I can't honestly say what the tallest building is in the state. The tallest boiler building where I work is around 200 feet tall, 20 stories. My office is on the 4th floor. Our control room is on the 3rd floor in another building. The buildings are connected with a catwalk at the 3rd floor elevation. I typically walk down the stairs to the ground floor walk to the other building and walk up 3 flights of stairs. Same thing going back to my office. Counting the first climb to my office, a trip to the control room, and then back to the office, I've got 11 floors knocked out the first hour.diabetes86 said:I didnt know they had bildings that tall in AR
okay....I'm really going to try and use this to get motivated. really. tomorrow I will post something here....really Something.
Oh if you could just feel the breeze from moving outside. Come to think of it, I haven't had that feeling in a while.ok i have 8 levels on my stationary recumbent bike riding at a level 3 minimum and 50% at level 4 with 3 tenths of a mile at level 5 of the 5 mile doing intervals. i feel proud that i just rode a 19:13 for 5 miles and held 26+mph for 20 seconds at one point. of course, i don't know how it translates into road biking, nor do i care. for me it is real progress. i'm seeing veins popping out all over my limbs that i haven't seen since i was a spring chicken. i don't notice my arthritic knees anything like i used to and i just watched it suck 25 points off of my glucose level. i like feeling the euphoria.....winning at SOMETHING.