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Apanda mlima kilimanjaro kwa mikono

Discussion in 'Jamii Photos' started by Chum Chang, Jun 27, 2012.

  1. Chum Chang

    Chum Chang JF-Expert Member

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    Ni Spencer West.Licha ya kutokuwa na miguu lakini amefanikiwa kupanda Mlima Knjaro
    Spencer ni mfano hai ndani ya maisha yetu ya kila siku...
    Tukiwa na dhamila tutafanikiwa haswa kwa jambo jema why not
    chanzo
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    Ndio nani hawa?
     
  3. Chum Chang

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    daaah nilivyokua nafungua hii picha nilidhani nitakutana na katuni kumbe ni kweli asee..! dah hakuna kinacho shindikana chini ya jua
     
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    huyo Spencer ni mtz au mzungu?
    Hongera zake!
     
  6. Chum Chang

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    Afadhali nyinyi mnauliza kuh huyu jamaa...Nilipowajuza wahusika kuh hii inshu kama wanaifahamu hawakuwa na ili wala lile lakini hapa Marekani walikuwa wanaongelea sana kuh ushujaa wake wa kupnanda mlima mrefu barani afrika tena kwa mikono lakini sirikali mmmhh
    chanzo
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    Well Done - Spencer West! You made it!
     
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    Bongo tumelala, yule jamaa anaitwa Mushi alipanda mlima Evarest hakuna hata aliye jali. walimuita kwenye mkutano wa kikwete wakamyeyusha tu. shit!
     
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    haki ya Mungu, ndio najua leo kama kuna mtu alipanda kwa mikono,napenda kutoa shukran zangu za dhati kwa mleta mada na bila kumsaha mod anayehusika na kitengo hichi.
     
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    tembo anathaminiwa kuliko mlemavu tanzania.
    na ukiona twiga kapanda ndege si kwa ajili ya kuweka rekodi guinnes ila ni dili linapigwa hapo.
     
  11. Chum Chang

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    Mimi pia nilimsifia sana huyu jamaa..Pia niliona soo maana pale kwetu Mlima uko uwani kwetu lakini hata siku moja sijafikilia kwenda kupanda....Jamaa amenikumbusha kwenye miti hakuna wajenzi,,Najapanga nami nikapande Mlima

    Wengi unajijali kimaslai zaidi na kumuona alie weza aka jitahidi nimpumbavu

    Shukrani nawe kwa kufahamu JF ni zaidi ya kuelimishana

    Nchi ya kwanza dunianai kusafirisha vitega uchumi vyake vikanufaishe kwengine hali wenyewe wako taaabani
     
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    Ona hii ringo.... ummu kulthum.... Megawati....Ndalo na wengine wenye moyo safi..picha moja maswali lukuki
     
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    EEEEEH wewe wa Mbahee nini?Pale karibu na mlima?Nyie kazi yenu kula vitochi na kitoto ndoo...cha Mbegee...Hamuwezi kupanda huo mlima hataaaa..
     
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    Hahahaha hapana mimi sio wa pale tehteh NyenjeNKULU kumbe uko nilifikiri umelala
     
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    Waungwna mi nimepanda ule mlima na miguu miwili sehemu nyengine hadi na mikono ilaaaaa....naomba tu tumpe heshima jembe lililotumia mikono ..ule mlima ni kama kwenda kwa shetaniii
     

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    [h=1]Spencer West: man with no legs reaches the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro[/h]
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    Spencer West lost his legs when he was 5. The Toronto-based 31-year-old reached the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro at 11:15 a.m. Monday.








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    Spencer West woke up at 4:30 a.m. Monday to begin climbing toward the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro. He moved steadily, but slowly, hand over hand along the rocky path. Near exhaustion, he reached the top at 11:15 a.m. and collapsed.
    Unlike other mountains, such as the deadly Mt. Everest, which must be climbed, the 5,895-metre-high Tanzanian mountain can be hiked. And, unlike other hikers, West reached the summit without legs.
    "It was bittersweet and incredible to finally make it after all the hardships we went through to get there," said West, 31, on a satellite phone from Kibo Hut, about 1,000 metres from the summit. "I would say it was humbling, beautifully overwhelming."
    The trek took seven days, taking the Toronto-based West and his best friends, David Johnson and Alex Meers, through various microclimates that included jungles, snowfields and a desolate stretch known as the lunar desert.
    West said he was on his hands for about 80 per cent of the trek, leaving them beat up, despite a pair of gloves.
    When the terrain allowed, West hopped in his custom-made wheelchair. When desperate, he hopped on the back of porters. The team consisted of 50 people, many of them porters, plus Paul DeAngelis, who owns Mountain Climbing Adventures in Oakville, and two videographers documenting the trip.
    West was born with sacral agenesis, a birth defect that left his lower spine poorly developed and his legs permanently crossed, as if he was seated. Doctors recommended amputation, and took off his legs at the knees when he was only 3 years old. He needed further surgery at 5, which is when his legs were amputated below his pelvis.
    "Doctors told us when he was a baby that he would never do much with his life," said his mother, Tonette, from Wyoming, where West grew up. "They said he should stick to activities like reading and writing."
    But West's parents didn't let that sort of talk filter down to their boy. That, coupled with a strong stubborn streak he inherited from his father, allowed him to flourish. He moves his 2-foot-7 body with ease, using his hands as feet.
    He and his friends trained with a personal trainer for a year, climbing hills around Toronto and working on strength and core conditioning at the YMCA.
    The reason for the trip is two-fold. One, to inspire others to achieve the impossible, a campaign called Redefine Possible. Two, he is trying to raise $750,000 - he's raised $500,000 already - to build a clean water program for nearly 20,000 Kenyans with Free the Children.
    Despite the placid terrain compared to other climbing meccas such as Everest, which took the life of Shriya Shah-Klorfine, of Toronto, last month, Kilimanjaro remains deadly. About 10 trekkers die each year on the mountain and 1,000 need to be evacuated annually.
    Up to 35,000 people try to climb Kilimanjaro each year, but only half reach the summit. Much of the danger is due to altitude sickness, a slight case of which befell West's two friends who suffered terrible headaches, nausea and fatigue. West was fine, albeit drained.
    But with medicine and rest, the duo recovered to push on the next day.
    "We were nervous we wouldn't make it to the top, especially after my friends got sick," said West, who is also a motivational speaker with Me to We. "But that's why the three of us came, to help each other.
    "We leaned on each, literally, to get to the top."

    Huu uzi niliuona kwenye blog moja ya kiswahili-mpituli.blogspot.com,

    Nilipo peluzi zaidi nikaukuta na hapa

    Toronto


     
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    Kuna watu bado wanajua Kilimanjaro iko Kenya msome huyu

    Link to donateJeez, Star, the guy pulled himself up (Kenya) Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise money for clean water in Kenya! The least you could do is provide a link to his fundraising page! Anyway, for those interested, here it is:

     
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    Kweli heshima kwake
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    ..about the petty problems in your life, think of this man and hang your head in shame.
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    Yeah bro not a day pass by without me being humble for what i have achieved
     
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    inauma sana kuona wenzetu wanautangaza mlima wakati sisi tumelala. Juzi kwenye maajabu ya dunia tumeshindwa na table mountain wa south africa; but dunia inajua kuwa Kili ni kitu muhimu?!, kwanini cc tusiutangaze?
     
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