Saturday, May 22, 2010

May 22, 2010 Update...

The first 18 photos feature Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Water Park and its newest attraction, TORNADO, opening to the public on Saturday, May 29, 2010:

First, lets take a look at some overview shots:

Now we'll delve into the details of TORNADO as it nears completion:

It looks as though the park has quite a bit of finishing touches to complete before the Media Day event on May 27th, though I have no doubt they will pull this off without a hitch....

And last up on our tour of Hurricane Harbor, the "Taak It Eez Ee Creek's" first major traffic jam of the year:

Now for some general areas of the theme park. Not a bad crowd today, with many buses:

Saw Mill Log Flume:

Bizarro floor-less coaster:

And last but not least, Six Flags Great Adventure's "Bone Yard" of defunct rides from yesteryear....See if you can spot any that you remember riding:

Thanks for Flying along and as always, I hope you've enjoyed the view from above !!!

Monday, March 8, 2010

March 7, 2010 Update...

This years NEW Tornado attraction now has a home on the perimeter of Hurricane Harbor:

A closer look at the clearing for the attraction:

And yet a closer look, with the concrete foundations clearly visible:

One more view of Hurricane Harbor's construction progress:

Ahhh, El Toro, in all its faded & weathered glory:

A view of Great Adventure looking towards Nitro:

The "Same" view only "Different":

And lastly an overall view of the park, with Prospertown Lake in the background:

I hope you've Enjoyed the Photos....See you on the next Great Adventure Fly-Over !!!

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Happy New Year - January 16, 2010 Update...

First, let's take a look at Hurricane Harbor:

If you look carefully at the right of the photo along the road, the parts that will eventually becom the NEW Tornado attraction at the park can be seen:

Tornado parts in greater detail:

Now let's take a look at Great Adventure Theme Park. Have fun spotting anything NEW, as the only thing I can find is the work being performed on Twister. Two cranes look to have the ride dismantled....

This photo shows the two cranes working on Twister (center):

A portion of Prospertown Lake adjacent to Great Adventure; this is where the Water Shows are staged as well as the barges for the Fireworks:

I hope you've Enjoyed the Photos....See you on the next Great Adventure Fly-Over !!!