Friday, June 4, 2010

Time..

Time had us by the balls. Test Track was running almost every night and would open to the public soon. We had progressed to the point were we could stay in the ride as long as we wanted. We were at the top of our game yet the "top" also meant the end.

Chief and I had become masters of our obsession. We had learned how to feed our hunger. It became so regular to us that it was totally comfortable. Comfort, dear friends, often leads to sudden chaos.

I guess a good story is worth nothing if it doesn't have an ending.


Tarzan must have smelled REALLY bad. There's no way Jane would have been with him. The Tarzan stories are nonsense.



6 comments:

  1. This, plus the emotional post about each other, are we heading towards a Mesa Verde Times series finale? Say it ain't so!

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  2. I don't think so. MVT will never die.

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  3. We're not finished yet. I just got the feeling that were at the same part with this blog as we were when we were very comfortable in our adventures.

    Several "signs" happened in the last three days that indicate it might be time to kick "Pirates of the Magic Kingdom" into high gear:) Wouldn't it be fun to see the MVT equivalent for 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea?

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  4. Have you visited 20k ride.com? Chock full of 20k goodness.

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  5. Pirates and 20,000 leagues?

    Hell yeah!

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  6. As much as I love Horizons, I too feel seeing the explorations of other sides would be great at this point. I'm imagining you guys scubaing around the lagoon in 20k, and it's awesome.

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