Saturday, April 28, 2012

The Final Frontier, Part II

Two years ago, I wrote a post called The Final Frontier. You can read it here, if you want.

It was about Macy and her first time riding the Patriot at Worlds of Fun. Today, we entered that Final Frontier again. Kaylin was finally tall enough to ride it also.

Bobby didn't get to go with us, so it was just me and the girls. The line was crazy long, longer than we would normally wait. (That's the beauty of season passes--if the line is too line, you skip it, and don't feel like you are wasting your money.) She was super excited, but getting nervous too. Macy was jabbering to her, telling her every detail and giving her advice.

Once we were buckled, she was good to go and grinning from ear to ear. She started out holding my hand, but decided she wanted to hold onto the handle. And true to fashion, just like her sister, she LOVED it and was so happy. Both of our girls are roller coaster crazies. We've got to take them up to Cedar Point in Sandusky soon.

When we got ready to leave the park, we circled back by again, but the line was even longer. So we ate a funnel cake and came home. Good day.

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