When something like this happens (a nice little park like Geauga Lake going under and offering classic rides for sale) it causes me to think of the rides being constructed constructed right now, and how they are so radically different. Big hills, 4 across seating, individual lap bars, large elements. It is a completely different experience from riding something like the Big Dipper, which doesn't look like much, but is a great ride as it rumbles along smaller hills at slower speeds, but tosses you up off your seat and side to side. I hope we don't lose too many rides like this one. Heck, I hope we don't lose this one!