Congratulations, you have survived the 2011 offseason. Let's finish up the update!
Final Part: Zoo America, Pioneer and Tudor Square
I have never seen this guy off this perch.
They seem too busy napping.
The Black Bears have woke up from their hibernation...
Well, not all of them. This one wakes up in stages probably. lol
It's a goose. That's the best caption I can give...
Meh. Hawks are better in my opinion.
Must be hot out.
No, it hasn't been painted yet...
Ready for dispatch.
It hurts that its 80 degrees out, Storm Runner's trains are in the station and the park isn't open.
This will be year that I get my Roller Soaker credit.
The Flying Snake Dive: the longest name for a coaster inversion.
I saw only one train for Looper, but it probably won't need the second one for Springtime.
Let's move over to Tudor Square...
Concert signs are up.
The flowers are coming in nicely.
Hmm... I wonder what it could be? (sarcasm)
Welcome to Hersheypark Place. They were better off keeping it Tudor Grill. At least it would've had some more creativity in my opinion.
I'm hoping the interior we be better than it's name.
This would be awesome if the park was actually open.
But as far as Hersheypark Place, it looks like they maybe done since there were no construction vehicles parked out in front of it. But then again, it may have been their day off.
But for the most part, the flowers are blooming, the trees are sprouting, and the coaster trains are parked in their stations...
Welcome to the 2011 coaster season...
Time to ride.
That's it for the update. We have a good amount of people planning on attending our 2nd Keystone Thrills Meet-Up on Sunday and we hope to see you there!