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I haven't logged in here for ages and Im glad I did tonight. I had heard about this place before, but this is the first time I've really got to know what its about. This is a great project. I love the old classic dark rides. Sure the sally laser makeovers are great and all, but I do miss just sitting there rumbling along in the dark nervous about what's going to assault me round the next corner.
I also cant get over the reality of that store! Its exactly the kind of place where you can happen upon a real unexpected gem that you would sell a kidney for.
I am definitely going to have to talk my Dad into driving the motor home out there for the flea market and to check this place out next year. We love antiques, flea markets, old beer cans/bottles/signs...and the dark ride restoration project is the bonus win & a super cool idea!
Thanks for sharing, Larry!
PS - Anyone named 'Buffalo Bill' restoring dark rides is a winner in my book!
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