Many rides were taken on I305. Different times of day, different seats, different weather conditions. It’s a stunning ride in any circumstance; one that will leave you asking “Is this really in America? This isn’t in Europe or Asia with all of the other ass-kickers?” RMC may have helped widened the intensity palate of the average park goes in recent years, but a ride like I305 still blows away most coasters with its raw power.
(in case you’re wondering, no, Volcano was not open on our visit. It’s basically east coast Xcelerator, so no-one was surprised).
Kings Dominion’s Huss Suspended Top Spin has developed a status of notoriety now that it’s the last of its kind in the Western Hemisphere. With Knott’s and Valleyfair’s both gone, The Crypt is one of only 3 that I’m aware of, along with Double Rock Spin at Everland and, of course, our beloved Talocan at Phantasialand.
We had more than enough time to hit all of Kings Dominion’s coasters numerous times, but both days at the park were plagued with tremendous thunder storms in the afternoon. The weather totally cancelled our evening ERT on day 2, but with such light crowds during our entire visit, you could say we had ERT the whole time.
Cheers, Kings Dominion! We’ll be back for Volcano soon!
That about wraps things up here at Kings Dominion! Join us tomorrow for the park we’re most excited for on this trip, Busch Gardens Williamsburg!
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