The second base jump of the week was off the backside of Stroller White. We flew up with Coastal Helicopters and landed roughly 10 feet from the edge of a 800+ ft. drop, amazing flying by the pilot Dustin. The weather was phenomenal yet again. After landing I quickly setup my remote camera and jetted back to the jump site. Jared Carlson came along again as support, which was awesome because by the time I made it back to the crew he’d already setup fixed lines for us to lean over the edge to capture Craig and Triston as they hucked it. My heart was racing as Triston took a few steps and jumped off the prow. Craig waited for him to land, psyched himself up, and launched off the edge. Point-to-point it was a successful mission, we got all the shots and everyone landed safely. Triston made it back with an hour to spare before having to jump on a flight back to Anchorage; sometimes its best to never be at rest and just to stay in motion.