Its always cool to go with other people who are willing to spend the time taking photos and posting them as well. Thanks Will! We did have a fun time at Wild Adventures. The weather was perfect today and operations were quite good overall (They had both trains on the SLC going). Anyways here are the pictures:
Tom just earned a brand new state credit, Georgia.
No Tom, the will not let you get past airport security with those things.
As sad as it is, I finally made it to my home park.
By the way, this is the park we went to today.
No Tom, you are not the park's mascot.
Our first credit of the day, Ant Farm Express.
Yeah folks, I finally made it to #50.
Cheetah was closed today.
So was the Gold Rush Kiddie coaster.
But we did get the Boomerang. 7 out of 9 credits today is not bad at all.
Well, I certainly have hit a new low on roller coaster credits.
Though, it did not seem to phase Tom very much.
This Junior SLC was not too bad, certainly better than Cypress Garden's and Carowinds versions.
There just was not enough time to see this show, sorry Leanne.
Just Like WDW, this park is built right next to a swamp.
The park's mascot.
For some reason they chose a tiger over these animals.
Time for the Tiger show.
This guy was totally crazy, great show though!
I think the reason for no video taping, is that accidents can occur during this show.
Leanne was really happy to see the tigers.
Tom was able to meet up with some really good friends from Bojangles' Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits. Hi there Cedarpoint6!
This stage area had the worst bleechers ever built, they forgot to add stairs on either side of the seats.
Later in the day the park started to get more crowded. But we had the mouse credit to still get.
They were running only 3 trains today.
Dang it, I forgot to ride this ride, oh well.
They have a free Screaming Swing at W.A.
Tom loves Funnel Cake.
Anyone have any idea why the SLC has this unused footer?
Even though it is not required to ride, some people still have the habit of stealing kids for credits.
Wild Adventures was a decent park with plenty of rides. Unfortunately Cheetah and Gold Rush were closed, but we were able to get our SLC and Boomerang credits (a first for both Erik and myself). The park looks like it was designed in RCT. Aside from the lemonade stand mentioned above, the entrances and exits for all the rides are in random places, and the queue lines all look like something from RCT. While there are both Gators and Donkeys, it is probably not worth a season pass.
I've still got a headache from riding the SLC twice. There's not too much headbanging though, and the most painful part is the restraint hiting your shoulders, especially for taller people.
The Boomerang was probably one of the better rides of the day, although the Screamin' Swing was probably one of the highlights.
There was an spare footer around the back of "Bang Man".
Tom with the footer
Hiding behind the SLC were donkeys! This one was eating.
Tom was more interested in the SLC
Photographing Vekoma rides was a big part of this trip
The Swamp Thing. Not like what Montu used to be though
Tom tries funnel cake for the first time
Tiger Terror was intense for a kiddie coaster. Lots of slamming and shaking.
Bug out - A generic mouse with slamming and hard braking
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