Bruised tailbone isn't a good time.
Yeah, I have first-hand experience with it, wouldn't recommend it, LOL.Nope!
I had a coworker who broke her's on a snowboard run she was pressured into doing. One of the Ski Patrol guys that responded, the designated medic, was a guy that had asked her out. She was mortified, so much so that she asked me to examine her rear end and 'observe and report'. lol
Was glad I declined, though we ended up hooking up like 2 years later so I still ended up getting familiar with her cash and prizes.
I've never hurt mine, but anytime I get on a sled or slide or whatever, I think back to that as a cautionary tale. Not much they can do I guess, just have to manage pain and wait. No fun at all.
Glad you had a good trip and liked the rolled ice cream!Just got back. Bruised my tailbone riding Goats on the Roof alpine coaster 3 times, played Hillybilly Golf on the side of the mountain and got 2 holes in one, saw bears in the wild twice, did the aquarium and loved the sharks and the penguin parade, did all the suspension bridges at the top of Anakeesta, enjoyed our cabin's indoor pool and the hot tub. Did Easter egg dyeing and hunting with the grandchildren and took everybody to the Melting Pot for Easter feast. Don't care how tourist trap any of it is, we did it all and enjoyed it all.
edit: I forgot the rolled ice dream Exterous recommended - we all liked that.
Since you asked...Where else can I ride Alpine coasters
Oddly, I don't see that on their website. They're just off the Pikes Peak Highway, and maybe they couldn't find enough flat land?or play minigolf on the side of a mountain
No bears - unless a wild one wanders through. They do have reindeer, though, last I checked.or shop in a giant store that has bears living in it?
I thought that was Branson, MO.
With a picture of the world's slowest chairlift.Took this at Gatlinburg. Only rainbow I've ever seen that went straight across.