For some people, going above and beyond at work means picking up an extra project or taking the lead on a presentation. For us, it means sampling funnel cake to make sure it’s perfect, sacrificing our skin to give our guests the scariest experience possible or, in Monday’s case, it means literally going above and beyond by test riding the Great Nor’Easter on a brisk, but gorgeous November morning.
Our mission was to ride as many times as we could in as many seats as possible. Every seat really does provide a unique experience. Riding in the back is a completely new thrill than the middle. If you’ve never ridden in the front of the Nor’Easter, I highly recommend it. There’s no more beautiful view. We even saw some dolphins playing in the surf before we plunged down the track!
We were testing out improvements made to the Great Nor’Easter’s track in a couple different spots. Our team worked out some knots through the corkscrew and sidewinder areas making for a much smoother ride. Feel the difference yourself in Summer 2012!