My niece really wanted to ride roller coasters yesterday, so I took her on the Georgia Cyclone first. The Georgia Cyclone is a wooden roller coaster that is a mirror image of the original Coney Island Cyclone, but ten feet higher. If you’ve ever been on a wooden roller coaster you know they will nearly shake or beat you to death. There isn’t a damn thing fun about them, which is why I took her on that one first. It cured her of wanting to ride another one, most of which she was too short for anyway. That may be a bit mean and sneaky of me, but they give me vertigo, make me sick and usually I end up with a headache, so better to go on one then have to ride them all.
Silvereagle, yes, it was hell. The heat index I’m sure was over 100 degrees, and by the end of the day, it was thundering and lightning and most of the park closed down, so we went back to the hotel.
Susan, my mother and I have had this discussion of not volunteering me for things without my knowledge. I made it absolutely clear that this was the last time I’m going to Six Flags.
Michael, yes, I do cherish these memories with my niece, and more importantly she cherishes them too.
JiEL, it is particularly nice that my niece loves it so. Her aunt on her father’s side insists on taking her to Disney World (which I cannot afford), but the nice thing is, she has said on numerous occasions that it much more fun to go to Six Flags with me.
Jay, it’s getting harder for me to fit in some of these rides too. Have you ever seen Gabriel Iglesias talk about getting on rides and seeing how many clicks they can get on the safety bar? It is too funny. His amusement park stories are some of his funniest.
Amanda, people watching truly is the most fun. So many hot guys!