I took EvaBear on a ride down the Alpine Slide during the Evolution of Women in Social Media ending night party. The party was sponsored by Bush’s Beans and we had a Western/Cowboy theme, it was fun.

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7 Responses to “Riding the Alpine Slide at Evo’10”

  1. Sean says:

    wow. seems it was fun… 🙂 Nice one..

  2. Alex says:

    Wooowww, how long did that ride lasted?? :))
    I never tried this, but it looks awesome…
    I think something like this doesn’t exist in a part of the world where I live in, really awesome
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  3. Tracy says:

    I want to do that! It looks like so much fun.
    Look at what Tracy wrote blog post ..It’s Funky- Freaky Friday- Fashion’s Oddest Finds- Right Here-

    • Drew says:

      It was very fun, wish I was a bit more courageous can could go faster. When I was going along I hit the brakes a lot.

  4. Annie Y says:

    That looked wicked awesome but it made me nauseous watching it. Between the squealing wheels and the flipping of the camera it did a number to my nerves and belly but I think I would have enjoyed it.
    Look at what Annie Y wrote blog post ..I think I just threw up in my mouth a little

    • Drew says:


      Yeah that is a nauseating video. I couldn’t watch it all the way through. It was a fun ride though.

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