Photo TR: Behemoth/Ravine Flyer Trip

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Photo TR: Behemoth/Ravine Flyer Trip

Postby natatomic » Mon Aug 11, 2008 9:45 pm

It's official, I'm hooked on TPR trips.

I realize that there have already been about 87 TRs started for this trip already (and how weird is that, since there were actually only about 50 of us there?), so I won't go into too much detail here in the actual report for now. I think that's pretty much been done.

But let me be another to say how INCREDIBLY AWESOME the TPR trips truly are. I tend to favor Disney/Universal/Busch parks, with their intense levels of theming/ambiance/technology/general awesomeness/etc., so I wasn't sure if I'd find these smaller parks as enjoyable, but - oh my gosh - NEVER in my life have I underestimated something SO MUCH. My eyes have been opened to a whole new world of amusement parks thanks to R&E, and I'm already looking into selling my eggs so that I can afford another TPR trip for next year.

You read that right. And it'd be totally worth it.

Day 1: Seabreeze
Day 2: Darien Lake
Day 2: Martin's Fantasy Island
Day 3: Canada's Wonderland
Day 4: Marineland & Waldameer
Day 5: Idlewild
Day 5: Lakemont Park
Day 5: DelGrosso's

But yes, here are the photos for Day 1: Seabreeze. A charming park, as are most parks that size, as I came to learn. Enjoy.
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I didn't take a picture of the entrance of the park apparently, so let's just jump right into it with a coaster shot. Yes, jump, perhaps as a Jack Rabbit would.
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Oh, that's the name of this ride? For serious? Wow, talk about coincidence.
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Ooo, I'd like to pull that ride-op's lever.
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Here's a first for one of my trip reports - a photo of people who were actually on the trip! And even more rare - a photo of ME on the trip!

Man, what a time to be alive.
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I finally got to meet the women of Tums.
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As well as this weirdo.
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That girl in the middle seems rather petrified, but come on lady! YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT FEAR IS.
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My first spinning Maurer Söhne, and it did not disappoint.
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Honestly, these coasters put spinning wild mice to shame.
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I think life would be a lot more exciting if actual cars spun like this.
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Man, I loved going down backwards.

Yeaaaah, your mom liked going down backwards last night. (that was for you, Neil)
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This ride was cute. Note the lack of other adjectives.
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See? Cute. I'd like to gut one of these cars and convert it into a crib for my future children.
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If you just glance at it quickly and don't think too much about it, it kind of looks like a real ghetto Expedition Everest.

But, really...don't think about it. It just won't work that way.
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I don't think construction gets much more slapdash than this. Seriously, did these people never hear of a level?
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Yes, you know what kind of shot this is.
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Okay, I'm probably not giving this coaster the credit it deserves. It is fun. Exhilarating? No, but fun? Sure.
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Don't be fooled by this log flume's short stature - this was one of the most intense drops I've ever been on, flume-wise.

Hah... "flume-wise." That's a word I need to start incorporating into everyday conversation.
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Screamin' Eagle. [/caption]
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I dunno...I liked this photo...
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Two TPR credit whores in this photo, and only one got a fun kid. I can't say much though, my stolen child didn't hold his arms up either.
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Oooo...nighttime, slow-shutter magic!
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televisedconfession took the remaining photos in this TR. He didn't want to ride the Himalaya, so I let him play with my camera while those of us who weren't little sissy girls went for a ride.
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And there you go - Seabreeze and the start of the B/RF trip. Darien Lake up next, but knowing me, it's gonna take a while.

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Postby Y2J2003Y2J » Mon Aug 11, 2008 9:55 pm

Great photos and great TR. I want to go on one of these trips but I don't have the money to do so. I like the slow shutter shots and the sun silhouette station shot. :airtime:

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Postby kraken613 » Mon Aug 11, 2008 9:56 pm

Great pictures but great descriptions! lol

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Postby STR8FXXXINEDGE » Mon Aug 11, 2008 10:27 pm

These are some very nice pictures!
I'm excited to see the rest.

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Postby Mr. Starr » Tue Aug 12, 2008 9:30 am

This is definitely one of the better Photo TR's of the B/RF Trip. Hilarious!

For Serious? :P

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Postby printersdevil78 » Tue Aug 12, 2008 10:13 am

natatomic wrote:Don't be fooled by this log flume's short stature - this was one of the most intense drops I've ever been on, flume-wise.

Yep, all it needed was a paddlewheeler at the bottom.

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Postby » Tue Aug 12, 2008 10:38 am

I like the second to last picture best and the screaming eagle one is close 2nd.

Some great stuff here look foward to the rest!

And I can't wait til' next year when i get to post photos from my first TPR trip!

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Re: Photo TR: Behemoth/Ravine Flyer Trip

Postby televisedconfession » Tue Aug 12, 2008 2:23 pm

natatomic wrote:televisedconfession took the remaining photos in this TR. He didn't want to ride the Himalaya, so I let him play with my camera while those of us who weren't little sissy girls went for a ride.

Your mom's a sissy little girl...

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Postby Cyber.Fiber » Tue Aug 12, 2008 2:51 pm

Flume-wise, I'd have to say I am really enjoying this TR!

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Postby DCody » Tue Aug 12, 2008 5:07 pm

Your mom's got a slow shutter, if you know what I'm saying.

The picture of the Screamin' Eagle reminded me why I chose "Ice Cream: The Ride" instead. SCARY!


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