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They have made sone improvements this week, some of the rock has been stained, as well as ride decking. Some shrubbery has been added between the queue area and pipeline where the burlap was. The tank and various others parts have been painted green and speakers added to the bridge. The water level is higher today and going over the spillway, the wood bridge supports and metal strapping which holds it secure to the pylons are now submerged. As far as the live to ride there is virtually none, in fact there are team
members on the bridge trying to get people to ride.

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Sep 24, 2018
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I just don’t see how the bridge will hold up with the supports under water. Just the parts of the bridge you can see are looking rough.

Parts of the bridge used to be underwater before they built Finnegan's.
 

Jahrules

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I won't get totally nitpicky (even though it's my hobby @Thomas ) but couldn't they have covered the bottom of the platforms? Even something simple as dark green lattice would make it look more "complete". We don't need to see the air tank, etc.

They didn't apply for "lattice-like" construction in their height waiver
 
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