Harness, check, Helmet, check, gloves, check
I was getting into the gear while Heather zipped, so I missed it. This is another woman who went later.
and of course, the adventure would not be complete without a souvenir photo. Yes, that is me, giddy from the adrenaline rush. Later in the day, it got quite busy and there were a lot of kids trying it (you have to be 8 and over). For me, it was the most bang for my buck (it's free!)
As to be expected at a such a show, there was a LOT of golf stuff - including a mini driving range
I could not figure out what was up with this guy's hair. He was working at one of the golf booths, and then I saw another guy with the same look and realized it was some sort of furry wig-attachment to his golf visor.
Goodlife Fitness has some demo fitness classes going on, and to my delight, there was local musician Pete Tangredi, (The Cool Mothers) sweating in a spin class
Part two of this post will be up tomorrow, featuring the nicest horse ever, and some very Row-bust women. In the meantime, the Sports and Recreation Show continues tomorrow, from 9 am - 5 pm at the Western Fairgrounds. Admission is $5.