One is a compilation of Legend, Raven and Voyage. And the other is just Voyage. I'm going to be making more later this week, I was just really bored tonight. Jeff, feel free to move the thread if you need to.
*NOW UPDATED WITH NEW VOYAGE DESIGN *** Edited 6/9/2006 12:20:36 AM UTC by gatorchomp83***
// looking forward to some more
And BTW, when talking to a friend about the reviews Voyage has been getting, I also quoted you (dead serious), lol.
1. VOYAGE - Holiday World, Indiana
12. Hades - Big Chief's Mt Olympus
13. Raven - Holiday World, Indiana
14. Shivering Timbers - Michigan's Adventure, Michigan
15. Cornball Express - Indiana beach, Indiana
YES! VOYAGE IS THAT GOOD :) :) :)
BTW Kentucky Rumbler made it to No. 3 on my Wood Twister List! (Behind Dollywood's Thunderhead and HW's Legend) ;)
Did you really say you like timbers and (corn ball) better then Legend AND Thunderhead?
Please tell me WHY?!
If I combine the lists Thunderhead would rank behind Voyage and Hades would rank Third, Followed by Raven and Legend. Voyage is so "Far Out" which is why I added Second Digits to the ones behind it! (To make room for Future Coasters that will inevitablly try to Take the Voyage on!) :)
BTW Great America's "Superman - Ultamate Flight" is my Number One Steel Looper, Darien Lake's "Superman Ride of Steel is My No. 1 Steel Non-Looper over 100' Tall and Magic Kingdom's (Florida) Space Mountain is my No. 1 Steel Non-Looper under 100' Tall. Space Mou8ntain has been in that Position since I first rode it in 1975, and I wouldn't be surprised if Voyage stays on that list for as long as that! :)
BTW Idora's Wildcat would be my No. 3 Twister if it were still around :( *** Edited 6/6/2006 1:19:36 AM UTC by Borntocoast*** *** Edited 6/6/2006 1:20:27 AM UTC by Borntocoast***
gatorchomp: great wallpaper! very cool. I have the one with the front gate up now :)
Go look :)
B&M Guy said:
and cornball has the old style bars,
Take any wooden coaster with PTC trains, ANY one of them, and slap some buzz bars on, and you've improved the ride 100% right there. I can't think of any better way to ride a coaster.
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