College bound!

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Always wanted to take a trip to Cedar Point when the kids where younger. Not sure I could handle the coasters now.
Use to go there multiple times a year as a kid and teenager. A couple decades and back surgeries later and the only thing I ride there now is the lazy river and beer cart!
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We did old swilwaukees until I found Tuborg for $2.99/case on closeout. $.05 tap beers (6oz) Fridays till 8 an 5 cent wings. Visited my daughter at East Carolina University a couple weeks ago and drinks where $10 ea in the 3 bars we all went times have changed.

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