I would like to do Texas, but I kind of hope it isn't chosen for 2014 because I'll then be forced to choose between that and Mini New Hotness (I can't do both). At least that's not a bad problem to have as I'll be on a trip either way.
As for the other two, I live in California so West Coast has no interest to me. Pacific Northwest is one I would have been interested in before, but after visiting three of the five parks on the trip this year and having no desire to return to them my interest in the trip is much less, and it being the most expensive of the one week trips doesn't help. For anyone considering it, however, even though all the parks are small up there, the Pacific Northwest has some very interesting ones.
Top 5 Steel: Bizarro (SFNE), Nitro, Apollo's Chariot, Maverick, Banshee Top 5 Wood: Boulder Dash, El Toro, Thunderhead, Gold Striker, Lightning Racer Top 3 Parks: Holiday World, Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Cedar Point TPR Trips: IntimidaTour 2010, North East Trip 2011, LeviaTHON 2012, Mini Tours 2014 (New Hotness & East Coast)
PNW really intrigues me (I voted "somewhat interested" as I'd love to do it yet am currently not at the point that I can commit to it), I've heard great things about Tremors and Timber Terror, and especially PNE's Coaster. I am really hoping that it becomes a confirmed tour, but if not, there's always Mini New Hotness as my backup choice.
larrygator wrote:Also, Coaster at Playland will not disappoint.
I couldn't agree more, great coaster. Honestly, the Pacific Northwest may have the least amount of credits of the trips offered, but what it does have to offer is 3 of the best wooden coasters in North America. ...Coaster at Playland (4th on my wooden coaster list), Timber Terror (7th on my list), and Tremors (8th on my list). ...Not bad at all.
Edit: Not to mention Timberhawk at Wild Waves being a surprisingly good ride.
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I want to do the Mini Hotness tour, and if I could add one more it would be Texas. Hopefully nothing tragic happens next year and both RMCs will be up and running. I wonder if Schlitterbahn will be included on the Texas trip (if it happens) or be offered as a add-on?
The only park that interests me on the NW trip is Silverwood so I'm out on that trip, although going to Vancouver again would be cool. And I live in CA so if I'm going to spend big bucks on a trip, it's going to be far away from here, so I am out of the West Coast trip. Although the West Coast trip would be great for those that don't live here or haven't been here before, so I understand the demand for that trip. Either way, I am most likely at least doing the Mini Hotness tour.
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Blue Fire Guy wrote:PNW really intrigues me (I voted "somewhat interested" as I'd love to do it yet am currently not at the point that I can commit to it), I've heard great things about Tremors and Timber Terror, and especially PNE's Coaster. I am really hoping that it becomes a confirmed tour, but if not, there's always Mini New Hotness as my backup choice.
PNW does sound interesting. While I know Silverwood is kind of in its own corner of the world and knowing nothing about the area, a TPR trip sounds perfect in making a trip there worth while.
^Tell me about it! I pretty much need Lagoon and Playland and major North America is done for me! Hurts that I've been to SLC probably 25 times in my life and never done the park! Plus I'll be in Vancouver next year and not hit up the park!
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