SFWOA 6/30/2003

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Sorry for not making this post sooner.

We started out our day on X Flight. Great ride, but I like the B&M fliers better. Then we hit Superman, Mind Erase and the Big Dipper.

After the Big Dipper, we took the boat over to the wildlife side and watched some of the shows. We went to the Whale show first. Great show.

After the Whale show, we went back to the Lumberjack show and then to the Seal and Otter show. Two more great shows. I was able to get a lot of great pictures.

After the shows, we walked around back and hit the Ragging Wolf Bobs a few times. The second half where they retracked is almost too smooth to be a wooden coaster. Batman Night Flight and Serial Thriller were next. One ride on BNF and several on ST. There was no one in line and the ride op gave us rerides. On the seat in front of you is a little sign that reads "Keep arms and legs inside the car at all times" I asked the ride op how was I supposed to keep my legs inside the car? :) He laughed and said he didn't know.

Back over to the wildlife side for the Dolphin show and the Tiger show. Wow are those Tigers beautiful. I again got several nice photos. I took 139 pictures throught the day with my digital camera.

Back over to the ride side for a ride on Villain. Next was the Double Loop with rerides and then back onto Villain with one reride. I love the fact that the ride ops will let you reride if the train is not full.

After all the rides and rerides, my sister kinda had enough, so I hit B;NF a few more times my myself and then we headed home.

All in all, it was a great day. We got in all of the rides and all of the shows except for the boat show. The only complaint that I have is that the restrooms were filthy inside. Everything else was great. Six Flags is making good progress.

Lets go Drag racing.

It sounds like the park has made some great improvements. I'm going to SFWoA on a monday at the end of July, what ride do you think I should head to first and what other tips can you give me?
Do as I do for any first time at a park. Ride 'em as you see 'em. :)

Arena football has arrived in the Windy City. Go "Chicago Rush"

Like Chitown said, just walk around and ride them as you see them. You will get a park map and a show schedule when you enter the park, you can plan your day with that. The shows on the wildlife side are worth seeing and you should be able to get in all of the coasters and most if not all of the shows in one day with no problem. The shows last about 15 min. each.

Keep your Head back, arms down and hold on!

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