The man who walked across Niagara Falls on a high wire was back in Western New York Wednesday.
"When I walked over the Falls, it changed my career. It changed my life for sure, there's no doubting that," says Nik Wallenda.
Wallenda was at the Erie County Fair to scout out locations where he could potentially perform a high wire walk at the fair next year for its 175th anniversary.
Wallenda was also there to help unveil the theme and poster of next years fair as well as start the official countdown.
"As I went on top of that ferris wheel looking out over the fair, my vision would be to walk on top of the entire fair. Right over the midway and up in the grandstand would be the dream," he says.
While still in the very early planning stages, Wallenda's walk at next year's fair would likely be two-hundred feet up in the air from crane to crane and tether-free.