Wallender, who comes from a family of tightrope walkers, prepared for his historic tightrope walk by spending the morning tightening the tightropes. “Once the tightropes were really tight, I knew the tightrope walk would be a breeze as long as the breeze didn’t get too breezy” said Wallender.
“As it happened, the breeze did get a bit breezy, and I prayed to Jesus that the breezes would ease up” remarked Wallender. “I felt I was really ‘walking the tightrope’ as I walked the tightrope, but then I remembered how well I had tightened the tightropes so the last part of the tightrope walk was a breeze despite the breeze.”
The crowd was in wonder as Wallender didn’t fall off, or under. “It would have been the end of Wallender if he fell off or under before the wall end” said William Wender. “One sneeze in the breeze sees him deceased.”
“Awesome effort” said Orson Offord. “Thanks to the carefully tightened tightropes the tightrope walk was a piece of cake walk in the park.”