Tue Nov 15 16:26:21 PST 2005
Don't think any require more than getting there, basic equipment and
stamina. I'm proposing that a a couple of FoRKs just do it. Extravagant
gadgetry the most important factor.
On 11/16/05, Andy Armstrong <andy at hexten.net> wrote:
> On 16 Nov 2005, at 00:17, Robert Harley wrote:
> > On 11/16/05, Andy Armstrong <andy at hexten.net> wrote:
> > I've seen more than 200 km/h on the Peripherique. Not for long and it
> > was years ago :)
> > Don't think I've ever exceeded 130-ish on it, or 90-ish in Paris
> > intra-muros (on the Voie Express). I don't drive much anymore and
> > when I do, it's at a grand-motherly pace (except when it isn't).
> > While I'm on the topic of getting kicks elsewhere, who's up for
> > Kilimandjaro, McKinley or Aconagua next summer? Or even Mont Blanc
> > in the spring? I'm generally a sea person, but I have gradually
> > come to accept that mountains are quite cool.
> It's the altitude :)
> Are you proposing proper climbing?
> Andy Armstrong, hexten.net <http://hexten.net>
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