"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrowmindedness." – Mark Twain
Terry, it was breathtaking. I cannot find my stomach, there's just a space where it used to be...Caminito del Rey
Cleaning the cat box beats the heck out of work, but a mountain walk is better than either of those options.
Ah, country living! That morning walk to the outhouse.
I´m feeling so sick now!!! I rather work! Great landscape! But where is the way???
At first I thought it was you filming a hike, I've done that. But after the first pole balancing routine, I was...Oh my God, it's snowing out! GRRRRRR When will it end?!!!
OMG- that was beautiful and sure beats the snot out of the office- but I was hyperventilating watching it!
Thank You for the morning rush :-)
I was hyperventilating too. I am petrified of heights and my stomach was in a knot the while video. That was totally crazy stuff.
That was some stroll. Any idea where that is?
Ariel - Thank you for the fabulous link and research. I would love to attempt this walk myself - although not carrying a pack. Some of those poles looked mighty skinny.Lily Strange - I'll take the walk over both thanks :) I refuse to play with the catbox, ever.Tom & Icy - I saw some perfect potholes in that sidewalk...SOe - Rather work than walk? Tee hee. Check out Ariel's link above to find out where this high altitude pathway is.Red Mojo - I would film it if I was there - that was a great video. I'm game. Finally got to use my camera - I LOVE it. Now if only I can get my computer to work...grrrrr. All that snow and ice in Chicago - nice to play in for a vew days, but no, send me home to California sunshine!Weatherchazer - nothing like a good rush in the morning... eh?Anonymous - Thank YOU for the morning rush - coffee in bed was a great start. xoPhotowannabe - Don't you just love it? I wanted to be there myself - but kept feeling scared when they walked the pole.Doug - As usual, Ariel saved the day with her link above - her quick intelligence is so handy to have around.
Too cool. Thanks, Ariel!
WOW that was FANTASTIC fun!!!
TERRY!!!!!I couldn't download your Mtn. Walk!!!GrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrBut, Have a great week-end!!!xox
I just knew it was not here in the States...there would have been warnings and chains.To tell you the truth I would rather, work...or shop :)
WOW! IF it were safer, I'd love it. I'd have to be harnessed to something secure to make it. I've never been especially afraid of heights, but....That's an engaging video, though. Enjoyed it! Happy weekend. Hope you had a fabulous time in Chicago.
lovely video WOW!come play the game in my blog ;-)Keshi.
Holy WOW! That sucked me right in. The walking on pipes and rails was none too comfortable but the view was breathtaking. Who put that stuff there and why?Ahhhh....my adventurous side has been fulfilled now. :)Happy weekend to you. I hope things are safe and cozy and peaceful in your world. Much love and hugs to you.Aggie
Ooooh! I'm there!
hahaha i'd LOVED to go on a mountain hike but only in my dreams.... :/
I can't even walk off of a curb without killing myself. I'll be damned if I'm going to try anything like that...YIKES!!!!!
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