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  • Easiest ride to operate?

    What is your guy's/gal's opinion on the easiest ride to operate? I'm thinking something along the lines of the little kid's rides....

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    Re: Easiest ride to operate?

    Huff and Puff at Knotts.

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    • #3
      Re: Easiest ride to operate?

      I'm thinking Heimlich's Choo Choo.

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      • #4
        Re: Easiest ride to operate?

        Originally posted by Truelavender
        Huff and Puff at Knotts.

        lol, never heard of it. I was thinking a little more along the lines of disneyland/DCA...

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        • #5
          Re: Easiest ride to operate?

          Mickey's Philharmagic. No buttons or anything.
          Um, most of the ones I ran (Fantasyland WDW) were button-pushers, and they were all pretty much the same.
          They are the Disney Princesses and their goal is world domination. -Mary McNamara | LA Times / AP

          Fall 2004: Fantasyland Attractions

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          • #6
            Re: Easiest ride to operate?

            The Tiki Room was the easy one for me do a little speil beofre the show shut the doors bush the green show start button and jose takes over...

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            • #7
              Re: Easiest ride to operate?

              The Haunted Mansion has to be easier than any of the kiddie rides in DCA or Fantasyland. For the most part, the doombuggies are constantly moving, and are in a loop, so there's no stop or start. When there is, nothing really gets "backed up", since once you restart the ride, everyone goes at the same speed.

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              • #8
                Re: Easiest ride to operate?

                HISTA/ ASTRO
                HISTA goes on a timed basis. You only have to press a button if you really need to.
                Astro is pretty simple too.

                But yes, I also worked HuffnPuff at Knotts and it was a fairly easy ride to operate.
                "They have the Swiss...."

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