Thursday, September 25, 2014
Multiple Towers On The Tandy Hills Today With Men Hanging From Above
On the left we are looking west across an old wagon trail which heads west from the summit of Mount Tandy towards a lone tower sticking up above the horizon, with that lone tower being one of the few skyscrapers which make up the stunning skyline of beautiful Downtown Fort Worth.
Also known as the Top Downtown in America by some local fact distortionistas.
Today's hill hiking was the coolest in a long time. Cool in the temperature sense of the word.
The outer world was chilled to the low 60s when I went swimming early this morning. The low 60s was cooler than the temperature of the water, which made for a very refreshing time in the pool.
The temperature had only risen about 20 degrees by the time I drove myself to the summit of Mount Tandy, hence the cool hiking.
Today was no exception.
As I walked past the Tandy Tower I heard shouting, but could not see who was doing the shouting.
Then about half way down Mount Tandy I looked back at the tower to see a guy hanging from a rope, halfway up the tower. And then another guy came into view. I got the camera out and zoomed in for the photo you see above.
I have no idea what these two guys are doing to the Tandy Tower, but I do know watching them activated my usually dormant acrophobia.
Soon after I started getting dizzy from being too high I came upon the towering Hoodoo you see below.
The above Hoodoo appears to be well engineered with a solid, substantial foundation. That was not the case with the second towering Hoodoo I came upon today.
The below Hoodoo tower was towering at Hoodoo Central at the north end of the trail that leads to the Tandy Hills from View Street. I think we could call this one the Leaning Hoodoo Tower of Tandy.
I suspect it will not be long before the Leaning Hoodoo Tower of Tandy finds itself horizontal.