I’ll stay on the sidewalk, thanks

As much as I want to do the Harbour Bridge Walk, I just don’t think I’ll be able to. I know the view will be one of, if not, the best I’ve ever seen… It is something that fills me with anxiety more than excitement.

I did a rooftop stadium tour of St James’ Park in Newcastle and that was scary enough. I was protected by a waist high railing (and a hard hat despite nothing being above me and little use if I fell), standing directly over the pitch below. Here it is the same but higher and nothing but a rail on both sides. I would be tied to safety equipment, not that it would cure my fear of heights or make the terrifying ordeal any more bearable.

To those brave enough to do this, I salute you.

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