Are you feeling adventurous these days, and ready for a new challenge? I am up for anything as long as it does not include heights.  If you're like me, when we were kids we would go on any ride, and take risks we would not do as adults.  One thing I could never do is jump out of a plane in a parachute.  The adrenalin is supposed to be great, but it's a risk I would not be willing to take, yikes. Not a fan of heights these days.

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Get Ready To Fly In Novi

One thing I would try, and actually looking forward to doing for the first time is indoor skydiving.  Get ready because you can do it soon right here in Michigan without having to jump out of an airplane, yep it's Michigan’s first indoor skydiving complex ready to open later this month according to mlive.com.

When All The Fun Starts

The first day to try it will be Saturday, July 24 at  26975 Adell Center Drive in Novi. The indoor skydiving complex lets folks ages 3 and up and those with disabilities experience the fun of flying.

As the first iFLY to open in Michigan, this facility is the most innovative tunnel in the world and will attract the novice, as well as very accomplished flyers,” said Bob Ash, GM of iFLY Detroit. “We fully anticipate people from around the world will come to Detroit to experience the Gen 9 technology which makes this an exemplary tunnel.

iFLY hours are Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., Friday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. – 9 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.  For more info go to iflyworld.com.

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