“There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the
inside of a man.”
–Sir Winston Churchill
there isn't enough money in the world to get me to do that...
That'll be one rain check I shall not be chasing.
Sweet Jesus. I couldn't watch it all... I only made it to the two minute mark because of that funny-weird feeling you get in the soles of your feet when your are creeped out to the MAX.I had to do some antenna climbing in my old job but the highest I ever went was mebbe 300 feet, as radar antennae are never placed really high. But, that said... I left my fingerprints in bare aluminum and steel ALL over the freakin' world. To say I held on tightly is the understatement of the ages.
Your blog just made me sick. I don't think I could be in a submarine, either.
I saw that one from my email. Made me pretty much sick too (and I'm an electrician!)
I got sweaty palms and a queasy stomach watching it, although I managed to tough it out through the whole thing.There ain't enough money...
I started the video...wanted sooo bad to stop it; but couldn't. I got so dizzy I couldn't click the pause button. Each time I tried to raise my arm to reach the touchpad I got quezzy. Then of course Gunther there would sway to take more steps...ooooooh my arm felt like it weighed 500 pounds. Watched all 7:19 of the dang video. Not funny y'all, you see down here in Alabama a two story house is considered a skyscraper...
I have no words to describe how scary that is. The whole time I was freaking out hoping that the guy wouldn't stumble. Free-climbing that high up should really just not happen.
are you kidding?? i'd !!LOVE!! to do that. thrilling and adventurous...just like me.
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