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Remember the old hymn?  "Leaning...leaning...that tower's about to hit the ground."  Okay, that's not the way the song goes, but my new version is applicable to today's edition of Footsteps.  Imagine that you are a tower rigger.  You're standing at the base of a 500-foot radio tower.  At least one guy-wire is broken, and the tower is leaning 6 feet from center.  That's the situation that TWR's Tim McElhaney had to face.  I still can't believe he climbed it that day!

Click here to learn about TWR's work around the world

(Photos:  View from top of radio tower on Bonaire, Tim McElhaney)