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For a roller coaster that ranks among the best, you can take a much
shorter (for most of us) drive to The Great Escape, just south of Lake
George, NY, and ride the Comet.

The Yankee Cannonball, at Canobie Lake Park, NH is no slouch, either.

Bigger is not always better, whether ski hills or coasters!

Paul T.


On Fri, 6 Jun 2003 10:06:58 -0400, Stewart K. wrote:

> do you want an offseason thrill-head to cedar point,sandusky ohio-8 hour
> drive from albany-roller coaster capital of the world--just got back and
> its great-bring a chiropractor/massage person for your neck!!-just don't go
> weekends or summer!!15 roller coasters from the 420 ft./120mph dragster-320
> ft millenium-200 ft magnum-wicked twister,raptor,mantis, power tower
> drops,it has it all right on lake erie!!
>
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