Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 30 minutes or less
Parking: Parking lot
Brands Used: Zapata racing flyboard, Yamaha
Recommended Age Group: Adults
Pro Tip: Arrive dressed in swim attire with shoes or sandals.
What is one fun, unusual fact about your business?
It looks hard, but the truth is, most people are up on the board flying in just a few minutes.
What special training do you or your staff have?
I am a certified Zapata Racing Flyboard Instructor and a U.S. Navy recue swimmer and veteran. I'm also CPR certified.
What is the experience customers can expect, and how do you make it special?
Having traveled to many places and done so many things, this is one of the most exciting things that I have tried. In fact, I liked it so much that I decided to share it with others.
Trainers Kimberly Carter, Rachel Lecture, and Sarah Boudreaux willed Bramblewood Stables into being through hard work, fortuitous circumstances, and the bonds of friendship. Bramblewood's cadre of skilled instructors tailor riding programs around classical dressage, balancing the relationship between horse and rider through empathy, understanding, and trust falls. ARIA-certified instructors Kimberly Carter and Rachel Lecture elucidate the art of hunt-seat riding, emphasizing flat work leading to jumping. As horse and rider explore well-lit dressage and jumping rings and more than 80 acres of scenic trails, trainers guide steeds and their owners through programs geared toward the breaking of younger horses, balancing older horses, and performing maintenance on coin-operated horses.
League bowling is alive and well at Wade Hampton Lanes. There are morning and late-night leagues, church and practice leagues, leagues for men and seniors and youths, and even a league for homeschoolers and their families. This roster is a testament to the broad range of people who enjoy bowling at the center, where 32 synthetic lanes also attract casual bowlers, especially during events such as the creepy cosmic bowling that takes place on Halloween weekend. When these bowlers aren't picking up splits or pouring concrete in the gutters, they're playing video games in the arcade, browsing the pro shop, or noshing on wings and sipping draft Yuengling brews in the bar and grill.