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The Velocity Extreme isn't far now!
This is getting a little too creepy. We're leaving- now.
Before Harper and Lexi reached their final destination, they walked through an aisle of game booths. Faded prizes hung from the walls forlornly and in neglect. Nerf balls were scattered on a booth from a once popular target game.
Out of nowhere, Harper felt a SWOOSH by her ear. One of the nerf balls flew past, barely missing her head. Once the ball bounced on the ground, the late-afternoon air became still again.
Harper! What are you doing? We need to leave, not get closer!
But Harper had turned to look at something else, further frustrating Lexi by ignoring her. Harper's eyes widened as she gazed up in wonder.
Stop! Harper, stop.
The Velocity Extreme roller coaster lived up to its name, the track twisting and turning after a plunging drop. It was infamous for the death it had caused, but a wonder nonetheless. Harper's daredevil nature did not mix well with the opportunity.
As if in a trance, Harper weaved through the waiting line until she reached the boarding station, much to Lexi's dismay. A wooden cart was sitting at the station in invitation. Cobwebs had formed and the wheels were beginning to rust.
Harper continued to be pulled by an invisible string until she was sitting in the car. She was completely strapped in, if the molding cloth counted as a strap. A delighted expression graced Harper's face, with a glazed look in her eye.
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