Below Deck’s Captain Lee Heads To The Sky; Shares New Book Cover And Reveals Passing Of Beloved Dog

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The past few weeks have been filled with highs and lows for Below Deck star Captain Lee Rosbach. He’s been enjoying his down time from the show and having some fun both on the ground, in the water, and up in the sky. But he’s also suffered some sadness in his family, too, and he’s been sharing it all instagram.

Lee shared this week that after the loss of his beloved dog, Sam, that he’s not taking life for granted for a single moment. The loss may have inspired him to take a leap – literally – as he went skydiving with the Army’s Golden Knights and filmed the experience for his followers.

Lee shared the video and wrote, “My jump with the Army’s Golden Knights. What an honor.” It looks like he had the time of his life up there! Have you ever went sky diving? Would you try it the way Captain Lee did above?

On a sad note, a week or so before the jump he shared that his beloved dog has passed on. He shared a sweet photo of Sam and shared, “It’s a sad day at the Rosbach homestead. Our beloved Sam has left us suddenly. I scratched her ears, gave her a kiss and said goodbye for what turned out to be the last time as I left for LA this morning. She passed while I was flying. Mary Anne being my anchor she is had to deal with it, how I’ll never know. The point I’m making here is live every moment with those you love like it’s your last, because the next moments are never promised. Take care of those you love, all of them like its the last minute you have to spend because it could be. RIP Samantha, we will miss you.”

On a brighter note, Captain Lee shared that the cover for his upcoming memoir is ready! The book itself isn’t done yet, but it’s getting there and we can’t wait to read it!

Below Deck’s Captain Lee Heads To The Sky; Shares New Book Cover

“Well, the cover’s done. A little work To be done yet, but should be out this year. I’ll keep you posted.” Instagram


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