How about a little InvadR update? There isn't anything "vertical," of course, but the park has been making progress preparing the site in Fort New France, and they've added some new signs to their construction walls. These photos were taken from the train, the path to the LeScoot log flume, and the bridge near Alpengeist.
Now, just to make sure we're all on the same page here, it's pronounced "Invad . . .
. . . R"! At least the folks on the train emphasize the "R." The "TM" is, I presume, silent.
Rounding the bend into the construction zone (not far from the Festhaus).
Hmm--looks like something's afoot here.
Perhaps, a "footer"? At least that's what I think it is, but this stairway of concrete and rebar could be serving some other purpose.
Looking at the site under part of LeScoot, from the train.
Lots of signs on the construction walls now.
So, you can be a villager, a hot warrior chick . . .
. . . or a mascot for a certain football team in Minnesota.
Best start girding your loins for war!
So, they're being protected from the coaster the Vikings are building?
Those Vikings certainly are destructive.
Darn those darn ol' Vikings and all their digging! At least they're respecting the Chesapeake Bay Watershed by putting up those erosion barricades.
Here's an overhead, through-the-trees" shot of the construction site. The covered area is part of the LeScoot queue.
One last look at a bit of concrete-and-rebar work from the Alpengeist bridge.
Trappers' Village has a tough defense, but their offense in the "red zone" is questionable. That's all for now.
I'm so excited for my trip to BGW next summer. I'm in VA at the moment, but only had 1 day to do a park and I figured Kings Dominions was a better one day park, Busch Gardens definitely looked more like a 2 day park with everything in it.
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