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  1. My first upside down coaster was Corkscrew at Geauga Lake. My mom took me on that when I was about 8 or 9.(I don't really remember exactly how old I was at the time.)
  2. I hate Firehawk. It scared the living daylights out of me. It's the first and only ride to make me feel dizzy and ill after riding it.
  3. Easy. Vortex on the lift that I took while in line for The Beast. Easy: A photo of Son of Beast Hard: A photo of Son of Beast coming down Expert: A photo of Banshee's track before coming to the park.
  4. I've only grayed out once, and that was on Millennium Force. I was sitting in the very last seat and started to gray out about halfway through the ride. I don't know if it was because I had worked an eight hour shift before going to Cedar Point, or if it was because it was the first ride I went on, but it freaked me out a bit because it had never happened to me before. The funny thing is, it hasn't happened to me since, not even after I rode it 10 times in a row last year at Boo Buzz.(I'll never ride it 10 times in a row again, it made me feel a bit dizzy when I was done.)
  5. When my sister and I were there our photo appeared four times because apparently someone in the four rows in front of us either had their phone out or flipped off the camera.(We were riding in the last seat.)
  6. I voted other. My favorite wooden rollercoaster it's a toss up between The Big Dipper and Raging Wolf Bobs at Geauga Lake.
  7. ^Or you could just buy an athletic strap for your glasses and you won't have to take them off or leave them in a locker. At least that's what I do, that way I never lose my glasses.
  8. Ok, I did not know that. I thought that they required a strap for glasses just like Cedar Point does. I always use the strap for my glasses only because I really don't want to lose my glasses.(Even though the pair I use is an old scratched and beat up pair.)
  9. ^ Well, figuratively it was a smelly mess. Firehawk made me want to kiss the ground after I got off. And it's the only ride to make me feel like I was 'drunk'. I could not walk in a straight line after I got off.
  10. Glad everyone enjoyed the pictures and trip report.(This was my first time writing a trip report.) There was one thing I noticed while we were there. As you can see by my pictures, I wear glasses.(I don't usually take them off when going to an amusement park because I can't see without them.) But I noticed that when I got on the rides none of the ride hosts asked if I had a strap for my glasses.(Which I do.) I'm so used to the ride hosts asking when my sister and I go to Cedar Point that I found it strange that they didn't ask at Kings Island.
  11. I won't ride Firehawk. That ride scared the crap out of me. I rode it twice this weekend and I said I'd never ride it again.
  12. Had a blast at Kings Island!

  13. The Snoopys here look similar to the shape of Minnesota. I don't know why that jumped out at me, but it did. Now that you mention it I see it too.
  14. Last photos. I don't want to bore everyone with Sunday's activities since they were more of the same. All in all a great trip. We hope to make it back soon.
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