Any ideas on what it could be?
We were in the locker room yesterday when one of the seniors came in and wrote on the board, "practice tomarrow," which caused me to smirk. When someone asked me what was funny, I told them to check out how tomorrow was spelt...no one else could tell what was wrong with it, which was enough to make me laugh out loud.
This thread is having a similar effect on me.
I was taught in 3rd grade to break the word out when you spell it:
Could range from a 400ft coaster to closing the park... or anything in between.
They could be adding to the Water Park or Changing Mr Rogers ride to the New Micheal Jackson Ride!!!!
^ So this "kid friendly" park is planning something very scary for next Halloween?
Spinning coaster? "Huge" is vague, but promising...
Paging Mr. Morrow.
Mr. Tom Morrow.
Your party is in from Saturn. Please give them a ring.
For being such a nice, busy park, they really build some cheap rides. I'm guessing that the "huge" announcement will be that they will build a new flat of another kiddie coaster. That would be huge for them.
Don't get me wrong. For what it is, Idlewild is a nice park.
Lol, I did not even notice that I spelled that wrong untill I checked the post just now.
As you can see, it was 2am when I posted it. :)
Anyway, this park could use some sort of larger size coaster like a big dipper(gl) type coaster.
My guess is just another water park add on.
Did they pick anything up at the Kiddieland auction?
If they did, I would not call it "huge".
It's the return of The Royal Hanneford Family Circus. Find the info HERE.
No coaster, but I'm sure it'll being some people in.
What seems small to some, is very big news to others. What were you expecting? A huge mega looper?
For the demographic of the park, this IS huge news.
At least it's not the Commoner Hanneford Family Circus that's coming.
I think they've struck an important note that we've mentioned around here many times over the years: "diversity of offerings". For their demographics, location, etc., this is a near-perfect addition.
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