This is my goal every year so I don't think it counts for me.
Oh, I definitely want to hit one of the 'big' SF parks this year - probably Great Adventure. The last couple of seasons we've visited the smaller ones and been resonably pleased. I want to see if the bigger parks deliver any discernable changes (for the better) over 2 or 3 seasons ago or whether the small parks we've hit tended to be of the 'better in the first place' variety.
Ravine Flyer II is at the top of my list because its not to far away from my home and i don't have a huge budget this year. Ill try and see what else I can squeeze in this year. I also want to hit Flying Turns.
Its sad when your best friend asks you the exact running time of a ride. Good thing I didnt know.
This may sound weird, but my goal for '08 is to try and get laps on every operating US woodie I don't yet have. Doubtful, but I *might* even get lucky and finish off LaRonde and SFM to get the remainder in N. America....
Yeah, I'm one of those who thinks wooden coasters ARE where it's at... ;)
My goal is to hit 50 coasters by the end of the year. Which if I take this trip in May, I will hit it. My new parks for this year hopefully will be, Beech bend in April, Cedar Point in May, and Knoebel's in Oct.
I am hoping to make it back to my hometown for the opening of the Ravine Flyer II at Waldameer. Being from the area I've kept tabs on this for years, and I'm very excited for the park.
I've been wanting to get back to Hershey for a couple years now, but can't ever seem to swing it. I'm hoping to maybe do a day-trip there this summer.
Unfortunately, this won't be a big year for coaster trips. I've got a big conference in Miami in July (good lord who was the rocket scientist that thought that would be a good idea????) and that's going to eat up mucho $$$.
^Tiggerman....swing by and ht DBH - right on I-95 and WELL worth your effort. While you're there, there's Uncle Bernie's at the Swap Shop about 5-10 minutes away...a powered Dragon Wagon and a fairly-rare Molina kiddie.