3. Four words/phrases I use a lot
I’ll give you $1…
Just to give you an idea of how I use the phrase it typically goes down like this.
ME: I’ll give you $1 if you can guess who had toilet paper stuck to her shoe…AGAIN.
Coworker: Ha! You are so wrong.
ME: I’ll give you $1 if you will pour me a glass of wine.
The Scientist: You are such a bum…and a lush. Keep your $1.
Its official. I could be in the Olympics for snow tubing. Watch for me in 2014!
Over the weekend The Scientist and I dressed up in about 10 layers of clothing and hit the slopes at Amesbury Sports Park. Neither of us had been tubing so we were looking for something low key and close by.
For $22 each we were able to get 3-hours of tubing. You have your choice of riding up the people mover, a moving sidewalk that takes you and your tube to the top of the hill.
OR you can sit in your tube and ride up the hill in style.
Once you get to the top of the hill, pick your perfect place to drop your tube, and go to town!
Even though we were bundled up I could feel a few icicles forming on my nose stud. How gross is that!?
We managed to go down quite a few times until our little hands couldn’t take the cold any longer. Brrr!
Tubing=FUN! We decided that our next adventure is going to be learning how to snowboard. I’ve been skiing once and I don’t think two skis are for me. For those in the area, any ideas on where I should go to learn?! What equipment should I bring that I can’t rent?!
Oh, and thank goodness we went on a Saturday. On Sunday I watched Frozen. Oh heck no.
Not the best movie ever but enough to make me rethink going on a ski lift a little. EEK!
Hope you had a great weekend! Give me some snowboarding tips!
PS. I took a video of the two of us flying down the hill. Unfortunately I cackle like the witch from the Wizard of Oz for the entire video. HA! Next time!