As time goes by I find myself more excited about this ride. I know its small and isnt gonna set the world on fire but for one I still haven't been to Sesame Place (for obvious reasons) and its really, really close to me - this finally gives me an excuse to get over there. On top of that I have never ridden a Gravity Group and I'm stoked its not such a tiny thing that I have to be embarrassed riding it. Also, my nephew, who will be 5 this year, will likely love this thing and I can't wait for him to ride it to see what he thinks. It's big for him, but not too big, as he's only done kiddie coasters and RMT @ GreatAdv. The cherry on top is that we got BGW Platinum Passes this year so it won't cost me anything to visit.
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