> I work very hard to do things in kind of a slow-motion, by-the-numbers
> I try to think through every action and what it's bad effects may be.
> For me, there are few, if any, room for errors and mistakes up there.
> are no shortcuts.
Amen to that!
Being a pilot which is a rehlm as unforgiving as climbing towers I think a
lot of the habits and preperation carry over.
I seldom climb much over a 100 to 150 feet any more, but even then I do not
take a casual approach. Like flying, I check my equipment prior to a climb,
and I plan out the climb. One thing I've learned, unless I'm only climbing
to do a specific job I know that most times the climb is going to take
longer than the original plan and I allow for that.
Roger Halstead (K8RI, EN73 & ARRL Life Member)
N833R, World's Oldest Debonair (S# CD-2)
> dale, kg5u
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questions and ask for Sherman, W2FLA.
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