According to one online dictionary, primmed is the past tense of prim, "To deck with great nicety." I don't like the look of tan primer (or other earthy tones like brown on Gardaland's upcoming Screamin' Squirrel), so I will respectfully disagree with the title.
Its nice to see the Wheel getting attention. That ride was purchased from Old Indiana. ALL the rides bought from that park have given their owners nothing but trouble..... I guess cedar fair found that out too, even though Premier Parks gave it a whole new drive system in 1999.
Now when will they get rid of the drop tower and the horrible Time Warp?
Beemers have taller fronts on each car, about knee high or so to stop people from doing that.
My guess is it could be somthing Togo overlooked like building comfortable restraints. I'm sure the trains could be fitted with somthing to stop people from doing that, like tasers! :)
I'd think that when the train starts up a hill since the car in front will move upward first it could force the persons leg up too, breaking their leg if forced to hard. Thats my guess although I'm sure the person would probably have a better chance of being sturck by lightning then that happening. *** Edited 3/9/2005 9:09:21 AM UTC by coasterpunk***
I had no idea Gl was updating their site with rehab/construction of everything. Thats nice to see. Is the Americana Wheel always completly torn down at t he end of the season or was it just for rehab this time around, I know its not one of the bigger ferris wheels out there. I figured at least they'd normally just take the tubs off for the season and leave the wheel stand, But its not like theres much to re-assemble it beside's putting spokes back up then the tubs. But I was unware of them refurbishing it up for this reason.