Why do I love history? Well, it's because we may not be able to jump in a time machine and, see all of these things, and meet all of the people who are now long dead for our selfs, but we can look at artifacts, but we can still make a connection with all of them by learning about their lives. They didn't live the same lives as we do now and that's part of the appeal of almost going to a new world, but the only difference is that you're in the history classroom and not maths.
So obviously this picture isn't me. But I do love to slackline. I do it most days for at least an hour. I am still trying to do most tricks, but I can jump and run if that's even possible on a line. I really enjoy it because it gives me a chance to listen to my music without really having to do much but walk excusing the flailing of my arms in the air trying to find my balance. It also tricks you into exercising. On the line there are many different "settings" that you can put it on you can have a really loose or really tight. I normally have it really loose which means it's a lot harder to walk on, imagine walking on a moving floor. It's also the hardest of all the options, and it's a lot harder learn tricks on.