I am afraid of heights, think it's called 'up in the air aphobia'. I'm going to wait for the release of the video, then watch it from my couch, with my seatbelt securely fastened ;-)Quote: Asswhoopermcdaddy
I was thinking about the helicopter, but it was pretty expensive. I'm doing the Hot Air Balloon Ride instead.
I am afraid of heights, think it's called 'up in the air aphobia'. I'm going to wait for the release of the video, then watch it from my couch, with my seatbelt securely fastened ;-)
Yeah me too....never flew till I was 44 years old.... had to for work ,flying us to job in Northern British Columbia (Fort Nelson)from Calgary few hours flying compared to 16 hrs driving time ..... small small plane big big mountains
They didn't tell me in advance we needed to copter in the last 20 minutes to camp.... 20 in the copter or three hours in the pickup on some pretty bad roads.... the red retired med evac copter that comes up
Trip back was a piece of cake, been in copters about a dozen times up there pretty smooth sailing except when the pilot puts it on its side so we could see his moose he was going to get the next week when hunting season opened LOL....
YOU get a chance to take a helicopter flight jump in its a blast....only part where it feels odd is at liftoff rest of time its
When the copter is moving, it is great. However, when the thing "hovers" it is like being trapped in a bouncing elevator. I don't know why the hovering part is so upsetting, and the moving part not a problem. Nevertheless, I do recommend the experience, with air-sickness bag caveat, to everyone who asks.