Jean Schulz in the air

Flying with Jeannie
Sonoma County, California

Flying trapeze has been a passion of mine for about 15 years. Having done it that long, I should be starring in the circus; I am not, but I love it as much as if I were. And one thing about a passion is that one likes to share it. We have many young employees at the Museum, and a group of them joined me for a lesson on a sunny Saturday in May—everyone had a good time. We are planning another session in the summer, so look for more pictures.

Image of Pre-flight instructions

Pre-flight instructions for Greg Knight and his daughter, Gina Huntsinger, Jessica Ruskin, and Renee & Paul Donman

Image of Jessica Ruskin in flight

Jessica Ruskin in flight

Image of Renee Donmom getting ready to take off

Renee Donmom gets ready to take off

Image of Renee Donmon in the net

Renee Donmon in the net

Jean Schulz getting ready to fly

Jean Schulz getting ready to fly

Jean Schulz in the air

Jean Schulz in the air

 Image of Jean Schulz and Sam Keen doing trapeze

“Look Ma, No Safety Lines”
Jean Schulz and Sam Keen (left, circa 2001) are known in their trapeze circles “chronologically-challenged
frequent fliers.” As Jeannie says, they represent more than 130 years of hanging in there together.

—Jean Schulz

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