Every day is an adventure – 53/365



Now that was an adventure!

Sydney Harbour bridge climb

Sydney Harbour bridge climb

An adventure from a while ago I’ll admit, but oh what an adventure it was!  If you know anything about me (It’s all about me) I hate heights,  edges and being out of control basically. Can you see me gripping onto the rail in  front of me despite being connected, I wasn’t letting go for anything!

This post tells it all: I hate edges…..

So to actually agree to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge was a big deal for me. The day we did it was the wettest day in history (maybe that’s a slight exaggeration) but it was very wet.  I was very worried but it all went swimmingly well.    We had given our Rotary Exchange Student from Sweden (2nd from right) the climb as a farewell present and he loved it. The view over the city was better than I expected given the weather and the gear they dress you in is great.

I’d even go as far to say that I’d do it all again…and that’s saying something for me!

My daily photo project is progressing nicely and I invite you to stop by and check out all my posts in one place by clicking this link Every day photo project .

Every day is an adventure, no matter how mundane the day may be!

Deb 🙂

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8 comments

  1. great reading. liked the title. Each person sees the same place in a different way. do read my blogs to see India through my eyes: http://www.travelwithme.wordpress.com

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  2. Fabulous day, photo and your courage. And how generous to give this experience to the student! You’re amazing!

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  3. Awesome! I’d like to do the bridge climbs (Sydney and Brisbane) one day. What a great gift for your student!

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