I always thought the problems with woodies down south was year-round operation. Ghostrider could use a year off at this point.
I did a bunch of laps on White Lightning tonight. Even though I'm told it could use some lube (insert jokes about "Fun Spot" and "It's huge!" here), I thought it was a great little ride. So much air time on such a little ride. I was totally impressed.
We rode it about a month ago now during the soft openings and the first night we rode it was really good, although the track was a bit dry. The next night, it was just lubed up and hit a whole new level. By the end of the week the track was drying back out a bit and was not running AS good, although even dry it runs awesome.
I always used to think track lube was a near daily maintence thing for most wooden coasters, but I see it tends to be a bit more optional depending on the park. Hopefully FunSpot keeps that oil flowing though, because when greased up the ride runs amazing-er.Last edited by SteveWoA, Monday, June 24, 2013 12:28 PM
Recently had the chance to activate my annual pass for Fun Spot (they were having a great special for black friday -$90 for both parks for a year). Happy to say White Lightning is still running fantastic, extremely smooth with plenty of airtime.Last edited by Capitalize, Sunday, December 15, 2013 12:45 PM
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