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Antenna forgotten


#1

I had forgotten my antenna … but a friend, retrieve quickly the antenna. And he was quick.

73 Luc ON6DSL

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#2

In reply to ON6DSL:

crazy


#3

In reply to DG0JMB:
Thats dangerous the guy is on the wrong side of the road! Sean M0GIA


#4

In reply to ON6DSL:

I admired the guys courage and skill!

Somehow it didn’t strike me as any more crazy than sliding down the rails of the Snowdon Mountain Railway balanced on a suitably shaped stone!

73

Brian G8ADD


#5

In reply to ON6DSL:
HI…
I was on the Grimselpass few years ago and know this street…
This guy is totally crazy…

best 73…HNY
Tom DL1DVE


#6

In reply to ON6DSL: OK but where is the antenna?


#7

In reply to G8ADD:

“Somehow it didn’t strike me as any more crazy than sliding down the
rails of the Snowdon Mountain Railway balanced on a suitably shaped
stone!”

Hi Brian,

When did you do it and where is the video?? and were you also activating on the same day?? Hi Hi

73

Tony


#8

In reply to HA5LV:

OK but where is the antenna?

Stuffed somewhere private? :wink:

Good Muse soundtrack though… the angst gets turned all the way up to 11!

Andy
MM0FMF


#9

In reply to 2E0LAE:

In reply to G8ADD:

“Somehow it didn’t strike me as any more crazy than sliding
down the
rails of the Snowdon Mountain Railway balanced on a suitably
shaped
stone!”

Hi Brian,

When did you do it and where is the video?? and were you also
activating on the same day?? Hi Hi

73

Tony

Back in the 60’s and 70’s all the climbers did it because it had been a favourite trick of their heroes, Joe Brown and Don Whillans, I had a snatch of film on 8 mm but that’s long lost! The trick was bailing out when the train came in sight…

73

Brian G8ADD


#10

In reply to ON6DSL: Good viewing after a large Christmas dinner and a few glasses. I’d like to try it on a bicycle, but don’t fancy the necessary ascent!

Have a good New Year and hope to meet you on air again sometime.

73s de Dave, G6DTN & M0DFA, and XYL


#11

In reply to all:

I did not get the antenna that day …

'm Curious about the faces of the bike riders ect…

I think, that man must made that way several times because he knows the road very well.

Completely CRAZY but WHOW !!!


#12

Yeah you right , always easy down hill, Please enclose film when he rides uphill.
:slight_smile: 73 de Kjell