93 Year Old Raymond Tackles Go Ape Crathes Castle
We love an inspirational tale here at Banana HQ.
Every now and again we hear about something so fantastic, that we have to rise from our seats and applaud. Andy Murray's Wimbledon win. Tim Peake's historic space landing. That dog from Southend who can skateboard.
But a few weeks ago, we heard a story that really knocked us sideways.
When Louise Finlayson decided to celebrate her 21st birthday at Go Ape Crathes Castle, her grandpa Raymond was determined to not miss out on the fun.
Reminding us that age really is just a number ...
93-year-old Raymond became the oldest ever Tribesman to take on a Go Ape course. The inspirational nonagenarian enjoyed every second of his visit, completing both the zip wire and the Tarzan swing.
Raymond said: "I don't think age should ever be a barrier and I am always keen to try something new. Now that I have been to Go Ape and know what to expect I will be better prepared for my next visit, when I am planning on completing the rest of the course.
Wow. Here's to Raymond, and all the other adventurous silverbacks out there reminding us that there is no limit to the human spirit.
Adventure is available for apes of all ages over one metre tall. Book your next forest experience.