Photo TR: Paul and Stacy visit Western Pennsylvania

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Re: Photo TR: Paul and Stacy visit Western Pennsylvania

Postby shivtim » Mon Nov 17, 2014 11:40 pm

^they're all within a two hour drive of Pittsburgh. But honestly this was a bit much for one weekend; it only worked because we both already had been to Kennywood, and I'd already been to Lakemont and Del Grosso's. I think three days is easily enough to hit all of these parks if you've never been. Lots of credits, unique rides, and a couple of awesome coasters!

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Re: Photo TR: Paul and Stacy visit Western Pennsylvania

Postby The Great Zo » Sat Dec 06, 2014 8:53 pm

Great report Paul. Congrats on #600 and to Stacy on #175. Loved the "POV" shots from the SBNO toboggan, and how lucky for Stacy who's now been on two -- and seen three! Plenty enough for one coaster career.

I still need to make it to all of those parks some day, especially since they aren't that far away. Shame some of the ops weren't better but when you're with good people you can make it work anyway. :)
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Re: Photo TR: Paul and Stacy visit Western Pennsylvania

Postby cfc » Sun Dec 07, 2014 8:09 am

Just getting caught up on this report. I'm a bit intrigued by the Wild Mouse at Idlewild, largely due to its tilted lift hill. And they still haven't unloaded all that old Geauga Lake merchandise at Conneaut? (You can also buy back issues of ACE's newsletter there.) Waldameer is worth visiting just for Ravine Flyer II alone, but I like the Wacky Shack and Pirate's Cove, too.


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