ozzy72 wrote:It was very strange, you rarely actually got any sense of movement. It was almost like standing on a ledge. But I'd do it again in a heartbeat.
Believe it or not, I'm afraid of heights so the "standing on a ledge" might be a bit of a drawback. Strange as it seems I know quite a few pilots and aircrew who admit to being
afraid of heights. I don't understand it myself but even when I'm bouncing around on a windy day in a C-150 and looking down at the ground far below me
(well, in a 150 it's not that far below
) I'm not affected by it in the slightest but ask me to climb up on my roof is a different story.
I'm OK as long as I'm not near the edge but...
An Aircraft Mechanic only needs two tools, Duct Tape and WD40.
If it moves and it's not supposed to - use the Duct Tape.
If it doesn't move and it's supposed to - use the WD40.
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