It's Niagara Falls. It's one of the most beautiful natural wonders in the world. Who wouldn't want to walk across it?
One thing that was passed on from generation to generation in my family, over seven generations in 200 years, was never give up. That's the way we live.
One of the things I enjoy is the challenge of Mother Nature.
I'm facing Niagara Falls - the wind and the mist and the dark and the peregrine falcons - and I'm going to stay focused on the other side.
That mist was thick. It was hard to see at times. The wind was wild. It'd come at me one way and hit me from the front, and hit me from the back.
I'd love to come to Australia. I'd love to walk about the Sydney Opera House.
I hope what I do and what I just did inspires people around the world to reach for the skies.
I've trained all my life not to be distracted by distractions.
A lot of praying helped me a lot.
I feel like I'm on cloud nine right now.
I have never in my life walked with a harness. The weight of the tether, makes it feel like I'm dragging an anchor behind me.
If you take suede leather and put it on a piece of steel, and put moisture on it, it actually sticks.
It's about carrying on the legacy and doing something I love and have a passion for.
My great-grandfather, Karl Wallenda, was my biggest hero in life, my biggest inspiration behind everything I do.
We train very hard under windy conditions. I've actually walked a wire in my backyard with 90-mile-an-hour winds.
I have permits to be the first person in the world to walk across the Grand Canyon so that's a process we'll start working on. I'd say within three to five years I'll accomplish that as well.
The mist was so challenging and the winds hit me, definitely more than I expected. It was definitely those winds, you can't re-enact them, you can't recreate them. Then my forearms started to tense up and you feel like running.
I am so blessed. How blessed I am to have the life that I have.
I do everything I do to pay tribute to my great-grandfather.
I was not scared at all.