April 26, 2008

Six Flags St. Louis

Hooray it's time to visit Six Flags St. Louis for the first time this season.

I started off my day with Mr. Freeze.

This coaster is so much fun.

It's so simple but is just perfect.

Short lines mean re-rides!

I headed to Big Spin next.

It's fun, but it takes forever to get through the queue.

Well... let's hope I don't regret this decision.

The Boss was rough... imagine that.

I almost wish they'd just tear it down if they are not going to take care of it.

Screamin' Eagle was next.

It was much more enjoyable.

The line wasn't bad, so I rode Superman next.

River King Mine Train is still one of my favorite rides here.

Ninja on the other hand I despise.

Time for Batman!

This is still one of the better inverted coasters out there.

Evel Knievel is not quite ready yet so we'll have to catch it next time.

Until next time...

Evel Knievel (SF)

Time to check in on the construction of Evel Knievel.

April 19, 2008

World Fest (SDC)

Welcome back to SDC and to World Fest!

This year at the World Food Court they have Coke Flavors from Around the World

The Chinese Circus was performing in the Opera House

In the Red Gold Heritage Hall there was a lot of Celtic dancing.
A LOT of dancing.  No seriously - A LOT.

They also had some fire at that show.  I guess that's why they called it Celtic Fire.

The Invaders from Trinidad-Tobago performed on their steel drum band

Noticky from the Czech Republic was pretty impressive.

It was another great day at the 'City.