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About t-forty

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  1. Just went this past Saturday (first time on a weekend for me), and it was crowded. Bought the regular flash pass and got 5 rides in between 12p to 5:30p. You might be able to get a few more as I was with an 8 year old new to coasters and we definitely were not efficient. I would recommend getting at least the Gold or Platinum. The regular flash pass times were 30-60 minutes for most rides. Tatsu, Colossus, Goliath, and X2 were 90-120 mins. I would recommend going early, the parking gates open early, I believe it's 930 or 10. You can buy the flash pass after the security check and before
  2. Another frisbee pendulum ride accident. This time at Kankaria Park in India. https://www.tasnimnews.com/en/news/2019/07/15/2054462/two-killed-dozens-injured-in-india-s-theme-park-ride-accident-video
  3. Don't forget the A's have 4 World Series titles and the Giants have 3... I will GLADLY allow the BoSox to have their name on the Revolution coaster as such, because that way the only California Baseball team with the most current World Series title is the Anaheim Angels. With Studly Stud Man Mike Trout one can only hope they try to get him a ring before those low-lifes!
  4. Thank you all for the great ideas. Looks like I'll have plans for the next 5 years. For next year, I'm leaning on Dollywood, Pigeon Forge alpine coasters, and Carowinds. Fury 325, Intimidator, Copperhead strike, Lightning rod, and Thunderhead are just too hard to pass up. We've never been on an alpine coaster either and it sounds like Pigeon Forge has 2 of the better ones in the country.
  5. I'll look into those. I should also mention that I was considering Wonderland or Kennywood, but not sure if there are other parks near them worth checking out
  6. Every year, I take my niece and nephew on a roller coaster trip. We've done, SFMM/DL, CP/KI, SFGAdv/HP, and SFOT/SFFT. Any parks you guys could recommend me for next year? I was thinking about Ohio again, but will now wait for KI to build their giga. We'd like to 2-3 parks with ideally a max of a 5 hour drive apart.
  7. Should be fairly light since it'll be Monday. I would guess less than 15 minute waits for most rides. X2, Tatsu, and Goliath will probably be around 30 minutes. Twisted Colossus will probably look long, but if they're running 3 trains, the line moves quickly. One train operations will definitely slow to a snail's pace. Currently, that would be Full Throttle. Ride that first as others have suggested. It's at the front of the park anyways.
  8. I go to SFMM every year and it was the same slow dispatch times this year with the exception of Colossus. Visited SFGAdv in June and was super impressed with dispatch times. In fact, our party missed a train on Bizarro because the operator open and closed the gates so fast.
  9. Acemachine, here's a few more tips It will probably be hot. Expect 90 degrees. They allow you to bring in water bottles, but no other drinks. Vendors inside will fill up with cold water. Or just ask for cups of water. 3.Need some tips on what days to visit - Avoid the weekends and try to go weekdays. Do not pre purchase the Flash Pass. See what the crowds are like first, then decide. Most kids are back to school by then so it shouldn't be too crowded. If you must go on a Sat, you'll probably have to buy the Flash pass. Hard to say which ones to ride first because they don't
  10. Does anyone know what rides are affected by rain? Looks like there will be showers tomorrow but I will get the chance to use the Sneak Peek entry tonight. Thanks.
  11. Does anyone know which rides are affected by rain? Looks like there will be showers Friday, but I will have a chance to use the Sneak Peek entry the night before. I want to be get on the rides that could be shut down because of rain. Thanks.
  12. Thanks. I don't mind carrying my Hydroflask. I love having ice cold water. Looks like it won't be too hot in NJ or PA this week. I guess I just assumed most parks are scorching hot like SFMM.
  13. Hi guys, first time poster, long time lurker. I'm flying out to SFGAdv next week and I'm wondering what their policy is on bringing in my own water bottles? If I am allowed to bring a water bottle in, will I have to put it in a locker every ride, or will they let me put it up against a wall or to the side? This is standard practice at SFMM but it seems like SFGAdv is more strict on loose articles.
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