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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Red Baron

If your kid wants to become a  flying ace, you may want them to try one of the   Kennywood's replica planes from World War II. You have complete control over how high your plane will fly.  
Ms. Burrito stayed on top while Mr. Burrito stayed low.
This is one attraction at the said amusement park that Ms. Burrito really liked.  Below is also an attraction at Kennywood called Aero 360.  "With legs dangling, riders swing back and forth attached to a familiar yellow symbol—the Kennywood Arrow! The arrows swing higher and higher with each pendulum motion, culminating in a 360 degree over-the-top experience. Ride more than once because choosing a different seat results in a different experience."
It's certainly  not my type of thing to do hahaha.

30 travelers' comments:

Liza said...

How fun! Have a fabulous week.

Liz @ MLC

Luna Miranda said...

the future pilots!:p

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Ha ha, good way to fly in safety. Diane

January said...

looks like the kids really had a great time..:)

Dropping by from MYM…Fruits and Vegetables Salad , Pina Colada, Future Engineer and Flower in the Morning

Tina´s PicStory said...

funny A´s :)

Roger Owen Green said...

post is ACES!
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Joy said...

That looks like my idea of a fun flight, no loop de loops.
Joy - ABC Team

Meoww said...

Fun times at the park! Enjoy :)

eden said...

That is so much fun for the kids. Beautiful photos.

Gattina said...

Men ! of course they like this kind of stuff, lol !

JunieRose2005 said...

Looks like a lot of fun for the kiddies!

Cool pictures!

Lina Gustina said...

Fun flights indeed.
Thanks for the visit :)

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Cute!!!! And as always your family is having a lot of fun together...that, in my opinion, is so important.

Carol said...

Looks like a ton of fun for the kiddos!

reneejustturtleflight.com said...

How much fun is that. Wonderful photos.

Chris said...

Cute pictures!

Chris H
ABC Wednesday
A is for Avogadro’s Number

magiceye said...

Sure looks like a thrilling evening!

Andy David said...

Dear friend,
Hope their lives are always filled with such happiness. Thanks for sharing.

Carver said...

That looks like a fun time for the children. Carver, ABC Wed. Team

Cheri said...

Looks like everyone had a great time. As for me, you might get me on those airplanes, but I wouldn't get anywhere near those swinging arrows!

Arthur (AmeriNZ) said...

That Aero 360 certainly isn't something I could do! Probably the planes are more my speed, LOL!

Reader Wil said...

Thanks for sharing your fun day !Lovely

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

such good fun

Reader Wil said...

Great funday for both the children and the parents. Thanks for your participation!

joy said...

Me too. I will be too dizzy:)

Hazel said...

Parang Legoland :D

Linnea said...

Kids do indeed love places like this; I prefer to keep my two feet firmly planted on the ground. Thanks for visiting my post. Have a good weekend.

zongrik said...

looks like fun

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

Great Pics! Looks like your cute kids were having a fun day!

""rare*jonRez"" said...

Those are fun stuff to do! For kids, I bet they are perfect rides to enjoy with talaga!

Thanks for joining TT, Sis! And pasensya na sa very late visit ko. I hope you don't mind my presence. Linky for this week is now up, too. I hope you can have your travel post linked in once again! :)

Rcel
http://www.3travelholics.com

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