Step Back From “The Ledge”

For 10 days, I am traveling through middle America for work as well as visiting with some relatives.  My dad came along for the journey and we had a chance to cruise around Chicago proper after I finished with my work functions.

We took a trip to the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) and took a 60 second elevator ride to the 103rd floor.  As we walked around the SkyDeck we got a 360 degree view of the Chicago area which was fantastic.

Then, we had a chance to step out on to “The Ledge“…

Chicago SkyDeck Ledge

I have to admit that it is a little disconcerting to think that some plexiglass will hold you high above the ground, but it is true.  As I gingerly stepped out on to the glass, it was breath-taking – not because I was going to faint – but because the view was spectacular.

Showing SkyDeck Ledge

The second and third times were much easier than the first.  Caution:  If you get vertigo easily, this is probably not the activity for you!

Question:  Would you step out on “The Ledge”?  You can leave a comment by clicking here.

[This post is part of the Middle America blog series.]

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