Someone said this idea was actually floated about. But budget restraints made it pretty impossible.CastleOSullivan said:^I was really hoping that the stage would make a modified return this year. I believe it's possible. It would probably cost way too much for a show style that the park obviously is not serious about.
Last night around 8 PM when I saw Nostradamus (the owl) and Elixer (the raven) they were half asleep but stirring. Definitely in sleep mode but I fully expect they can talk also. It was great to see. During Ride Night we had the juggler, gypsy violinist, a magician, and yellow parasol girl passing through the crowd entertaining and interacting with guests. Good memories! Coca-Cola has a lounge on the patio overlooking Griffon giving away free samples in aluminum bottles. There's lots of loungy furniture to rest upon. The Coca-Cola pillows were rapidly walking away. Upon exit outside of the turnstiles we were given a black, velvet box with a really nice gift. It is a solid brass 40th anniversary collectible coin with the 40th logo on the front and The Old Country on the obverse (though I prefer it the other way around). Attendance was very low -- perhaps as few as 250 guests. I think I am feeling some dame bramage this morning from riding Griffon a few too many times... Thanks for a fun night, BGW! Now I am off to the coaster tour!CastleOSullivan said:I somehow guessed that they would have a tribute to the Enchanted Laboratory, but this definitely exceeded my expectations. What does the actor do? Do the animatronics talk?
Do you know if the big bad wolf car is still coming out??? I haven't seen it. If you could let us know that would be great!bgbackdoor said:two renovated le mans cars not just one
big bad wolf car
possible drachen fire car
*not likely to stay put in that spot