The Sydney Harbor Bridge opened in 1932 and has been an indispensable component of the Sydney skyline ever since. But to truly experience one of the grandest harbors in the entire world, driving across this marvel of engineering isn’t going to cut it. Instead you need to suit up, clip on, and hope you don’t have vertigo and as you climb the steel girders, making your way to the pinnacle of the central arch.
Not far from downtown Tulsa in the Pearl District, there is a place where flannel is the preferred color and beards are the dress code. A place where skills of a bygone era are alive and well, and you might just release a bit of pent-up hostility with a good ol’ fashioned afternoon of axe throwing.