US Couple ties the knot in daring ceremony above Utah canyon

09:52  06 february  2018
09:52  06 february  2018 Source:   CBS News

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LODI, Utah -- Ryan Jenks and Kimberly Weglin tied the knot after first tying a few loose ends. Literally. According to CBS Sacramento, the couple from Lodi, Utah , are The daring duo balanced on a 2,000-square-foot spacenet to echo "I do" above the canyon in a December ceremony .

So naturally, they chose to have their wedding ceremony 400 feet above a canyon in the Moab, Utah , desert, held up only by a spiderweb of ropes. As one does. Could you think of a better place for this pair of slacklining frequenters to tie the knot ?

Ryan Jenks and Kimberly Wegin tied the knot while balancing on a 2,000-square-foot spacenet high above a canyon in Utah.: canyon-wedding.jpg © CBS Sacramento / Scott Rogers canyon-wedding.jpg

LODI, Utah -- Ryan Jenks and Kimberly Weglin tied the knot after first tying a few loose ends. Literally.

According to CBS Sacramento, the couple from Lodi, Utah, are professional highliners -- slacklining, but at a high elevation. It's been described as "trying to walk on a rubber band."

The daring duo balanced on a 2,000-square-foot spacenet to echo "I do" above the canyon in a December ceremony. 

Under their feet was nothing but a 400-foot drop down to the ground.

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