Hooray for us! I turn 67 this month.
I have found that working on the tower after dark helps the vertigo thingy
also, and sharpens the (be careful) senses.
de Paul, W8AEF
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of stormin
Sent: Monday, January 03, 2005 12:13 AM
Subject: [TowerTalk] climbing over 60
Mike et al,
Age here is 69 1/2.
I'm still climbing however my latest tower is only 65'. I usually forget
something so I end up climbing it at least twice a day. Keeps those knees
The advantage in getting old is poor eyesight, that way you are not
distracted by anything more than 3 feet away Hi. When I was young I used to
get vertigo by looking at the clouds.
I think you deserve a new belt, but why wait till you are 70?
73 Norm K0KUN
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