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This past May the Marching Band traveled to Cleveland Ohio While we were in Ohio we took time to visit the Cedar Point Amusement Park which is the home for the monumental roller coaster Millennium Force With a 310-foot drop at an 80-degree angle the coaster reaches speeds of more than 90 miles an hour Upon arriving at Cedar Point I could see the massive coaster from far away The coaster was by far taller then any other ride in the park It looked as if the huge coaster was intruding the clouds in the sky It looked too extreme for me before I even entered the park there was no way I was going on that ride Plus I was too afraid of roller coasters As the day went on my friends slowly talked me into riding the huge coaster I was not quite sure about riding the Millennium Force but before I could even think twice about it my friends were pulling me towards the coaster Because the Millennium Force opened only the day before we had arrived at the park there was a 3- hour wait As I stood in line waiting to ride the huge roller coaster one by one I noticed each band member began to have second thoughts as they examined the height of the coaster As we got closer to the boarding area we acted as support for each other We also started to reason ourselves out of the fear of riding Someone said Hey our odds of being hurt in a car accident are higher than being hurt on this roller coaster Everyone quickly agreed and before I knew it it was our turn The Millennium Force operator directed us to the futuristic cars that resembled silver bullets ready to shoot us in to the air We jumped in with excitement I realized that I had stood in line for 3 hours and the ride would be
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