JT took a vacation day on Wednesday so he could take us to Six Flags. It so much easier to go with two adults, we were able to ride all of the rides that J’s height permitted. We got there really close to opening and there was no one there. We were able to walk right onto the Scooby Doo ride. Which I have been told is one of their busiest rides (non roller coaster of course).
After Scooby we rode Tony Hawk’s roller coaster. Holy crap, the coaster part was really awesome. You should have seen J’s face he was cracking me up (you sit across from each other). The coaster really stressed him out but he claims he had fun. At the end they spin you around and around at a rather high speed. JT and I exited the roller coaster a little green from the spinning. L wanted to go again but neither JT or I could stomach it again. So instead we let the kids ride on all the kiddie rides. It gave us adults a break.
Our day was full, we rode the Joker, the Mine Train (twice), the Highland Fling, the Log Flume (always a favorite) and the Antique Cars. It was an extremely full and fun day. We were home by 3:00 and ready to collapse.
The kiddos on Taz's Twister
Riding Foghorn Leghorn's Railway
Tweety's Twee House
Hugs for Characters
We took J into this store right by the Scooby Doo ride called “Justice League Headquarters – DC Comics”. I thought he was going to flip. They have everything super hero in there and he was mesmerized. It’s too bad we have to pay $36 per person just to get in there or I would have shopped there for his upcoming birthday.
They of course got capes, The Flash for J and Supergirl for L
Last time we were at Six Flags with our friends J saw this gigantic black spiderman and he had to have it. You have to play a game to win the thing and I knew that there was no way I was going to be able to win that sucker. So I told him that Daddy would try when we went with him. J did not forget what I said. He talked about nothing more for the last week and the whole way there. He wanted that black spiderman bad. JT made him wait until the end of the day. If he happened to win the dang thing we didn’t want to carry it around all day. Finally every ride had been ridden, JT was up. $15 dollars later and 3 baskets the black spiderman was J’s.
J and his spiderman
Walking to our car after a LONG day