Forgotten Fun

You’d think that the older we get the less risk averse but that’s not the case. When I was a kid I’d be the first in line at the amusement parks for the biggest, tallest rollercoasters and the scariest, most gut-churning rides. It has been a while since I went to an amusement park in real life, now the kids have grown up and have yet to provide the required grandchildren to take to them. I first noticed a limit to my zest for fear was waning was on a holiday to Florida when I flat out refused to go anywhere near The Hulk rollercoaster at Universal Studios. There were a couple of other rides that I took one look at and decided ‘nuh-uh, no way’ and I had never been like that before. The scarier the better had been my motto in the past when it came to theme parks. I’m thinking maybe next summer I should visit one and see if the fear is better or worse than it was back then.

Credits:

*NOMAD // Abandoned Roller Coaster **NEW** at 6 Republic

*NOMAD // Old Ticket Booth // Rusty **NEW** at 6 Republic

*NOMAD // Space Shuttle Cart // Red **NEW** at 6 Republic

*NOMAD // Space Shuttle Cart // Blue **NEW** at 6 Republic

*NOMAD // Amusement Park Fence **NEW** at 6 Republic

*10T&Co – RR-Sign **NEW** at 6 Republic

*JIAN Blackberry Bush **NEW** at FaMESHed

*JIAN Gray Fox Static – Walking **NEW** at FaMESHed

*JIAN Gray Fox Static – Looking **NEW** at FaMESHed

DRD EL spring piggie

DRD EL swing

T-Spot Mesh – Weeds Patch

Razor Bird – Broken Gates

Heart – Wild Flowers – Campion – Blue

*alirium* Dwarf Forest [Old Gold]

HPMD* Garden Tree07 – yellow a

Skye Twisted Tree

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