He didn't think that looked too bad, so he said yes. I don't think he realized it was a zip-line adventure.
When we got to the place, they got us all set up with our gear, then got us into a van:
We went a couple of exits down the highway until we got to their base camp and got into a Panzer Tank for our wild and crazy ride up and down dirt roads to the beginning of the zip-line course.
Our guide's name was Josh, and he was insane! He was having a blast scaring the heck out of us as he drove like a maniac on the dirt roads, saying things like, "I can't believe they let me drive this thing!"
We finally got to the zip-line course and after a very quick lesson, they started sending us down the zip-lines. Josh once again made the whole thing a lot of fun with his antics.....ie....yelling "oh wait!" just as one of the girls stepped off the platform.
You were able to "steer" the zip-line.....basically turning the handle to try and keep yourself facing forward. Hubby said he spent every trip down the zip-line doing a 360!
There was one tree-house
The last zip-line was a free-fall trust drop stepping backwards off the platform! At the end, they had to wheel out a big ladder to get us down off the line.
We both made it back in one piece! Huge kudos to Hubby for going along with my craziness. He did a fantastic job for someone who's not too fond of heights....or scary adventures!