This report starts off in Yukon Territory. I'm willing to bet my bottom dollar that line is not 15 minutes. If it's visible, it's gonna be at least 20.
For lunch I decided to get some pasta at Angelo's.
King Chaos is wrapped up and the pool is drained.
Say goodbye to Equal Access Passes (EAP), and say hello to Attraction Accessibility Passes (AAP) . Guests with disabilities will now need a Doctor's note to receive accommodations.
Dark Knight claimed to have a 30 minute line so I decided to check it out. Yup. Not 30 minutes.
The odd thing is that Superman had a shorter line than Dark Knight. Now that is rare.
I'm still not quite sure how this happens or why people continue to through coins in between the queues and on rocks. If that wasn't confusing enough, there was also a credit card in the middle.
Of course a train misparked and the other one stopped on the lift. I knew twenty minutes for Front Row was too much to ask for.
After about twenty minutes, the trains were able to go through the course a couple of times and I flew like the Man of Steel.
I met up with a Former Magic Mountain Rep's older brother and rode a good deal with him and his buds. These include Whizzer, Raging Bull, Viper, and Goliath.
For Dinner, I got a chili-cheese dog and fries at County Fair Food Court.
Well the park was very pretty as I headed out.
Thanks for reading, and Have a Six Flags Day!