Sorry never hear about it.The photo is from a park- http://mariaberg-garden.blogspot.com/2010/06/tradgardsresa-1-sofiero.htmlIt did get a award the most beautiful park in Europe 2009!Lots of fun with the out-of town people. And the hike look very fun/nice to walk.When your sister stay in Scotland it is not that long by plane to Sweden - hope she will come visit.MBPs. Have you done the apple pie.
Same here - never even heard of it until this moment! Looks scary but fun.
I think I'd feel like a giant hamster....but in a good way!
You have me stumped!
I'm googling! If you live in TN you can do this. I'll let you know! :-)
That's what I found too, I can't find any info for our area. It has to be here! :-)
Maria, I'm making the cake tomorrow. I have the apples already. Can't wait! :-)
Hi Laura,I am a representative of ZORB - the company that has developed the sport of globe riding (rolling down a hill in a large inflatable ball) since 1995.The only ZORB location in the US is in Pigeon Forge, TN - see www.zorb.com/smoky for more info.There are some 'copy-cat' operators that claim to be affiliated with us, however we are aware that some of these are unsafe operations. I would recommend visiting our website for more information.Hope this helps!ZORB Guru
First off...how cool! Absolutely love it! I am going to TN! Next, how did you get Zorb to comment on your blog...super duper cool!
Pigeon Forge is a very popular vacation destination for the people that live back there. If you do go back there to go Zorbing (looks really fun!) I'm sure you would have lots of fun. But it is really hot and humid in the summertime back there-so maybe fall or spring would be a better time to go. ; ) Just my 2 cents.Fun website to check out: http://www.pigeonforge.com/
Holy cow.....that's crazy! Knowing how well I handle roller coasters, I'm thinking this would be a bit hard on my tummy.
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