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Grandpa Builds Incredible Roller Coaster For Kid In Backyard, Internet Is Swooning

The clip shows the young kid exalted as he rides in his own personal backyard coaster which the grandpa constructed to give the kid his own amusement park.

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A video of an “awesome” grandfather who built a roller coaster car for his grandkid from scrap material in the backyard has stunned the internet. Shared on Twitter by Rex Chapman, the 12-second clip shows the young kid exalted as he rides in his own personal backyard coaster which the grandpa hustled to construct to give the kid his own little amusement park during the quarantine.  

With over 1.8 million views, the clip has impressed the internet as they call the grandpa “full of energy and life” and “looking younger than most 27-year olds”. Some even appreciated the fact that he got down to manual labour, constructing the kid an amazing ride “with his own hands”. “I wish I was so talented,” pointed out a user lauding his creative side and engineering skills. The grandfather-grandkid duo can be seen playing as the little one enjoys the ride in his motorized chair swing while the granddad propels it and watches after him as if to say he “loved his grandchild to the moon and back,” like one other user pointed out. 

Rex wrote in the caption that the man designed and built the simple backyard roller coaster on his own as most parks and kids' amusement centers remain shuttered due to the pandemic. Further, he said, that’s the kind of the “positive content” he was on Twitter for.

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Keeping kids happy

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many parents and grandparents have embarked on the wide world of DIY projects in the hope of keeping their kids entertained as they isolate at home due to stay-at-home orders. Some have their kids play with the unique toys that they built while others have been trying to assist in online classes to keep the young ones occupied before they returned to school and things got back to normal. This one clip is definitely a family member going the extra mile to make the kid in the household happy.  

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