Ha Ha you got it x trecker there was definatly some bina swinging goin on up there! the wind wasnt helping much either.
So this was supposed to be a high end appartment building and got half finnished and the money dried up so it was just left abandoned and we found out it was possible to climb it if you could sneak past the ferral dogs and worm your way up two floors of electrical ducting, after that it was just 50 easy flights of stairs to the top the first 10-15 floors where more or less done with hard wood floors and granite counters but the higher you went the less finnished they were untill the top were it was more or less a building site. heres a shot of the building from the ground and my WBBB doing its best impression of a parachute!
Gee, there are affordable places to stay with a great view in Bangkok?! This opens up some other interesting possibilities for urban guerrilla hanging.
Here are a few photos from my "spring" trip in Waterton Lakes National Park.
"Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.
Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees.
The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy,
while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn."
— John Muir
Local Forest Preserve: Caldwell Woods
Nothing too fancy.