No. I know it wasn't the rebuilt coaster from Excelsior Park.
Considering the lack-luster ride it is today, I tried to imagine how it used to be:
The old que set up on the opposite side of the station determining where you sat based on your place in line. The original hand break levers. The lousy recording of safety instructions playing over and over. The tree branch at the turn around the station. And most importantly, no trims...if any.
But If any of the MN's here (you know who you are) can rember if they changed the trains at any time. Currently they are using one train of 4 six-seaters. Was there 5 at one time?
I don't know if it is from childhood perspective or what. But I do remember the first half of the course as being much faster. Today it seems to stall at the top of the second hill. We know that the second half would be (dare to say) like Renegade if the trims didn't kill it.
Thanks for another great season, VF!
Long live the Big Bad Wolf
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