A salute the early use of the death penalty in Texas.
Obviously, Six Flags wasn't banking on a lot of visitors from the North.
One of the scenes from the "Fiesta train" ride.
Needless to say, the animation wasn't that realistic.
Tourists get to paddle a Native American canoe (which we therefore to be a "war" canoe).
Apparently, the Indian Navy was larger and more aggressive than I realized.
Notice that the animals are billed as "baby" animals.
I'm guessing that modern marketing studies have now confirmed
that baby animals are significantly cuter and safer than adult animals.
It is a simplier time when people considered fountains and marching bands "entertainment."
Yes, a big slide came right out of the big skull.
I believe that at one point the slide was painted red.
Can you spot Arlington anywhere in this photo?
"Canopied gardens." How many theme parks advertise their "canopied gardens" today.
All aboard for "Adventure" (obviously very adventurous because it capitalized) on the train.
It's wonderful living in a place where "Texas" is synonymous with shooting.
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