Well - the scarier part was later in the trip - going over one of the bridges into Montreal and realizing almost too late that I had neglected to consider the expansion joints in the road surface!<br><br>
LOL Lesh<br><br>In 75 I started hang gliding, the sport was just introduced 2 years earlier. So I bought a year old glider that was repaired many times and paid for some flying lessons. First day at the top of the mountain - no bunny hills on Kauai. My instructors first lesson to me was "Pull that bar in and run like helll" I did and went strait down in a 70 degree angle - luckly the canefield was 8 feet tall it acted like a sponge.<br><br>A week later there was a storm and the wind was blowing 30 to 40 mph. I thought wow I should get some lift today. So I drove down to the same spot as before, I set up the glider and the wind was howling. I took off and shot up about 50 feet did a few summersalts and crashed upside down into some trees on the back side of the mountain. Not to befeated I then drove down to Tanakas Plumbing store and bought some copper pipes to repair the glider and then went back to the same hill a week later.<br><br>
hehe..I wanna hear Lesh's stories...I'm old enough <br>Probably the craziest thing I have ever done...<br><br>Back in 94, in Uganda, East Africa, killing a spitting cobra with a hoe. (was in a crop field with a village nearby).<br><br>
Well not crazy but maybe crazy I dunno.<br><br>One off the things that was popular in elementary school was;<br>Kids would pull the stingers off foot long Centerpeds and let them crawl all over them - In a gross you out kind of show.<br><br>Yiiiikes.<br><br>
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