Swinging From The Rafters

 
Mike in a ceiling lift hovering above his bed.

  5 Responses to “Swinging From The Rafters”

  1. can the overhead rail be monted on a vaulted ceiling? Does the system move side to side?

    • For questions like that, you need the help of a mobility specialist that installs overhead lifts. They have many different designs they can use to attach a track to an unusual shape ceiling. For example they can cantilever the track out from a wall. I believe there are ways to move side to side although those are much more complicated Systems.

    • EmÅ‘ke,Köszi az ötletet, paa¼ÅsintlsÃatc‘ben ki is fogom próbálni. Kíváncsi vagyok milyen lehet!Ditta,Nekem is teljesen újdonság ez a lekvár, de sok volt a cseresznye, nem bírtam mind megenni és nem akartam kidobni, így jött az ötlet, hogy akkor legyen belÅ‘le lekvár. Egy próbát mindenképpen megért ;))

    • Hehe, artig 🙂 Sant, sÃ¥ sant 🙂 Storm var veldig flink pÃ¥ nyttÃ¥rsafta 🙂 Men han var veldig ops pÃ¥ alt som laga lyd og var urolig 🙂 Men han var med oss heile tida, og det gjekk kjempefint 🙂 Godklem 🙂

    • first of all thank you so much for doing this! i love this song and i’m so glad to be able to play it on uke.also: i don’t speak tablature so this will be hard for me to explain but the first 7 by itself (on the fourth string) is followed by an 8 on the second string.and i think that 8 sounds better as a 9 on the fourth string. if that makes any sense.sounds great either way. thanks again!

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