I lived lakefront on a 400-acre lake in Michigan for 10 years, my aunt and uncle live lakefront on Lake Champlain in the summer, and my mom and stepdad just sold a place lakefront on Lake Arrowhead. So water isn't my problem. I used to swim, sail, and waterski in deep water. Used to drive our snowmobiles on the ice too, just like the Ice Road Truckers. After all, "an 18-wheeler is just a big snowmobile". And I have rolled a snowmobile twice, and a 3-wheel golf cart once, but never a car or a semi.
Being underground is not one of my favorites though. Several times now, in Missouri and Kansas, I have had to drive a semi inside a cave. I have driven several miles underground before, the last time to deliver 43,000 lbs of onions to an underground warehouse west of Kansas City. Some of the caves are well lit, this one is not. And then once you go inside of the warehouse, the ceiling is nothing but carved-out rock. And I start looking up at that rock and I realize that there is a billion tons of earth right over my head. I swear, that isn't cool.
Anybody else got an unusual fear or thing that bothers them?
"We stay here, we die here. We've got to keep moving". Trucker Mark