hershey park

Wednesday, November 1, 2006 5:10 PM
35-45 mins? Wow the times I visited this summer I would say the average was 5 mins, the longest being 20. I was just really lucky in the days I choose to go to HP, longest line I had all year was 40 mins for the Chocolate Tour (in a thunderstorm, so I didnt mind.)

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Wednesday, November 1, 2006 5:21 PM
That was two rides during my company picnic, which was held on a Sunday in August. There were a few shorter waits other times like on weekdays-- but the 45 minutes was the longest, and that was a line that went well out into the queues.

I was just using that to compare to a line extending across the bridge as Gary mentioned. With only one side operating, I still can't see that wait being longer than 15-20 minutes. Is that long enough to justify running a second train?

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Saturday, November 4, 2006 12:12 AM
RatherGoodBear,

You might be right, I may be nit picking at the storm runner thing. I will admit that. But that is beacuse one bad thing just snowballs and makes everything else worse. I was set to make Great Bear my last ride of the season, and when I found that closed and dark 1/2 hour before close, I became furious. So in retrospect I will say that the Storm Runner crew were moving the one line efficently, and I had a 10-20 min wait depending on where I sat. But man, why close the Bear early? WHY?


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