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Questions, Questions« Go Back Wednesday, August 28th, 2013
The cat is officially out of the bag. Why a cat was in the bag in the first place is beyond me. And why is that considered a surprise?
Old sayings aside, I'm very excited that we're getting two new ride experiences at Cedar Point.
If you've been to our sister park, Kings Island, Pipe Scream will look very familiar to you. It's alive and well down there as "Surf Dog."
Having been on one, I'm seriously looking forward to it. It even has a little airtime!
And I'm very curious about this. I've never been on a Flying Scooters ride, so I'm happy Lake Erie Eagles is landing here. You really can control your own flying experience by the turn of the rudder.
It reminds me of some of the smaller kiddy rides that let you raise your carriage up and down (the Helicopters at Kiddy Kingdom, for example), controlling your own experience.
By the way, I won't answer any questions about "snapping" at this time. (You know who you are.) :)
If you have questions about our projects for 2014, please let me know in the comments below. I'll answer them in the coming days through a blog post. Please note that once you submit, your question will not show up on the page.
Finally, one of the things I also wanted to share with you is that the family that helped us announce, The Faile Family, is a wonderful group of human beings.
They were extremely pleasant and fun to work with.
This summer, they almost didn't get to have a family vacation when dad fell ill. This contest was their opportunity to spend one last summer day together before school started once he got better.
So once we finished shooting, they spent the day here before traveling back home to Beavercreek.
There's also another aspect to this family I'd like to share, and maybe you could help them out. They're adopting a child from China. But for those of you who have gone through the adoption process, you know that it's sometimes difficult and it costs money. This is where they need your help.
But there's a lot more to it than that. You'll need to read their story and the reasons why this is so important to them, and I encourage you to do so.
Click here for their adoption page
I couldn't have asked for a nicer family to help us - especially when they're doing what they can to provide a safe and loving home for not only their children, but hopefully, another future child as well.