For two hours, we went pretty high up and pretty far away from Vegas. I think we went 10 or 20 miles away from the city and nearly 12,000 feet—you can’t forget that Las Vegas is 2,000 feet above sea level already, so we went almost 9,000 feet above that. It takes a good 45 minutes to get that high and that far. We went up there with the door closed, because you can go faster. At about 11,800 ft we were ready and I had to slide the door open and lean out of the helicopter. My feet were asleep from sitting there for 45 mins. When you ask what the most important piece of gear is, it is that harness. I have a routine where I test it out every time before we take off and I yank against it to make sure it is working and nothing pops out because if it does, I don’t want to go for an unscheduled flight. I don’t have a parachute. When you are up, 45 mins later in a sea of darkness, total black and you slide that door open and you slide your feet over the edge—it is pretty scary.