Been There, Zipped That

We did it . . . here’s a quick photo album of our zip-lining adventures at Wimberly Zipline Adventures.


The birthday girls . . . (okay, it’s not until next month, but we’re milkin’ it).


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My whole gang: daughter Caitlin, me, husband Tom, sis Sharon, and son Ben.


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Guide, Mike, hooks Sharon up to jump. She says “I was born to Zip!”


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And Caitlin’s next with Ben supervising . . .


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The view from the top . . .


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See . . . I really did jump.


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Ben nails the landing.


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Chillin’ between jumps.


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If I did this Facebook thing right, you can view all of our photos in these two albums: Zip Lining and Zip Lining Part Two.


Our guides at Wimberly Zipline Adventures were fantastic, and they made us feel very safe. We had five separate jumps from 250 feet to 875 feet long. Our maximum height off the ground was 100 feet, and we went as fast at 35 miles an hour across those cables. We’ll be back!

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