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Ringo, .... wouldn't it be cool to use helicopters more in the future, ???dear i say it but electric ones that are like ubers ?  To txt... oh sorry you guys sms,  it, it comes to where you are yo

And back down the mountain 

Hi..Everyone If I remember correctly...Some of the tower shots are in the Off Topic section..Titled as My Morning Commute... Think there is some more in the Photogeekery thread... Anywa

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What a commute!

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8 hours ago, Frosty said:

Yup. He's my little brother. He's JUSTA flake though. :rofl:

He's a distant cousin. We don't talk to that side of the family anymore. We told them to chill out. :rofl:

Ah the old cold shoulder aye 😜

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4 hours ago, TWO LANE BLACK TOP said:

New Zealand is a beautiful place...Maybe someday I will get the opportunity to see it in person..

We used a helicopter (civilian version of a CH-47 Chinook) one time a few years ago to take down a 500 ft. Tall old School AT&T communication tower with four copper feed horns the size of a pickup truck mounted on on the top of it....From a mountain top in Northwest Georgia Near Stone Mountain.... It was.... Extremely Terrifying and exciting at the same time.....With absolutely no room for error...Thought I was done for...A couple of different times on that job...Loved it and wouldn't hesitate to do it again....

its certainly a experience to ride in a chopper two lane!!:cheers:, its nothing like going fast on the ground thats for sure!!!haha

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10 hours ago, TWO LANE BLACK TOP said:

New Zealand is a beautiful place...Maybe someday I will get the opportunity to see it in person..

We used a helicopter (civilian version of a CH-47 Chinook) one time a few years ago to take down a 500 ft. Tall old School AT&T communication tower with four copper feed horns the size of a pickup truck mounted on on the top of it....From a mountain top in Northwest Georgia Near Stone Mountain.... It was.... Extremely Terrifying and exciting at the same time.....With absolutely no room for error...Thought I was done for...A couple of different times on that job...Loved it and wouldn't hesitate to do it again....

Two lane IS the man.  Some of the pic's he has posted from the tops of these towers are mind boggling.:bowdown:

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2 hours ago, JUSTA6 said:

Two lane IS the man.  Some of the pic's he has posted from the tops of these towers are mind boggling.:bowdown:

Oh where are the pictures justA ? They would cool too see 

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Wow! Definitely not a job for me. Getting nervous just looking at those pics :lol:

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