I feel like once this coaster is built people will be happy with it. I'm sure they'll make it look nice and after the first few seasons capacity may not be as much of an issue. I guess we'll have to wait and see though.
When did this track arrive--Sunday afternoon? There wasn't any there on Sunday before 3:00 pm, from what I could see; then again, BGW does a pretty fair job of hiding things (at least until you ride Griffon, which gives you quite a nice view of the surrounding area).
In the past, they've stored new ride components in a parking lot over by the brewery, which you can see pretty clearly from the top of Griffon; but I don't know if that's what they're doing this time around.
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