Personal Narrative: My Visit To Six Flags

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Last summer visiting my family in California was such an exciting thing. I haven’t seen them in over two years, so it was such a great chance to have before going to college full time, and getting my first job. When visiting my family for a few weeks, my dad decided that we were going to Six Flags Magic Mountain for my birthday. I was too happy and thought that was the most exciting thing that has ever happened to me. My sister, brother, and I had count down the weeks and days till it was the day to go to Six Flags Magic Mountain. Every day we always brought up Six Flags, and what we were going to do when we got there, or what ride we just had to ride first. Just the thought of going to Six Flags for my first time felt so exciting. I couldn’t wait to ride the biggest rides there. To have wind blowing in my face, and my stomach dropping while I through my heart up from dropping down …show more content…
There was about a two hour wait just to get on this ride, so in the meantime my sister, and step mother chicken out. But my dad, brother, and I was totally ready for this ride after we read there description on it. This ride had over a 255 feet tall drop, which took you at least 80 mph down. If I wanted to feel my heart jump out of my body, and my stomach drop I knew this was the ride. As soon as we got o and the coaster started taking us up, and up my dad decides he’s going to record! And he does, I just feel so nervous as we went up the tallest ride there. Finally we got to the top, and it was as if the roller coaster was dangling us off of a 40 foot high building, till it had enough. We went down the steep drop, and oh did I get the feeling I wanted to, my stomach was so tight it had dropped, and my heart stopped beating for a good few minutes on this ride. It was the best ride I have ever rode, and after that I knew nothing could beat that

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