If you want to see the world don’t be the fulcrum pin of the ferris wheel. Rather be a nail on one of the benches in one of the cars.” ~Vineet Raj Kapoor
I have loved merry-go-rounds right from my early childhood. It was the right kind of ‘calculated risk’, you get a ‘safe’ adventure ride, you get to ride a horse without the fear of falling off, and it’s a lot of fun. What is the title hinting at, you wonder? Well, it’s the second line of…
Do you remember the last time you were at a fun fair? The fun foods the adventure rides? They didn’t seem rickety then, just a happy one-minute adventure. I miss those carefree days of life!
The fun fair is still around, close to my house. I love big giant wheels, in fact i even managed to get some great shots, (like my last sunset post) when it took to the highest point. Felt like a little kid again!
I went to a kiddie’s fair recently, and I relived so many childhood memories. This was a roller-coaster led by a dragon styled coach. It looked cute, but surely did seem too safe to ride on.