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SALT LAKE CITY -- KSL TV's morning team took the next step in the series, "I'll Try Anything Once." It calls for the anchors to try something new, using suggestions from viewers.
Last week Meteorologist Grant Weyman responded to one viewer's dare to sing live on-air.
This week traffic reporter Andy Farnsworth agreed to try paragliding.
When it was over, Andy said, "I've seen this view before, being in the traffic plane for a long time, but this was the first time I've had that view with nothing between my eyes and the ground."
"It was an intense feeling," he added.
He says he learned a few things while he was paragliding.
"I learned that there's cold air and there's warm air. Now, I knew this, but I could actually feel the difference," he said.
Play the video to see Andy's experience.