The rides and roller coasters they have today are much more daring than they were back then, and me and my kids (save the little one who is too short to ride them still) love to ride them. Hubby will ride some, but not the really big ones, which works out great because he gets quality fun time in playland with the little guy while the rest of us go wait in long lines for our three minute thrill...bottom line: everyone is happy. :)
When I start getting the urge to go to the parks though, I usually browse the Internet to see what's new, what's going on, and so on and so forth. Today instead of doing that, I went to my Cedar Point Pinterest board. That's where nostalgia hit.
My First Roller Coaster ride was on this one, and it was waaaay back when.
To a kid, this slide was huge, and very, very fun.
It's gone now but I still distinctly remember how it felt to go down those hills.
Those were good times. So good in fact, that they created a lifelong love of amusement parks for me. And now, I have a question for you: What's one thing that you still love to do as an adult, that you learned to love when you were a child?