Monday, May 28, 2001 5:58 PM
First of all, you sit into the seat.
The padded-rubberized OSTR's are in two parts like a life jacket. You put your arms in each one of them, and buckle them together. Then, the lap bar folds down (which also contains an ankle bar) folds down. The ops then get in front of you, push that down so it fits snuggly. Then, pulls two handles that are connected to rubber bands which hold the OSTR's down. Once all those are tightened, the ok's are given the seats recline, and the train is sent out.
On Saturday, there was this rather large guy from Dorney Park (he had a glasses strap from Dorney on) who got into the seat. He did everything right. The employee pushed down on his lap bar, and the guy said, "Wow, this is really comfortable and nice." Then the op pushed down more.
The man replied with a groan "Oooooooooooofff!!!!"
And I cracked up laughing :)
Ken, Jake and Taylor conquered SFWoA :