It's all about risk and liability and facing your fears.
I've heard that if you have a fear of something, it's good to face that fear head on, and confront what you are afraid of, and prove to yourself that there is nothing to fear but fear itself.
On the other hand, what about the fact that fear serves a purpose? It helps keep the species going, it keeps us safe?
Anyway, another day, another dollar. I had too much to do today to really post what I wanted to. (see following post, done at Nick's hockey game, as case in point.) And now, I'm tired, and I've gotta go to bed, so you'll have to wait another day for the story of the zip line weekend. Sorry. But at least I got (some) of the camping gear away...