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    What a view that guy must of had. Imagine going all the way up there and the new light bulb doesn't work LOL
    "Give a man a fish and he eats for a day, Teach a man to fish and he eats for the rest of his life"

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    I'm glad that I'm retired.
    I'm retired .... Fishing is my job
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    Quote Originally Posted by seabast View Post
    My license says I can have one up to two hundred feet, over that I need to submit an application to DOT. Wife says she wants a FM repeater system and mesh network to cover our property when we buy it. Don't think I would need 1500 feet, four hundred should do it.
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    I think I would actually enjoy that. Great view, fair weather outdoor job (I'd assume), active, great way to scout hunting lands... After a year or two it might loose it's novelty and trying to fit the quads required in today's "skinny" jeans would be a pain but would love the opportunity to give it a try.
    Heeere fishy fishy fishy fishy! :fish:

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    Better not have to go for a #2!

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    Looks pretty cool to me. I'd be down for that.

    This is a picture on me sitting on the top of a 2700 foot vertical drop that we had just finished climbing. This at +/- 18,700 feet on the rim of a dormant volcano. The savannah below on the bottom right of the picture is at +/-2500 feet. The horizon with this much differential is curved due to the curvature of the earth.



    The view looking the other direction:

    Last edited by Species8472; February 11th, 2016 at 06:05 PM.
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    I couldn't do it.

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    F#@! that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Species8472 View Post
    Looks pretty cool to me. I'd be down for that.

    This is a picture on me sitting on the top of a 2700 foot vertical drop that we had just finished climbing. This at +/- 18,700 feet on the rim of a dormant volcano. The savannah below on the bottom right of the picture is at +/-2500 feet. The horizon with this much differential is curved due to the curvature of the earth.



    The view looking the other direction:
    Pretty neat but sounds like way to much exercise for me!!!

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