Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Hersheypark Visit

If you want more information about Andy Narell and to hear his music, check out his website at http://www.vh1.com/artists/az/narell_andy/artist.jhtml. Then you can hear him live in concert Thursday night at Catonsvile High School performing with the steel drum band.
Spent the first weekend in April at Hersheypark. Hershey sports a new arena called Giant Stadium, and the Milton Hershey School campus for disadvantaged students continues to grow. We also saw the St. Petersburg Ballet perform at the gorgeous Hershey Theater. If you go, be sure to visit Chocolate World and take the Trolley Tour of the town. Also, if you get a chance to try the new Hershey Meltaway Center Bliss chocolates, we loved them! Just wanted to share how much roller coasters have changed over the years.
Sarah (age 12) waits to blast off - 0 to 80 mph in seconds

Here's the original Comet wooden coaster - the only coaster at Hershey when I was 12

New Farhenheit coaster- the steepest vertical drop in the entire USA- opens the end of May

Sarah and Rosa with Peppermint Pattie

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