What goes up must come down, hopefully

It makes me feel a little light-headed looking at this photo, and how far down those steps go.  At the time, after climbing those steps, I was light-headed and out of breath.

Exercise can kill you.


Having walked up all those steps, I wasn’t looking forward to going back down again.  You know the old say, what goes up must come down.

I’m sure that had its origins in relation to gravity.

So, as an intrepid adventurer, I thought there must be an easier way.

If you call walking another three or so kilometers to the end of the track, and five going back.

It was a long day, but it got the grandchildren out of the house, and out from under my feet for a few hours.

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