After a refreshing four hours of sleep on Thursday night, we were all up and ready for morning zip lining adventures. Bea claimed she was going to be scared, but I was pretty sure all four of us were going to love it. (Shocker: I was right.)
The longest (and most fun) line was 1800 feet long and 150 feet off the ground, and required passing through the Pay Attention Pines (as in, "you are about to land your ass on the upcoming platform, so pay attention"). Some of the lines were much shorter and much faster; also fun, but I didn't have nearly as much time to look around and go "holy mother of bacon, I am 150 feet off the ground on a wire and this is SO COOL as long as I don't die."
Bea thought the whole thing was awesome and smiled like a crazy woman the entire time. She got to ride with our guide all day since she didn't weigh enough to propel herself across each line. I, on the other hand, had no problem there...
Dude. It was SO much fun. I now want to zip line everywhere. Considering that I live on top of a big hill and that most of the places we go are at the bottom of the hill, this might work out... (Until I had to get back home, anyway, and then I guess I'll just have to call Lyft or Uber, which is probably equally as fun because hello? Cars with pink mustaches on them?)