Another sign you may look for is ribbons tied around trees, indicating that they are going to be removed. The problem in this scenario is that the trees could be coming down for anything.
Normally, the cycle of construction would go like this: 1) park or corporate determines what coaster is desired 2) determine where you have room for it, and does something else need to be removed to put that new ride in? 3) prep the land--this could be done two-years ahead of time 4) get the parts 5) assemble the coaster 6) build the station and queue and 7) test
1a, a great increase in activity around the Dippin' Dots stand.
1b, a 7-page thread on this site where everyone claims to know exactly what's happening.
:) I jest of course.
Answer my Prayers, Overbook my next Flight! *** Edited 6/11/2007 2:29:30 AM UTC by Borntocoast***
Or check rcdb.com and see whether anything is mentioned for that park for '08. *** Edited 6/11/2007 2:28:08 AM UTC by RatherGoodBear***
Isn't Hoek the one always talking about Michigan's Adventure?
Those markings wownd up to be for the loading station and que area.
Thanks for another great season, VF!
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