As you may or may not know, Little Amerricka purchased the cars, lift, drop and turn of Kiddielands log flume. They are hoping to have it up by 2011. Right now the parts are sitting where the Lady Gay used to be. Yep used to. The Lady Gay is gone :( Anyway these log flume parts where not in a restricted area, we didn't jump any fences, we didn't break into anything, they are sitting by the parking lot and the park has no problem with people going to look at them. Now enough boring talk, onto the pictures!
Hmmm wheres the Lady Gay?!? And what are those things in her spot?!?
Lets go for a closer look.
Log Flume parts!
Lets go in for an even closer look!
Yep, these came from Kiddieland! I think there were nine cars, might be wrong though, so dont quote me on it!
A piece of track! There arent too many of these because at Kiddieland it was built into the ground, so LA only bought parts that were elevated.
I honestly have no clue why it was there. Perhaps it was a ride when the park first opened.
Side note if anyone wants a Little Amerricka brochure check out my post here.
Little Amerricka Amusement Park We are still in planning stages for where to put the log flume. As far as the structure, most of the ride was poured concrete so we will most likely approach it the same way. The steamboat that was in the back of the park was sold to a third party.
Little Amerricka also has two other rolly coasters! One is wood and one is steel, and yes the steel one is much rougher than the wood one. Even though all their steel coasters are pretty janky, no other park in Wi has three steel coasters, and I'd take theres over Mt. O's steel coasters any day! Anyway, onto the pictures!
The Lincoln Park Comet: Coming to a Little Amerricka near you. (Not for a few years though!)
Well Robb and Casey could handle it...
Not very friendly to men...
You can see it from everywhere, it just sits there, laughing at you for the pain it will give you
Even when your on the good coaster you cant escape it
It does look cool though
Its the first thing you see pulling into the park
The vertical lift is fun though, now enough with the death coasters, onto Meteor!
Such a nice thing to see walking into the park
Overview. Its a mirror image of SFGAMs Little Dipper, but we all thought it was much better than LD!
I love the sound of its lift!
The first turn around. You may have saw that I already used this photo, that is because it works for two different things! Isn't that neat?!
The drop is actually really good! And oh so smooth!
Gavin and Jeremie loved it! And look at all the padding on those cars, its like riding in a sofa!
And yes the parks General Manager gave us permission to take on ride pictures!
The final dip! Can't get enough?!? Dont worry you get three more laps! (and check out those skid brakes!)
Double down! Weee!
You may ask, how is this a Meteor photo? Look at Jo's sun glasses. Yep, Meteor track. Also the parachute tower looks a lot like a 2nd Gen Intamin drop tower.
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