…and they give her plaque?
(Okay, so it's a stretch. I deserve the brush off…)
All the little yellow buoys in the wave pools.
This little cutie is getting ready to splash his bro- ther.
Sup- plies of life jackets are available at both The Wave and Bahari.
Bring your own hat.
Thank goodness Friday is Eric’s day off!
We visited Holiday World on Saturday, June 14, 2008, for our annual company picnic. Every year we are more impressed with your facility and the friendliness of your staff.
We have 10-year old twins that are disabled and in wheelchairs. They enjoy many of the rides at your park, particularly some of the water slides. I wanted you to know how much we appreciate your staff escorting us up the stairs while we carry the twins to these rides and not making us wait in line. If this were not done they would not be able to experience this simple pleasure.
God bless you and your staff.
Carl C. and Family
I just love this photo from our Rough Riders Bumper Cars.
Okay, be nice … what is our bull-riding friend thinking?
Mike left me a message this morning that we added a new style of log to Frightful Falls this morning.
As far as I can tell, the main difference is the back of the boat is higher.
No doubt if there are other differences, we'll soon see Comments posted about them.
We just received a sweet email from 11-year-old Matthew.
He says he and his dad are planning a visit to Holiday World & Splashin' Safari. They made a pact to ride every single ride while they're here.
Matthew admits he's a little nervous about riding The Voyage and would like some advice.
I suggested he keep an eye on this post, as I'm sure our readers will come up with lots of great tips in the "Comments" section.
I'll start with my tip: Keep your eyes open, Matthew. If your eyes are closed, you won't "go with the flow" of the ride. Plus it's an incredible view from the top of the lifthill!
Okay, your turn. Click on the "Comments" link just below this post and help Matthew out.