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  1. The excessively padded trains were a warning to unwary riders.
  2. True--My guess is that staffing has a lot to do with deciding how much of the park to open, as well as state pandemic guidelines.
  3. Halloween Harvest, or “Howl-o-Scream Lite.” Busch Gardens is sticking with its “reservations only/limited attendance” events with Halloween Harvest during October. This is sort of “Howl-o-Scream Lite,” with kid-friendly activities during the daytime session (11:00 am-3:00 pm) and slightly scarier stuff in the evening (5:00-9:00 pm). During the day, the park offers “contactless trick-or-treating” and a scavenger hunt, in addition to a selection of rides, such as Apollo’s Chariot, Tempesto, and the attractions in the Sesame Street Forest of Fun. But in the evening, monsters also take o
  4. It's good to see that Knott's has managed a Halloween event, even if it isn't Scary Farm (I definitely want one of those chicken tacos and a cookiewich with pumpkin soft serve).
  5. I really hope they're just throwing candy at children! I think they should launch the candy across the park with a catapult from InvadR--Halloween done Viking style! They could call it the "candypult."
  6. Busch Gardens is offering another limited-attendance, reservations-required event for October: Halloween Harvest. There will be multiple four-hour sessions during the day and evening. It'll be kid friendly, with contactless trick-or-treating and other fun stuff for families, by day, but monsters will roam sections of the park by night. Italy and the Sesame Street Forest of Fun will be open, and the park will run additional rides (such as Apollo's Chariot and Tempesto). And, of course, there will be Halloween-themed food and drink. Reservations will open on Friday, September 25th, at 11
  7. Unfortunately, Pirate's Cove was closed in 2020 due to covid, but I really enjoyed that walkthrough back in 2017. Yep--unfortunate, but understandable.
  8. I'm pleased the the old Biergarten was at least replaced with a Beer Tavern.
  9. I hope they're able to stay open this time. I rather like this version of the Magic Kingdom.
  10. Waldameer is definitely worth a visit for Ravine Flyer II, the Wacky Shack, and Pirate's Cove. Comet's a pretty good little ride, too.
  11. I haven't been to Tripsdrill since 2007 and would love to visit it, again--a unique park.
  12. Phantasialand's theming is often impressive (the area around Taron, their launched Intamin, looks great). Vekoma has been on quite a roll lately, and I hope their latest take on their "Flying Dutchman" coasters works out.
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