Six Flags St. Louis
Eureka, Missouri
Closing Day
November 7, 2009
Page Two

The Faust Park Carousel

Faust Park is about a fifteen minute drive from Six Flags St. Louis.  It costs just a dollar per ride and is well worth it to experience a classic carousel so visit it the next time you're in the area. 

Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, MO

Here's the bunch of us with Mr. Six welcoming us to the final day of the season.  Starting from the right you've got Angie (WoodenCoastersforLife), Kat (ViolaKat03), Nick (DareToRide), Bond (Captain PegLego), Mike, (Illinois), Mr. Six, Adam and the final guy on the left is a fellow coaster enthusiast who drove down from Michigan for the day and sadly I can't remember his name.

Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, MO

After the photo pleasantries we were off to ride.  You'll notice the lack of coats.  It's because it was surprisingly hot for the seventh of November.  It got so that we almost needed to hop on the Log Flume to cool off.

The Boss Rollercoaster at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, MO

With Angie and Kat being Six Flags St. Louis newbie's they wanted to hit the coasters in a certain order so we were all off to take The Boss for a spin.  Like I have said before The Boss is a spring/fall coaster as it's the least rough then.  It gave us a pretty decent ride although the helix beat me up.  Angie and Kat liked it and didn't think it was that rough but they do ride Son of Beast so compared to that ride The Boss is as smooth as glass.


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