My mom took us ziplining for Easter at Big Bear. Yes, this is the same mom who took me skydiving during Christmas Break. She is definitely not a pansy! I actually think she is now considered an adrenaline junkie.
We went to Action Zipline Tours and they were fantastic. We could not have asked for a better group of people to hook us up and let us zip around. My mom, sister, 2 nieces, 2 daughters, and myself got to go for 3 hours and we all wanted to keep going when it was over.
Here is our crew right before the first zipline. Not too sure that helmet would have saved us- I think it was for show.
Here is the Adrenaline Junky!
This picture is a perfect example of how it does not matter your age – your sister will always try to get you. My dear sister had the zipline guy jump crazy on that very “stable” bridge as I was walking across. SCARY!!!
We are high up!
My sister could totally work at this place too!
This last picture cracks me up. This is our group sitting on the side of the road 1/2 way down Big Bear Mountain. Apparently, when driving downhill, you need to coast more so you don’t ride your brakes. As I was driving down, we started smelling something hot. I stopped my 2001 mini-van (jealous?) and saw smoke coming out of the 2 front tires. So of course we put some water in the coolant because that seemed to be the practical thing to do and waited a little bit. We took off and in about 10 minutes, we could smell a super strong smoking, burning, we are all gonna die, hot smell. We pulled over and smoke was pumping out of the tires. Long story short, really nice man stopped, told me about switching gears and not to hit brakes, we let van cool for almost 1 hour and made it down alive! Thank you Larry!!! AND it cracks me up that I completely caused this problem. Lesson learned!
A great day of ziplining, family, and automotive repairs! Thanks Mom!!!!