Does this fuzzy picture of your hero appear to show him somewhat perturbed?
Why you ask?
Because while climbing around in the Granite Dells of Prescott, Arizona, he got himself stranded in the rocks.
I did get down okay but I don't do that anymore.
I get queezy just standing close to a window in a tall building.ReplyDelete
OK, after making fun of some of your past outfits, especially the short shorts, I am liking the hat a lot.
I was wondering if you were stuck up there.ReplyDelete
I've found it's easier going up than coming back down. Also it seems that my knees and ankles don't seem to be as trustworthy as they used to be. I try to stay on trails and avoid the rock climbing anymore.ReplyDelete
I know exactly what you mean about the knees. Mine seem to have lost all of their springiness.Delete
I used to love climbing on rocks, but as Mike would say, my hip is too expensive to take chances anymore :)ReplyDelete
That IS a great hat!
Yes, hips, knees, ankles . . all become more breakable as we age.Delete
The hat really needs a good cleaning and blocking. I believe it's the one I bought when we first came to Arizona in 1972.
Heights never bothered me when I was younger, but now they do. I guess it comes with getting old or older.ReplyDelete
Fear of falling, Steve.Delete
That can be a tricky place to do some climbing.ReplyDelete