March – when middle-aged women think they are spring chickens. Thank you to Elisabeth, my photographer.
I am quite impressed!! Not only are you walking on stilts, you appear to be quite comfortable with it! I’m better off staying at ground level. 😉
Yes, where’s the handicap?!
Oh, Dorte, this is wonderful!!!! Wow! A real hidden talent! Thank you for sharing this🙂. I am truly impressed!
Amazing – I’m glad you got pictures. We used to have stilts in elementary school and we all loved attempting to “walk” with them.
Kelly: my brother and I were the unofficial local stilt champions 40 years ago. It is just one of those skills you never forget.
Prashant: *I* am the handicap (though it is invisible) 😀
Margot: I haven´t laughed so much for ages so I´ll have to try again – though my arms shake terribly now.
Ann: it is one of the few cool things I was really good at as a child😉 My older brother was my role model, and I wanted to do everything he did.
Bravo, well done Dorte, I’m impressed that the last image wasn’t of you landing on your bottom.
Tracy: I´d never run that risk – not sure my bones would survive!!!
Dorte: Your balance is impressive. I know I could never have the ability to stand let alone move on stilts. Do children walk on stilts as you did when a child?
Brilliant Dorte – I could walk on stilts when I was a child, but can’t imagine trying now!
Brilliant Dorte – I used to be able to walk on stilts as a child, but can’t imagine trying it now!
I am very jealous, I was never very good on stilts when young, I imagine I would be a disaster now. Very impressive talent you have
Showing off just because you have two good knees and a sense of balance. Very jealous of your talent.😉
A walk down Memory Lane – both for you and me🙂 – but were and is way ahead of me …
Next time I’d much appreciate to see a video😉
Certainly very impressive Dorthe… do you have other secret talents?
Bill: no one can stand on them; it´s just like a bike in the way that you have to move, or you´ll fall. But once you have learnt it, it is really very simple. I don´t think they are very common any more – can´t compete with electronic gadgets, I´m afraid.
Margaret: I am sure you would find out you still could if you tried.
Bernadette: you see, our new government has made it necessary. If I´m ever fired from my teaching job, the consequences for me (in a special, flexible job) will be so terrible, I´ll have to apply for a job in a circus😉
Norman: I know, I know, but what else could I do to compete with blonde Marklund and Läckberg??? ;D
Ellen: haha. I must see how good my husband´s phone is.
Amanda: at least not ones I can remember😀
Yay you! This looks like soooooo much fun.
Never could do this. Makes me nervous just to watch the stills.
You are so cool! I’m not sure I could do that.
Thank you friends. It was marvellous and made me feel young again – for five minutes🙂
Stopping by to say hello, I hope all is well with you and yours.
I loved stilts as a little girl – I was pretty good, too. I would like to try that again – looks like fun. You look very capable up there, even for five minutes.🙂
Tracy: thank you; I am okay but have been very busy workwise – and also politically, but that is probably not very relevant for my English readers🙂 I will try to post a couple of reviews during Easter.
Joanne: stilts are fun! And I am sure you´ll still be very capable if you can find a pair; in my experience it is not something you forget.
This is so impressive! I’ve never seen anyone who’s not an acrobat use stilts. I was never around stilts as a child — I grew up in two major U.S. cities. Stilts were not around. The only time I ever saw them being used was in circuses or big parades.
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