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An engineer who grew up here is helping aerialist Nik Wallenda cross Niagara Falls. I thrive on doing these types of projects for the first time, Peter Catchpole, 63, told QMI Agency. Born in Sarnia, Ont., Catchpole moved to Fonthill when he was 10.
Tuesday, June 12, 2012 8:41 am (0) Comments Font Size: Walking a high wire over Niagara Falls isn't only a dicey proposition, it turns out it's pretty pricey, too. Daredevil Nik Wallenda estimates his history-making, U.S.-to-Canada walk by way of a
Archive Recent Posts June 12 John Jay College of Criminal Justice is expanding its campus in its new 13-story building on 11th Avenue, and now needs a lawn mower for the first time ever. June 12 Metropolitan Diary: At the end of her shift, a nurse
draw Nik Wallenda crossing Niagara Falls on a tightrope. And see a slide show of last week's submissions on the Mayor's Soda Ban. June 11 Bernadette Castro became a child celebrity for a 1940s commercial for her father's sofa-bed company, and now she
Members of Skyliners, a group of like-minded adrenaline junkies, took death-defying leaps off the cliffs at St John's Head, Orkney, as well as performed high wire walking acts on some of the island's most iconic landmarks. After travelling to Oban in
N.Y. (AP) — Nik Wallenda can't visit a new place without envisioning a wire strung high above his head: Linking buildings, landmarks, nations. Even as a 6-year-old at Niagara Falls with his parents, he pictured walking a tightrope over the raging,
Wallenda Nik Wallenda walks a high wire that's over 1000 feet long and 200 high above the Allegheny River and Roberto Clemente Bridge without shoes as part of the Three Rivers Regatta in Pittsburgh on July 3, 2009. Ontario, June 9 (UPI) -- Canadian
Story video Nik Wallenda practices for his upcoming wire walk over the horseshoe falls, at the Seneca Niagara Casino parking lot in Niagara Falls, New York May 22, 2012...On June 30, 1859, Gravelet made his first tightrope adventure across the gorge.
6 June 2012 For most people the mere thought of walking across a thin wire thousands of feet up would give them a nervous sweat and send their hearts racing. But adrenaline junkie Brian Mosbaugh is so used to the perilous heights of being a highline
Special to the Daily Sawyer Hutto and his buddy Carla paddle a kayak at the Teva Games on Saturday at Golden Peak in Vail. As a project of the Vail Valley Foundation, the Teva Mountain Games are bound to be a well-run, classy event, which is exactly