Country sweetheart Carrie Underwood proved that her hockey-playing husband, Mike Fisher, isn't the only one who can rough it! Carrie took a break in between tour dates to join Mike and some pals for some zip lining fun near Boise, Idaho, on Oct. 8."They called and requested a private tour, which meant they had to pay for 10 people even though there were only six people," says Eric Faull, the owner of Zip Idaho in Horseshoe Bend, to Life & Style. "None of us knew who they were and at one point in the tour I asked, are you guys in a band or something? Of course I had heard of her when they said her name! For a little town like this to have someone like them in town is a big deal. It doesn't happen very often."Mike, who has a break from hockey because of the NHL lockout, made light of the situation with his friends. "They were saying things like, "Don't get hurt on this line or you won't be able to play this season!'" their tour guide, Joe Kennedy, tells Life & Style. "Mike was joking around and being very energetic."Mike also took advantage of the extra time to spend with his wife."Carrie and Mike would cuddle and go off together to take pictures of the scenery," Joe says. "They had a security guard and a chauffeur but they didn't make a big deal about it. They were trying to stay incognito."The couple made sure to document their excursion — posting pictures on Twitter (Carrie tweeted the inset shot above with the caption "Cute cute!") and even buying some photos from Zip Idaho before dining at Sonora, a Mexican restaurant in town."They were very friendly — Carrie and the whole staff," Eric says. "She signed some autographs and took pictures with some kids. They were all very nice."
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