That will be Nik Wallenda’s final tweet before hopefully arriving safely on the other side of the Little Colorado River Gorge.

Update: Wallenda tweets from the other side:


More on the story from CBS News:

Daredevil Nik Wallenda is using the Navajo Nation as a backdrop to one of his most ambitious feats yet — crossing a tightrope 1,500 feet above the Little Colorado River Gorge near the Grand Canyon.

The 34-year-old Sarasota, Fla., resident will set out Sunday on a quarter-mile cable stretched over the gorge that was eyed by another high-wire performer decades ago. The stunt comes a year after he traversed Niagara Falls earning a seventh Guinness world record. He’ll be using the same 2-inch-thick cable he used to cross the falls, only this time he won’t be wearing a safety harness.

The crossing is airing live on the Discovery Channel with a delay. Wallenda isn’t wearing a safety harness like he was when he crossed Niagra Falls, and there is no safety net:

Twitter is buzzing with comments about Wallenda’s attempt. Laura Ingraham kicks it off with a reminder that a lot of people can relate to this:


More reaction (most recent to oldest):

Twitchy will post updates as Wallenda’s crossing proceeds.

Editor’s note: This post has been updated with additional tweets.