Bruce Tamblin stands at the top of his crane at a construction site in Kirkland. He has been putting holiday lights on his crane for over a decade.
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Bruce Tamblin stands at the top of his crane at a construction site in Kirkland. He has been putting holiday lights on his crane for over a decade.
Credit: KUOW Photo/Matt Martin

This man is 180 feet off the ground and full of holiday cheer

Listener Chelsea Nesvig lives on Capitol Hill and has a great view of the construction cranes downtown.

She asked us: How do those holiday lights get put up on the construction cranes?

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Credit: KUOW Photo/Matt Martin & Brie Ripley

On this episode of SoundQs, we'll take you to the top of a crane to find out. Hopefully, you're not afraid of heights and that you're ready to use your muscles.

Listen to the episode by clicking the play button above or on your favorite podcast app. SoundQs is a weekly podcast where KUOW reporters tackle questions submitted by our listeners.

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Credit: KUOW/Matt Martin & Brie Ripley


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