Ever been paintballing? part 2

Anyway, the whole point of my telling that ropes course story was so that I could mention that, although I’ve never been, the Women’s Retreat also offered paintballing—something I definitely would’ve signed up for if I hadn’t had this dream of climbing The Centurion.

I think, for the non-sportsman (or non-sportswoman), paintballing is a lot like snow skiing, snowboarding, surfing, or water skiing—you should probably do it at least once in your life, just so you can say you did it. And who knows, you may really enjoy it, right? And for the person who really gets into it, there are some great places to buy paintballs [link removed, see below], guns, and other equipment.

I think maybe I should put paintballing on my list, since I’ve checked off The Centurion. What do you think? Have you ever been paintballing? Want to take me next time you go?

EDIT 31 January 2011: Long story short, the advertiser didn’t like this post, so I’m removing the link to their website since I’m not going to send them traffic from here for free. Tough luck, suckers.

Viannah E. Duncan

Viannah E. Duncan is a writer and activist hailing originally from Los Angeles. She lives outside of Baltimore, Maryland, and holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Wilkes University. She has a cat, Cleo.

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