(Rich and I coming down the bunny hill…) Haha. We did 2 runs on the bunny hill, then felt we were ready to take on the higher slope. It was still labeled “Beginner” –was even called the Tinkerbell Run, so how hard could it be? There were dozens of little kids (couldn’t have been more than 5-7 yr olds) zipping down it, no poles, so we set out. After wiping out several times each on that first attempt, we felt we couldn’t quit in defeat, so went up Tinkerbell 3 more times. We were feeling a bit more confident by the end of the 4th run, but our bodies were bruised and battered and we retreated back to the bunny slope, where we were AMAZING! We did that sucker 6 times before decided we’d proved our mettle and could proudly call it quits for the day.
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