Dorothy and Toto, Lego-styleThese are definitely not your normal lego “mini-figs.”Many different building areas, and a few rides like this one mixed in. The faster you pedaled, the higher you went.Here we are about to be served lunch by the electric train at the cafe across the street.The restaurant is near a Wizard of Oz play area. So the yellow brick road at least makes it to Missouri.And the baloon makes a great pose.Welcome to Worlds of Fun. The waterpark, Oceans of Fun, opens on Memorial weekend. This was opening day for the amusement park.The younger kids area is Peanuts=themed. Here is Easter Snoopy.Lucy was a hit…with both kids.And they liked posing with the dinosaurs.From there, it was every type of tranportation possible.They liked the carousel, but it was soon crowded out by more modern rides.Grandma let them pick their own face paint. Planes…busses,ships,(It was even worth a long line for the log ride, which got us slighly wet on the hot day.This is supposed to simulate Linus clutching his blanket behind a speeding Snoopy. It was a favorite, ridden perhaps a dozen times.Then we get to the cars…Luke behind the wheel of a gas powered vehicle. Wow!Luke and I ended both days with rides on the giant wooden roller coaster. Luke was super brave, and one of the youngest riders we saw. This is a fitting expression.We ended the last day with some road runner cartoons, a fun end to two exciting days.