
Posted by Jensen Fair at 05:00
Wednesday, 27 April 2011
This easter break we at JJA, made our way down to the lovely city of Melbourne, but our journey could not be complete with out stopping at some of the best sights that the Hume highway could offer.
Our first stop is at the lovely Big Merin
The next an possibly the most anticipated stop of the trip is the lovely town of Gundagai, this town is famous for the Dog On a Tuckerbox. Here we also had our first encounter with a very passionate woman, who after our meeting is a big fan.
Here we have the first of the water jumps category, with the "Fountain Frolic"
(please notice the water action)
On the side of the road, in the beautiful country side, with the Director of Photography we see the
"Toll Road Tea Bag"
In the next town of Holbrook, the is a submarine. JJA debated and discussed for hours about the origins of this submarine and determined that it was put there by humans. This is still up for debate.
This is the "Ahoy Mate Air Time."
Some what out of the way but worth it for JJA, we discovered the Giant Strawberry of Koonoomoo. The first and possibly only jump in the large fruit category. Here we see the V.P of Australia/U.S. Relations and Transportation Specialist with his adorable head in the Strawberry.
We call this "Fruit Fiasco with Brad"
Next is Chiltern, not a lot goes on here. Except the first road jump, we have the "Single Leg Gas Station Gib"
Posted by Jensen Fair at 02:55
Thursday, 21 April 2011
Due to the recent success, we at JJA have realized the need to expand. We have now added several categories of jumps, here are some of our initial endeavors.
The first of many in the Eating Food and Jumping category, we had to go get a late night eat at BenBry Burgers, despite the great burgers we great jumps here too. Here we have the "Big Boy BenBry Burger Bounce."
Also the first in the Jumping Objects Category, down a strange alley in Manly I was bet that I could not jump the bin. We call this "Recycle That Shit."
Lastly we have the "Corso Bidet Ballerina"
More Categories and jumps to come, if you all have any requests please inform JJA.
Posted by Jensen Fair at 00:19
Monday, 18 April 2011
Most recently I traveled to the Blue Mountains, here explored many different terrains and jumping opportunities. Explored the 3 sisters in a very intense rain storm, then later did some abseiling near Mount Victoria.
Here we have a position adapted from MTV Cribs, and specifically gangsters showing off there rims, I call this the " 3 sister<my rims"
Closer to the 3 sisters we have a wonderful view of the Blue Mountains and an Asian tour group. This is the "Casual Zulu Mountain Jump"
Later in our journey we found ourselves once again in a Jurassic Park rain storm. Naturally a perfect opportunity to show off the "Moist Mountain Motion"
After finishing abseiling fun, found a perfect scenery for the "Klassic Karate Kombo"
Posted by Jensen Fair at 06:35