Part 1: The rest will come tonight when I get home from work!
Yesterday, Carnage was going to come down for some rides on the Silver Comet and Crazy Mouse, since he had never been to Martin's Fantasy Island. We were going to take advantage of the cheap 5 pm admission. However, when Paul got to the park, it was closed due to inclement weather. Apparently sunny and 65 degrees was not good enough for Marty! Hehe. Anyway, we were thinking about going to Marineland, but they don't have cheap evening admission. So like any respectable credit whore would do, we decided to take a little road trip to Seabreeze in Rochester, which ended up being about a 90 minute drive.
The park was very small and "ghetto", but their coasters were very well maintained, and I had an enjoyable time. This is definitely not a park I could spend a whole day at; however, the credit whoring was easy and their coasters are pretty fun, so I will probably go back there at some point in the future.
We brought our cameras on the rides, after specifically asking the Jack Rabbit ride op "Can we bring our cameras on the ride?" After that, whenever we brought our cameras on, we made sure they were in plain view and obviously in our hands when the ops were checking our restraints. So don't go yelling at us for breaking any rules.
On the way, we passed the exit for Darien Lake.
The helpful signs made sure we wouldn't get lost. However, there was one sign that pointed straight and to the left at the same time that sort of confused us.
Woot! We're here! And I see flyers! I'm excited
Paul takes forever to do stuff. At PCW it was the soda machine; at Seabreeze, it was getting his camera ready.
Cute park entrance.
This was my first flyer experience. It was pretty tame and slow.
First credit of the season!! YES!
The very first ride was the only time the train would be full.
Reverse lift hill POV shot!
Jack Rabbit is a fun little ride with a cool tunnel. In the front seat there is a little bit of gentle air to be had.
There's Bear Trax, which had a ride op that wouldn't let us ride.
This was the only time we saw the ride operating when we were there!
Whirlwind, a Maurer Sohne spinning coaster
This was my first spinning coaster, and I really liked it!
CoasterCrazy wrote:If you like spinning coasters you are going to love the Wild Mouse at South Pier!
You being serious? I haven't been on it but its no different to any other Reverchon Mouse, there would be more of them on the UK trip but Pleasurewood Hills removed theirs and the one Lightwater Valley maybe closed temporarly, I dunno.
Any nice pics, I must say Nicola, you have one hell of a smile.
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