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Well happening now did legendary bill.
-- -- Next is saying it is -- hasn't when he actually got just thinking about what he's gonna do and -- -- tongue -- anyway McQuillan that is on top of the world after getting the Green light.
To do the unthinkable.
He will walk an 18100.
Foot tight rope stretched across Niagara Falls.
Foot gorge below the falls obviously and the entire stunt to be broadcast live on television -- says.
It's a dream come true now.
He's joining us now live with a preview of this stuff what is it gonna take place -- He'll take place sometime this summer you know we just got permission on Wednesday so logistically there's a lot of planning involved in working on those details but we do you know that'll happen.
Before the middle of or by the end of September.
All right nick let's get to -- why.
Why -- do you want to do this neck.
You know that's an easy question but my family's been doing this for over 200 years -- -- dates back to the 1780s.
And have been walking wires for a long time actually started walking wire when I was two years old.
And by the age of four -- walking in my own minute thirteen I was performing in front of an audience.
And guess is that have broke six world records and it's kind of life you know my great grandfather -- -- lender said it best he said.
Life is on the wire and everything else is just waiting for our family that's true.
I suppose the easy part for you might be the walk the hard part was getting the government approval to -- nation -- -- existing.
100% right on you know the walking is what we do again I've only walked on the ground a year longer than I've walked on a wire so walking -- wires where I feel comfortable.
People often -- -- are you scared when you're on the wire -- I actually am extremely relaxed and comfortable it's the planning in the details leading up to -- that are stressful.
-- you have three children.
I traded -- you have filing your footsteps.
You know they all can walk the wire you know where the coolest kids in the neighborhood because in the backyard that's our playground is a liar and actually have a close friend -- I grew up with that learned on my in my backyard on the wire.
Since then he broke the world record with us in Japan for the eight person pyramid so to them it's a playground and it's a fun thing at this point but yes all three of them can walk the wire.
And you know we'll see what the future holds if they want to they have my blessing if they want to go to college they have my blessing there as well.
That sounds like a good dad any good daredevil -- The bit combination neck -- having your kids that really appreciate their father Floyd does and we appreciate you his -- hockey team learned they do period.
You don't you know it's funny when they see me do we'll do long walks often I'll look down because I pay attention to what they're doing -- -- be playing their.
-- -- and look at I that said.
I guess some things never change all that missed coming up from the -- that -- going to be wet that that's going to be.
Something to watch I think we're gonna be watching -- be watching nick thank you so much for joining us again looking at so much for having -- -- and they they have a nice to see again.
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