Shelby, Becky, me, Sarah
Almost thirteen years ago I was married at Six Flags St. Louis during Fright Fest. That many years later, I returned. I, along with some gal pals, had a girl's day out. Never mind that it was on Father's Day (I already got enough grief over that one).
On a note of firsts, it was the first time that me and my oldest daughter, Shelby, had been to an amusement park together.
Let it be noted that no matter how good you look going in to Six Flags, you will not look near as good going out. We were all a bunch of wet, sweaty, stinky animals when the day was said and done.
animated robotic cyborg inside the Justice League ride
Although there was a good crowd, we didn't have to wait in line very long for most of the rides. The longest was 1.5 hours for the new Justice League 4D interactive ride. It was totally worth it! 3D glasses, laser guns, super heroes...what more could you ask for?!
For whatever malfunctioning reason, the Justice League ride shut down for some time. While we were in it!
Us girls were left chillin' like a villain on our own for quite some time, until the ride got started back up again.
Shelby (aka Ginja Ninja) got to ride the Ninja. Does that mean she got to ride herself?!
We rode lots and lots of coasters, including the American Thunder pictured here.
I will never ever (repeat NEVER EVER) take these girls for a spin on the Moon Cars again. How do they expect someone to drive on a straight path with so many distractions?!
It was a super fun, super exhausting day. I wanna do it again!