I guess by now you've notice that im what may be the "Resident PCar fanMAN!" Well today was the media day for the newly expanded Nick Central. Not really much to say except it was pretty cold and wet (the weather ) but that also gave time for non-stop ert on the flyers and the flying dutchmans revenge. The food was pretty darn good and every dish was themed after a nick character. The A-list celeb (other than me of course) was Meredith Baxter from "Family Ties". So here are the pics to enjoy! Didn't take many pictures due to the fact that my fingers were frozen!
Sign welcoming us to the park!
Top Gun sitting looking pretty lonely, but not for long...
Staging area where the event will take place.
Benches which no one sat at....guess it was too wet
Waiting for the event is Scott Anderson (center), public relations PCar
What will Nick Central be with out the kids (ERT on the flyers for me!!)
Our "tour guide" for the afternoon
I think its neat how this attraction has the "Lazy Town" theme because you have to pedal (not really, but they are there) to keep them going. Which is basically the concept of the lazy town shows, to keep busy!
Something about this coaster seems "Fairly Odd"...
The "star" of the event was Meredith Baxter from the show "family Ties"...Im sure you guys remember it!
Scott notice the camera so decided to "liven" up the shot!
Dora was there "exploring" the food area, and picking up a snack or two along the way...no wait, that was me!!
SpongeBob Square Coaster!
Im sure with the weather yesterday, this isn't going to melt real soon.
Thats all for now folks!
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