I used to love going to those fairs that set up and break down in a day. Now I'd be afraid of all the equipment breaking down and me falling to my death!That is a very, very pretty picture, though. I wouldn't mind being at the very tippy-top of that ferris wheel, but it would depend on who's sitting next to me...
I can't do amusement park rides, not even ferris wheels. I panic, with tears and everything.But it would be fun to be the one who was able to give other people rides on a ferris wheel, to see all the happy faces going by! =)
I'm in, Phlegmmy.50/50. I could swing $25K for a FRIGGIN FERRIS WHEEL!!! We'll give it a really cool name, and play way better music while folks are riding.Thoughts?;)tweaker
Love the picture. Don't like heights, but have been on the ferris wheel. It'd be fun to have in the back yard for parties or for the neighborhood kids. But my first mental vision was the ferris wheel on a trailer being pulled by a truck down the high way, all lit up of course. Ok, I'll openly admit I'm warped.
$50,000 actually seems kind of reasonable for a ferris wheel. Not that I have ever priced them out. I'd go for it!
Ooh, purdy lites.I remember the first time I rode the double at the State Fair all those years ago. It probably wasn't any higher than this one.
Hi Phlemmy. Tell me, isn't "but I lurves me some bright colors and spinny lights" what got Michael Jackson into trouble originally?>)~..^(<
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