Keana Farms Morning Ride (Thorough)

Everything must be completely filled out. If you have questions about anything, it is always better to ask than to assume. Enjoy the morning ride!

Name *
Name
Start of Line 1
S1 - Staircase *
Check for cracks in the welds, bolts, and steps; make sure everything is secure and tight
S1 - Platform Health *
Check for loose boards, wood that needs to be re-stained, screws sticking up; make sure gates are properly working; overall make sure nothing is loose on the platform
S1 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
S1 - Guy, Belay, and Tension Cables *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
S1 - Zip Line Cable *
Visually/physically check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
S1 - 360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary
Visual/Sit Test *
Look down the zip line to check for things on the line; if clear, perform "sit test". Make sure to do this before zipping. If you have any doubts about zipping, radio to rescue immediately.
End of Line 1
E1 - Zip Line Cable *
Visually/physically check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E1 - ZIPKEA Check *
Check for corrosion, damage (major dents or cracks), and loose screws
E1 - Prusik Rope *
Check for fraying or damage where it connects to the cable
E1 - Guy, Belay, and Tension Cables *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E1 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
E1 - Platform Health *
Check for loose boards, wood that needs to be re-stained, screws sticking up; make sure gates are properly working; overall make sure nothing is loose on the platform
E1 - 360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary
E1 - Staircase *
Check for cracks in the welds, bolts, and steps; make sure everything is secure and tight
E1 - Rappel *
Check connection, looking for rusting/eroding carabiners and other hardware; check rope for frays, soft spots, loose knots, and shrinking; check speed of descent
Start of Line 2
S2 - Platform Health *
Check for loose boards, wood that needs to be re-stained, screws sticking up; make sure gates are properly working; overall make sure nothing is loose on the platform
S2 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
S2 - Guy, Belay, and Tension Cables *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
S2 - Zip Line Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
S2 - 360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary
Visual/Sit Test *
Look down the zip line to check for things on the line; if clear, perform "sit test". Make sure to do this before zipping. If you have any doubts about zipping, radio to rescue immediately.
End of Line 2
E2 - Zip Line Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E2 - ZIPKEA Check *
Check for corrosion, damage (major dents or cracks), and loose screws
E2 - Prusik Rope *
Check for fraying or damage where it connects to the cable
E2 - Guy, Belay, and Tension Cables *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E2 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
E2 - Platform Health *
Check for loose boards, wood that needs to be re-stained, screws sticking up; make sure gates are properly working; overall make sure nothing is loose on the platform
E2 - 360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary
E2 - Rappel/True Blue *
Check for rusting/eroding carabiners, True Blue connection to course, speed of decent, and thoroughly check webbing for fraying or any other damage. Take pictures if necessary.
Start of Line 3
S3 - Platform Health *
Check for loose boards, wood that needs to be re-stained, screws sticking up; make sure gates are properly working; overall make sure nothing is loose on the platform
S3 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
S3 - Guy, Belay, and Tension Cables *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
S3 - Zip Line Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
S3 - 360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary
Visual/Sit Test *
Look down the zip line to check for things on the line; if clear, perform "sit test". Make sure to do this before zipping. If you have any doubts about zipping, radio to rescue immediately.
End of Line 3
E3 - Zip Line Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E3 - ZIPKEA Check *
Check for corrosion, damage (major dents or cracks), and loose screws
E3 - Prusik Rope *
Check for fraying or damage where it connects to the cable
E3 - Guy, Belay, and Tension Cables *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E3 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
E3 - Platform Health *
Check for loose boards, wood that needs to be re-stained, screws sticking up; make sure gates are properly working; overall make sure nothing is loose on the platform
E3 - 360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary
Start of Line 4
S4 - Zip Line Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
S4 - Visual/Sit Test *
Look down the zip line to check for things on the line; if clear, perform "sit test". Make sure to do this before zipping. If you have any doubts about zipping, radio to rescue immediately.
End of Line 4
E4 - Zip Line Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E4 - ZIPKEA Check *
Check for corrosion, damage (major dents or cracks), and loose screws
E4 - Prusik Rope *
Check for fraying or damage where it connects to the cable
E4 - Guy, Belay, and Tension Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E4 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
E4 - Platform Health *
Check for loose boards, wood that needs to be re-stained, screws sticking up; make sure gates are properly working; overall make sure nothing is loose on the platform
E4 - 360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary
E4 - Check everything that we need more of:
E4 - Water Level *
E4 - Boardwalk *
Check for overall boardwalk health (loose boards or screws, stain on handrails, metal on railing) as well as excess pine needles or fallen branches
Ascension
Ascension *
Make sure everything is properly set up and ready for the first tour; check the knots connected to the device as well as the state of the rope; check the carabiners (particularly the steels) and look for erosion
Start of Line 5
S5 - Platform Health *
Check for loose boards, wood that needs to be re-stained, screws sticking up; make sure gates are properly working; overall make sure nothing is loose on the platform
S5 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
S5 - Guy, Belay, and Tension Cables *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
S5 - Zip Line Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
S5 - 360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary
S5 - Visual/Sit Test *
Look down the zip line to check for things on the line; if clear, perform "sit test". Make sure to do this before zipping. If you have any doubts about zipping, radio to rescue immediately.
End of Line 5
E5 - Zip Line Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E5 - ZIPKEA Check *
Check for corrosion, damage (major dents or cracks), and loose screws
E5 - Prusik Rope *
Check for fraying or damage where it connects to the cable
E5 - Guy, Belay and Tension Cables *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E5 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
E5 - Platform Health *
Check for loose boards, wood that needs to be re-stained, screws sticking up; make sure gates are properly working; overall make sure nothing is loose on the platform
E5 - 360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary
E5 - Check everything that we need more of:
E5 - Water Level *
Start of Line 6
S6 - Staircase *
Check for cracks in the welds, bolts, and steps; make sure everything is secure and tight
S6 - Platform Health *
Check for loose boards, wood that needs to be re-stained, screws sticking up; make sure gates are properly working; overall make sure nothing is loose on the platform
S6 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
S6 - Guy, Belay, and Tension Cables *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
S6 - Zip Line Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
S6 - 360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary
S6 - Visual/Sit Test *
Look down the zip line to check for things on the line; if clear, perform "sit test". Make sure to do this before zipping. If you have any doubts about zipping, radio to rescue immediately.
End of Line 6
E6 - Zip Line Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E6 - ZIPKEA Check *
Check for corrosion, damage (major dents or cracks), and loose screws
E6 - Prusik Rope *
Check for fraying or damage where it connects to the cable
E6 - Guy, Belay, and Tension Cables *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E6 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
E6 - Platform Health *
E6 - 360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary
Sky Bridge *
Check belay line connections, ropes, and bridge planks
Start of Line 7
S7 - Staircase *
Check for cracks in the welds, bolts, and steps; make sure everything is secure and tight
S7 - Platform Health *
Check for loose boards, wood that needs to be re-stained, screws sticking up; make sure gates are properly working; overall make sure nothing is loose on the platform
S7 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
S7 - Guy, Belay, and Tension Cables *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
S7 - Zip Line Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
S7 - 360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary
S7 - Visual/Sit Test *
Look down the zip line to check for things on the line; if clear, perform "sit test". Make sure to do this before zipping. If you have any doubts about zipping, radio to rescue immediately.
End of Line 7
E7 - Zip Line Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E7 - ZIPKEA Check *
Check for corrosion, damage (major dents or cracks), and loose screws
E7 - Prusik Rope *
Check for fraying or damage where it connects to the cable
E7 - Guy, Belay, and Tension Cables *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E7 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
E7 - Platform Health *
Check for loose boards, wood that needs to be re-stained, screws sticking up; make sure gates are properly working; overall make sure nothing is loose on the platform
E7 - 360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary.
End of Line 8
E8 - Zip Line Cable *
Visual/physical check connections for movement, proper tension, erosion/rust on cable, fist grips, and swages; fist grips should have 2-3 threads showing; check swages for cracks and/or slipping
E8 - ZIPKEA Check *
Check for corrosion, damage (major dents or cracks), and loose screws
E8 - Prusik Ropes *
Check for fraying or damage where it connects to the cable
E8 - Poles *
Check for excess cracks or rot
E8 - Rappel/True Blue *
Check for rusting/eroding carabiners, True Blue connection to course, speed of decent, and thoroughly check webbing for fraying or any other damage. Take pictures if necessary.
360° Check *
Look for dead/fallen branches above or on the platform and zip line; look for bee hives; give the area a quick general inspection for anything out of the ordinary.