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Nov 22, 2009
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Was at Busch yesterday (June24) on the train going across the rhine river bridge and noticed (looking to the left) that they had placed a NEW Flashing light buoy marker in the water. Iam thinking that this means that they may start running the boats after dark OR for marking off for water way traffic for the new ride to go in..
 
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cschartz1 said:
Was at Busch yesterday (June24) on the train going across the rhine river bridge and noticed (looking to the left) that they had placed a NEW Flashing light buoy marker in the water. Iam thinking that this means that they may start running the boats after dark OR for marking off for water way traffic for the new ride to go in..

They have announced that they will be having night cruises during the fireworks show, so that's probably what that is for. Good observation none-the-less.
 

Zachary

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It is worth noting that said tours are not free. It is $20 per person (a little steep if you ask me). Personally, I've never found a better place to see fireworks at the park than down at the boat docks or on the skyride. The skyride takes some educated guessing and a ton of luck, but if you do it right, you can see almost the whole show and it is a fantastic view. Anyway, if you want to book a seat on the boat, here is the link.
 

Fur Dozy

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Griffon is fun with the fireworks too. Did anyone see the balloons marking the fireworks like last year?
 
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