Six Flags St. Louis
April 12, 2014
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This winter has been insane with snow after show after show all the
way up into April (It just snowed yesterday April 14) so nice warm spring
days have been hard to come by. With the weather predicted to be sunny
and in the 80's Bond and I had to get out of the house and get some
coasters to shake off cabin fever. We headed to Six Flags St. Louis
for a day of fun in the sun.
I decided to just enjoy the day without lugging around the big camera so
this will not be a full trip report but a little update on the goings on
at Six Flags St. Louis in preparation for the new for 2014 Tsunami Soaker
ride and a few other things.
Tsunami Soaker sits between the Worlds Fair section , the Warner Brothers
Back Lot and Chouteau's Market sections of the park in the space that
once held the long defunct
TThis area for decades has consisted of the rusting Hannibarrels, a few
shops and a bunch of themed facades. This was the dead section of
the park. Thankfully with Tsunami Soaker coming it it will have significantly
more life especially during the hot months of summer.
Construction was still ongoing this weekend although it looks like all that
is left to do is to add Tsunami Soaker's finishing touches and theming.
Tsunami Soaker is a Mack Rides designed and manufactured "Twist 'N
Splash" ride.br />