How daring are you? Pedal to the metal on yellow to beat the red light? No hesitation devouring that unclaimed mysterious pastry at work?
How about speeding through a narrow canyon at 100 mph?
Professional base jumper Robert Morgan, aka “Scotty-Bob,” and some buddies donned wing suits — you know those suits that make you look like a flying squirrel — and soared near Great Basin National Park, along the Nevada-Utah border.
“Just a bunch a dudes, tryin’ to be birds,” Morgan writes on YouTube. But a tranquil view above the park suddenly takes a nosedive.
With a Go Pro strapped on, “Scotty-Bob” dives into the famous Beehive Line, which narrows to 15 feet in some places, avoids a tree, then shoots out the other side gliding right up against the rock wall.
Your stomach in your throat yet? Try not to blink.
On Facebook, “Scotty-Bob” describes the flight as, “A fun line in the American West.”
I’m not entirely sure “fun” is the right work to describe it.
Death-defying, crazy or insane come to mind long before fun.