Terry's talking about cutting his hair off (again), Dorothy Custer turned 101 years old on the zip line in the canyon, and another edition of Terry's Tech Support. Here's what Terry was talking about last week.
You've probably seen Dorothy Custer. Last year, she turned 100 years old and was a guest on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno
That's a pretty hard act to follow. So what do you think Dorothy has planned for her 101st birthday? Well to ride the zip line in the canyon, of course.
Twin Falls resident Dorothy Custer has was named Twin Falls “Pioneer of the Year” and interviewed by Jay Leno twice and she's 100 years old. Next up: she is going to to ride the new zip line in the Snake River Canyon for her 101st birthday.
Everyone is talking about Dorothy zip lining across the canyon for 101th Birthday. She seems to have no fear, which is admirable. I think most of us have a fear of something. Rather we are afraid of spiders, heights or our credit card bills we are all fearful of something.
Teens with smartphones, texting is making us dumb, and a 100 year old is going to ride the zip line across the canyon. Aside from his own personal quest to take down cell phones, here's what Terry was talking about last week.
In late December the Twin Falls City Planning and Zoning Commission granted a special use permit to Magic Valley Flight Simulation to construct a zip-line in the Snake River. The vote to grant the permit was 7 to 1. That decision is now being appealed by a resident near the affected area.