kdutson at sbcglobal.net
Thu Nov 10 09:23:22 EST 2005
I have found the difficulty comes with fear more than age. It is a state of
mind for me. I now use the 100 percent connected rule (gorilla lanyards) to
overcome the fear factor. Also, regular climbing helps to keep one in shape
and build confidence.
73, Keith NM5G
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In a message dated 11/10/05 4:23:43 AM Greenwich Standard Time,
w8ji at contesting.com writes:
Actually it is someone who can climb faster than you and doesn't pass gas
when lifting a 5 element 20 meter yagi over his (or her) head.
.....or blow his shoulder out lifting that beam...my problem. But, I'm
still climbing 200 footers at 59.
Age is a state of mind. But, it does harder to climb the 200 footers as the
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