Some friends and I are thinking of going to Haunt Thanksgiving weekend. I’ve never been before. How busy is it typically? Would the Sunday night likely be less busy than the Saturday? How busy are the rides?
Stocking Stuffers and Festive Funnel Cakes are open now at Canada's Wonderland. Yesterday, I ate an Egg Nog Funnel Cake. It had egg nog drizzle, a gingerbread cookie, pomegranate seeds, red and green sprinkles, and ice cream. mmmmmm . . . They also have Candy Cane and GingerBread Funnel Cakes. The Stocking Stuffers shop looks beautiful. I know they have to set up in advance, but I am going to have a Candy Cane Funnel Cake at Halloween Haunt. I am taking my group on the first weekend. This is the earliest I have ever gone to Haunt, but after the experience from last year. It was ridiculously busy last year so I am going to see just how empty everyone says it is on the first weekend. I am also going on Canadian Thanksgiving weekend.
^ That's cool. Three years ago, I bought Christmas tree ornaments, on display, in both Disneyland and Knott's. So that happens everywhere, obviously. But still, to find it in mid-September, still seems kind of wierd to me, lol.
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