In the presentation at King Louie's Walk through they mentioned that Dole Whip might be making an appearance for the 2019 season. I've never had it, but a lot of Disney fans are obsessed with it. I'm excited.
Diamondbacker27 wrote:In the presentation at King Louie's Walk through they mentioned that Dole Whip might be making an appearance for the 2019 season. I've never had it, but a lot of Disney fans are obsessed with it. I'm excited.
I've had it at Holiday World and it's outstanding. Very refreshing on a hot day.
Didn't get to go to the Winter walk-through, woke up sick Saturday morning, was bummed that I had to miss it. Got some pics from this morning, that Mark Brunner shared.They are moving along pretty quick, considering the weather we been having. I'm really liking the look and placement of this coaster.
Overview of what has been worked on.
The turn around is all of the main structure that is left to be placed.
Have some more pics of Kentucky Flyer construction, thanks to Mark Brunner. I'm excited about this coaster, at my home park, adds on to their punch! These pics where from Friday, the turnaround most likely got finished today.
Transfer track, that you will walk under to board the coaster.
Track going down all over the course
Not much left, of the main structure on the back turn
The turn around
Overview of the back half
All that's left of the main structure to be erected
The turn around is about done
The station is coming together
Love this look now, as you enter Hurricane Beach Club
If it's anything like other Kingdom coasters, they'll always have two trains operating on the weekends. Sometimes they'll have two trains running on week days if it's busy enough.If they only have one train on the track and the crew notices that the queue is getting pretty full they can call for a second train to be transferred over.
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