March 8, 2013
The Perfect Roller Coaster
I have been on many roller coasters in my life, the kind that go up and drop you, the kind that spin you around, and the kind that take you in a bunch of loops. Each of these roller coasters were a different experience for me, but I have always wondered “what would be the perfect roller coaster?” Would it be one that does all those different turns, one that goes faster than any ride is allowed to go, or a ride that keeps you on your feet the whole time?
A ride with a bunch of turns would definitely make a roller coaster exciting. Barely being able to stay in your seat or keep still because of the ride pulling and pushing you every kind of direction. I remember my first time riding a roller coaster like that. I was in my teens and so excited to finally be getting on the ride that I had heard so much about. When I saw the people in front of me on the ride hanging upside down, it just looked like so much fun. As I watched the people finally get off my smile became bigger.Running to find the perfect seat, my heart racing with anticipation. Once the ride finally started I was thrown into a thrill that I couldn’t control, my hands high in the air and feet were shaking non-stop.
Once I got off that ride I was ready to try a ride just as fun, but with speed. The next roller coaster I got on only spun me around in a circle, but it felt good to feel the wind hit me hard against my face. The ride started off slowly, then each time I, went around the pace picked up. The faster it went the more my heart began to race, and the harder it was to catch my breath from the wind hitting so hard. The speed of the roller coaster was amazing I was so excited to be going so quickly in such a rush.
By the time I got off that ride, my blood was pumping and ready for at least one more ride. That’s when I saw these people stepping into a ride that only secured their upper body. At first, I thought that just couldn’t be...
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