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Six Flags over Texas...In Style!

Posted on 2010.11.08 at 09:00


texas_tangent at 2010-11-08 15:10 (UTC) (Link)
I was scared to death the first time I rode the Shock Wave. That was the third biggest roller coaster I ever rode. My sister (the biggest thrill seeker out there) told me to close my eyes and she would tell me when the loops were over. I closed my eyes and she told me to open them, In MID LOOP, If I would not have been amused I would have killed her. It was thrilling! My son has a season pass and he now goes every chance he can with my sister.
ehowton at 2010-11-08 17:00 (UTC) (Link)
HA HA! What an awesome sister :P
texas_tangent at 2010-11-08 19:32 (UTC) (Link)
She has been known to be worthy of a few chuckles.

The secret to not waiting in line at Six Flags, twice being a season ticket holder with my sister, is to get to the park before the park opens. Study the map and the ride that is the biggest attraction that is furthest away is the one you RUN to and then you can ride that ride twice, then gradually make your way to the front of the park. That way you make your way from the rear to the front and that way to the exit. I hope that made sense. It made terribly good sense to us. It seemed like we never waited on rides using that system.

The two big roller coasters I had rode on prior to the Shock Wave were a blast as well. The first big roller coaster was Space Mountain at Disney, the second was The Wooden Giant at Six Flags.
ehowton at 2010-11-08 19:55 (UTC) (Link)
Not at all - that makes loads of sense!
texas_tangent at 2010-11-08 20:02 (UTC) (Link)
Well sometimes when I try to explain things on paper, I end up with word soup.. Just trying to make sure that did not happen this time.
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celtmanx at 2010-11-10 00:50 (UTC) (Link)
When I used to live in Arlington I got a season pass for Tim and I and we used to do that same thing on Saturdays and leave before it got too hot and too crowded.
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