See:On my last ride it didn't flip much and I crossed most of the top going forward going up and down hills while rocking a bit. It gave a great roller coaster feeling and I could see building a more normal coaster with rocking seats and no forced flipping.
That last one is EME H2O.I can't take credit for this, as my son found it. And I feel this post belongs here in this thread, vs the corresponding Haunt thread; as it shows continued effort in the park staying true to the Jungle X theme.
But at the new Site X scare zone, if you look close at the excavation site, you'll notice several cans with hidden message ciphers:
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From two of the three cans that I took photos of, the hidden messages are decoded below. Where for the third, my son and I could not fully decipher it, as the last two characters do not seem to appear on the original language guide from May.
And even though the hidden messages themselves are really simple and lacking, and these details are something that 99% would overlook during the Haunt event... but man! I absolutely love these little attention to details by the park's creative team. (And as a personal hope, I truly hope they keep them coming through next season as well.)
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Hiden Message: ORANGE
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Hiden Message: PEANUTS
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Hiden Message: EMEH??
They seem to have a company party for sheehy back there today. The balloons are right in the middle of it.Those look like the same kind of balloons BGW uses for sightline testing, but with that has KD ever been required to perform these kinds of tests?
Beyond FAA limits I don't think Hanover County has any height restrictions and it's not like there's any large residential neighborhoods next door either.
The balloon locations appear to be over top of the amphitheater area and not back towards the Volcano plot.
Therefore I'd guess this is for a fireworks display - the park trying to figure out what heights they need to achieve for optimal viewing in different park sections.
When attempting to match the angle of the picture to Google Maps, it appears this test is more to determine a better launch location: the amphitheater parking area or the grass behind the seating area:
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This exact thing has happened before and it turned out to be part of their company gathering given that it's a Sunday I would bet good money on that being the case again.They seem to have a company party for sheehy back there today. The balloons are right in the middle of it.
Maybe just decoration?
Those look like the same kind of balloons BGW uses for sightline testing,