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The arms have been removed from Doomsday and have been taken off site

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The work on the WWF entrance seems to be complete and they have rebuilt the cabin

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The Fun House is still closed and partition walls have been added. It isn't clear what they are there for

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No noticeable works happening on Sylvester’s Pounce’n’Bounce

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All effects are working outdoors.  the geysers, wobbly rocks, ghost down saloon, water trough, water tank etc.    Looking better than it has in years. 

Let's just say there was a reason it was nicknamed the "Green Lemon" by the opening crew of the ride... for the first several months of operation it spent more time closed than open. When it first ope

I like the loud noise it makes, adds to the suspense.

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11 hours ago, themagician said:

They’ve unfortunately gone for a flat, printed new sign. 

heh - it isn't really flat - they've riveted it on with a bit of a buckle\bow in the steel so while the steel is flat, its technically 3d!

It looks horrible. And the bigger sign back where the vultures are is the same flat printed steel and its even worse - the colours seem brighter and bolder on the vulture sign which looks more like a carnival sideshow sign than something out of the wild west. It seems like the master painter \ artist \ signwriter has been given the arse, and they've replaced them with a cheap digital sign printer they normally use for their A-frames.

Apathy at its finest folks.

ick.

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Hopefully, the effects are sorted out. Will be interesting to see how the loading works with the current COVID cleaning that is required also. I know the boats keep moving to allow for efficient loading. I am assuming once an hour all boats are almost stopped to ensure cleaning is done?.

Those jets at the top have always either been yay or nay. I hope the barrel is fixed before the final lift hill along with all the smaller show piees before hand.

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The ultimate question still remains...is the video on Lift 2 back in sync or is that still out of whack. It was out of whack in 2012 when I worked there... and it was still out of whack when I rode it in 2019 lol. Looking forward to maybe checking it out in a few weeks though, glad to hear its mostly running properly.

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28 minutes ago, Spotty said:

The ultimate question still remains...is the video on Lift 2 back in sync or is that still out of whack. It was out of whack in 2012 when I worked there... and it was still out of whack when I rode it in 2019 lol. Looking forward to maybe checking it out in a few weeks though, glad to hear its mostly running properly.

I'm sure it's still the same VHS played on the same CRT TV

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