Good pics and I can't wait to ride myself in a couple of months when I'm at the park as not only will that give me more reason to stick to that side of the park (and maybe reducing trips back up to Talon), but I also never got to ride it at Geauga, though I have been on the one at Valleyfair and also pretty much know what to expect.
Let's hope for good operations and little downtime!!
I just happened to be driving by Dorney Saturday when I saw Voodoo in operation, and decided I had half an hour to spare. I am glad what is now Voodoo made its way East, but I have one complaint; namely, they made me remove my glasses. I have worn glasses all of my life and always have my glasses strap with me. I have never had an issue. I have ridden this very ride at Geauga Lake, Wicked Twister at CP, and countless other launched rides with my glasses on (strap in place). Why was I made to take them off this time? As a result, I couldn't see a thing. Anyone else have this experience? Is it new policy?
^^I was just gonna say....for everything that I hear from people about regulation this, rule that, I have no problem "getting away" (if you even want to call it that) with whatever I'm trying to pull on a coaster...I mean, couldn't you just conceal your glasses until your restraint has been checked, and then discretely put them on after that and just "act normal" until the launch??
I mean, especially if the ride ops aren't aware you were originally wearing glasses anyway, your odds are good they won't see you and won't be looking for you....similar to that whole "OF OF" reading exercise. It's nearly impossible that every detail is checked. In addition, just look at all the coaster POV vids on YouTube to realize what people are actually getting away with while riding!!