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02/19/16 at 12:29pm in Le Mans returns
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(02/19/16 07:55am)bgbackdoor Wrote:  tree clearing is pipeline work only - no le mans
Bgbackdoor is normally spot on with his info so it looKS like my info is bad. Which as I said before was possible which was why it was posted as rumor not news.
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02/19/16 at 05:53pm in Le Mans returns
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As much as I would love to see Les Mans returned to Busch Gardens, I think the reasons for it's removal was reasonable, the Griffon was a better choice and it helped make Aquitaine become a popular and alive area.

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02/19/16 at 05:58pm in Le Mans returns
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(02/19/16 05:53pm)VAman93 Wrote:  As much as I would love to see Les Mans returned to Busch Gardens, I think the  reasons for it's removal was reasonable, the Griffon was a better choice and it helped make Aquitaine become a popular and alive area.

Don't let Zachary hear you...

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02/19/16 at 06:05pm in Le Mans returns
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I geuss this is just another landscaping project. But then again, landscaping projects jave turned into something else before.

Rollercoaster?,oh, you must be talking about our festa landscaping project!
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02/19/16 at 06:31pm in Le Mans returns
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(02/19/16 05:53pm)VAman93 Wrote:  As much as I would love to see Les Mans returned to Busch Gardens, I think the  reasons for it's removal was reasonable, the Griffon was a better choice and it helped make Aquitaine become a popular and alive area.

Agreed!

Le Mans was way past its prime. That area of the park was completely dead and during Le Mans' final years the attraction had very low ridership.
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02/19/16 at 08:10pm in Le Mans returns
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(02/19/16 06:31pm)Unagi Wrote:  Le Mans was way past its prime.  That area of the park was completely dead and during Le Mans' final years the attraction had very low ridership.

I was thinking as you do Unagi.  However, self-driving electric cars are all the rage today.  Maybe this is Apple's secret electric car project? Winking  It would be fun to see Coke a little nervous with some sponsor competition.
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