It's certainly a valid point, and the thought had occurred to me. But, thankfully, he didn't!I hope he wasn't as close to toppling over as the photo suggests.
This was long before I lived on the South Island. Also long before my parents owned a TV set. Thus why I "watched" Listen with Mother on a pre-transistor era wireless with a dial marked with those exotic-sounding radio station names. Life was simpler then.......Strange radios you have on the south Island!!
People had patience as well, waiting for it to warm up. I got one of my maternal Grandads old radios going the other day..takes 32 watts and 5 minutes to warm upThis was long before I lived on the South Island. Also long before my parents owned a TV set. Thus why I "watched" Listen with Mother on a pre-transistor era wireless with a dial marked with those exotic-sounding radio station names. Life was simpler then.......
The original post was about footpaths.Including the famous one that goes right across the runway at Sandown Airport What amuses me is the H&S people that require people elsewhere on the airfield to wear high-vis vests and yet a couple of hundred metres away there's people trudging across an active runway
For aviators, the third picture shows some work being undertaken on the grass. The airports's website advises:The original post was about footpaths.
Walking dog this morning, found Pontius' footpath.
Pictures show warning sign, then view right, view left,and view straight on over the grass runway.
The warning sign actually DOES advise people to wear hi-viz. However, it also directs them not to cross in a large group but go in pairs. I waited for at least 20 minutes, but as no suitable blonde with a large chest turned up I was forced to take the dog home.
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