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    Click the logo below to view the full trip report: Samples below:
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    It is funny how you really don’t appreciate electricity until it goes out.
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    Click here to see the whole Spotlight! Samples below. Comments and discussions are welcomed!
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    Here are two pieces of memorabilia from Rolling Thunder - a piece a wood and a piece of the track plate.
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    Here are some photos I took of the Jersey Devil Coaster to show what 2021 brings us! I know we all are excited for the day that the park resumes construction on this epic single rail coaster!
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    I had always regarded Hernando's Hideaway as being the games building at the exit to Rolling Thunder. I know when Rolling Thunder was built, Larry Cochran (park GM at the time) referred to that entirely new area as the Spanish section of the park and the first of the park's new themed areas. The Johny Rockets, just my opinion, in that area of the park would not be so bad had the building's exterior remained a bit more consistent with a spanish themed land rather than plopping down a building with an exterior making it look completely out of place. This, however, is something I think Six Flags has been notorious for doing for quite some time now. Likely a result of favoring brand name products in the park as revenue generators and/or allowing the brand name company to determine where in the park it's products would be sold in order to maximize traffic flow and revenue for the product.
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    Interesting piece of trivia from a source who witnessed it first hand in 1974: A helicopter was used to pour the Log Flume's concrete footers in the area where the track goes over water because the booms on the concrete trucks couldn't reach the footer forms.
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