This would have taken us as far up as you could go in the tower. There never were nor are there now bells in either tower of the church. We got pretty far up that ladder, meaning pretty far up inisde the tower when we ran across a step that was cracked and when weight was put on it it made a cracking sound and gave just a bit. That told even stubborn us it's time to go back down now.
Back out of the attic. Courtesy of Terry OHara.
Back to the baslcony and continuing back down to the first floor.
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