Planning an AR Get Together -- Join Us in Riding the Beast

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This is my all time favorite, The Beast. We've been friends since I was a teenager.

And here is his son, Son of Beast.

Anyone want to meet up next summer at King's Island in Ohio and try 'em out?

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Rainmaker
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Lucky Lang
SRES, Davenport, Iowa Real Estate
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Sarah,

Yes!!!  Count me in!!!

Let me know the date and time!

Lucky :)

November 10, 2007 09:23 PM
Rainer
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Ricardo Bueno
Diverse Solutions

I LOVE roller coasters!!! Though the only one's I've ever ridden are the one's here in California. But hey, if I ever make it out there...I'm paging you so we can meet up :) 

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November 13, 2007 05:20 AM
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Jeff Belonger
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Sarah.... is that Kings Island in Cincy Ohio?   I have been there twice before and that could be a fun trip. Keep me posted.....  but isn't this a far trip for so many?  Could be worth it.....

Did I read that someone said they would love to go but that they have a closing that day?  A settlement?  That far in advance? And there hasn't been a date picked as of yet?  Or was I just seeing things....  ;o)

jeff belonger

November 14, 2007 05:20 AM
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Chris Griffith
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I had a closing but I rescheduled it.   
November 14, 2007 05:26 AM
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Karen Anne Stone
Fort Worth Real Estate
New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County
Hi Sarah:  I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed my ride on "The Beast."  Those old-timey roller coasters with the two-track rails and the wooden railings and framing are so much more fun than the newer all-metal ones.  Just the rickety-rackety noise that they make while the ride is going on adds so much to the enjoyment of the ride.  Did you actually take that video ?  This reminded me of my childhood days in Cleveland Ohio when we kids would go to Euclid Beach Park and ride the Thriller and the Flying Turns.  They also had a double-roller coaster... two trains running side-by-side... all the way from start to finish.  It was called the Racing Coaster.  Lots of fun... good memories from long ago.  All of Euclid Beach Park was torn down long ago.  I think the only thing that remains is the twin-towered archway that was the entrance to the park.  Thanks for sharing your cool post with us.
November 15, 2007 01:24 AM
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