Arriving at Six Flags in the morning, the weather was almost perfect... just a tad bit cool. That would change, however, as the sun rose in the sky.
The Red Tower of Six Flags... I've never been up to the top (that I can recall). Today it was closed.
Stephanie waiting in line for the Mountain coaster thingie. I forget what it's called at the moment.
Joshua in line for the Super Dark Mountain coaster ride. No, that's not the name of it, either... it still eludes me.
The happy 0.75 Lester Family, Clan c.k., waiting in line for that in-the-dark roller coaster.
Kirsten and I, good friends...
Kirsten taking a picture of the waterfall with her cellphone.
In line in the cave that leads to the roller coaster that's in the dark.
This is a cute photo. Both of them are looking up and away.
Kirsten consulting the park map...
Kirsten and Stephanie making their way through the Six Flags crowd.
Joshua and Kirsten consulting the Six Flags park map.
This is that ride where they pull you up 50 stories and then let you drop, hanging only by a thread. (Some exaggerations were perpetrated in this report.)
Stephanie in line for the Mini Mine Train coaster. It was, like, a 30 minute wait for a 30-second ride! We won't be doing that again.
Trying to get a quick, cool shot of a beam of light striking Kirsten in the face. Missed it by inches and seconds!
Telling secrets in the Mini Mine Train coaster ride line. That's just not right.
Cute shot of the 0.75 family.
Joshua and Stephanie get ready to ride the deadly Mine Train! Okay, it's not really deadly.
Look at the FEAR on their faces as the Mine Train prepares to take them on a journey into heck!!!
The Six Flags Over Texas...
The Six Flags Over Texas... if only that damn tree had been shorter, or I had had the persistance to take a shot of the flags from another angle. DOH!