VBW07: Day 5 – Thrills

I recently took a visit to Santa Cruz with my friend Lindsay and we rode the
super rickety Giant Dipper wooden roller coaster. Santa Cruz is the only US west coast city to still have a boardwalk with amusement park rides.

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  • Doesn’t Santa Monica still qualify as having a boardwalk with amusement park rides? Come down here and judge for yourself!

  • Doesn’t Santa Monica still qualify as having a boardwalk with amusement park rides? Come down here and judge for yourself!

  • Pava, you’re so right. Santa Cruz makes a big deal about being the ‘only major seaside amusement park on the West Coast’ and it says so on their website. Maybe they have some kind of grudge against Santa Monica or something and don’t recognize them as a playa. Weird.

  • Pava, you’re so right. Santa Cruz makes a big deal about being the ‘only major seaside amusement park on the West Coast’ and it says so on their website. Maybe they have some kind of grudge against Santa Monica or something and don’t recognize them as a playa. Weird.

  • sweet dude, thanks for the crotch shot.

  • sweet dude, thanks for the crotch shot.

  • This has to be one of the most scary rollercoasters I’ve been on because you can just hear it falling apart bit by bit.

    Which is part of the fun!

  • This has to be one of the most scary rollercoasters I’ve been on because you can just hear it falling apart bit by bit.

    Which is part of the fun!

  • “…is the only US west coast city to still have a boardwalk with amusement park rides.”

    oh, so it’s the town in Lost Boys.

    One thing about living in Santa [Cruz] I never could stomach: all the damn vampires.

  • “…is the only US west coast city to still have a boardwalk with amusement park rides.”

    oh, so it’s the town in Lost Boys.

    One thing about living in Santa [Cruz] I never could stomach: all the damn vampires.

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