This is the 19th time that they have ridden on a Segway, and the first Segway tour that they will NEVER take again. The tour guide tried to get them to change their scheduled time to an earlier time but the two RV Gypsies could not because of their time travel. They were told to arrive 1/2 hour before their tour time, and they did, but the tour guide was late.
Then Legree, the tour guide, told Karen Duquette that she could not wear her very thin hat under her helmet, even though she has done so on the other 18 times she has ridden a Segway. He also did not like that her hair was in a pony tail. (It was a very hot day). He said the helmet would not fit right. So Karen put the hat in the car and put her pony tail lower on her head. And guess what! As tightly as Karen secured her helmet, it was lose on her head the whole time. Bull !
The two RV Gypsies were the only two people on this tour, and that may be why Legree tried to get them to join the earlier tour. After listening to the tour guide talk awhile and explain the way to ride a Segway and what not to do on a Segway, they were ready to start the tour. Legree asked if they liked history and Karen said no, not really, they just wanted the Segway experience. But much of the tour was spent 5 to 6 minutes at a time standing still on their Segway listening to history. Karen even interrupted his speeches by asking him to take a photo of them, and he said, "OK, but can I still tell you about ----" and Karen said, keep it brief, which he did not.
At the end of the tour, they did get some free-wheeling time, which was wonderful, but it was in such a small area. If all the two RV Gypsies wanted was a history tour, they would have taken a bus tour, a walking tour or some other kind of tour. A Segway tour needs more time actually riding on a Segway. So if you want a lot of history, this could be a very good tour for you, because Legree was very knowledgable. But if the Segway experience is your goal, as it was for the two RV Gypsies, this is not the correct tour. (And since they were the only 2 people on the tour, the tour guide should have listened to their desires because the two RV Gypsies always tip very well - but maybe not quite so good this time). This is the first time the two RV Gypsies would not return to a particular tour, nor recommend it). Legree really lacked personality and interaction with the two RV Gypsies. But he was very knowledgeable in the area's history, and some facts were interesting.