Recently, I became a blogger at AOL’s popular travel blog, Gadling. I hope to add more general theme park and roller coaster news to the site’s already very rich content. Because Gadling has such a wide audience the posts there may be a little more general while my posts here will be a bit more for the enthusiasts. For example, I’ll probably save the geeking out about Texas Giant’s crazy turn and Voyage’s timberliners for the blog. And, although I will be busy with several site redesigns and launches for friends and family this winter, I’ll definitely still be active here on the blog. My last post was about Orlando Thrill Park’s 14 announced rides. LATimes Funland Blog has gallery with pictures of similar rides. Here are more of my recent posts: North Korean Theme Parks: Communism Meets Amusement Park Fun Canobie Lake Adds Untamed Gravity Group-designed Wooden Warrior coming to Quassy Six Flags New England’s Theme Wild Mouse Coaster for 2011 World’s Fastest Coaster – Formula Rossa In Action – Video See all of my posts on Gadling including my introductory Q&A. Here’s the URL for my Gadling RSS feed. It’s a huge opportunity for me, but as I said, The Coaster Critic’s Blog will continue on. And, even get an upgrade within the next month or so in the way of my biggest redesign yet. Again, if you’re looking for the very latest in theme park news there’s no site that has more than Theme Park Syndicate. TPS is constantly updated with the latest theme park news from the largest and most popular theme park websites on the web. Check out Theme Park Syndicate! What’s Your Take? What do you think of these news stories? Leave a comment below. 5 Responses Merle December 7, 2010 Thats a great oppurtunity but on the la times post it fials to mention an exelarator coaster was that plan dropped Reply Bernard December 8, 2010 It was.. Its number 14 in the gallery.. Reply Piedude81 December 10, 2010 See you after the holidays! We'll still be here. Reply The Coaster Critic December 12, 2010 Thanks guys. It's great writing for Gadling and the CCB redesign is looking really good behind the scenes. I'm excited for the January 1 relaunch. Hmmm…. I smell another countdown. Reply Quil December 12, 2010 And it's a Blue one this time. 1-1-11 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.