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15 March 2013 - 6:22pm
Last chance to take a look - what in the World is that thing?
No, Abbey F. from Owensboro, Kentucky, it's not the world's largest "Amusement Park Master Power Button" ... but you made us laugh at the thought of it, so you win two tickets.
Abbey even sent a graphic to illustrate her funny:
Bryan B. from Strongsville, Ohio, was one of 30 who correctly identified the mystery photo as the saucer from the green cup on the new Kitty's Tea Party ride. He receives a pair of tickets, too.
The third set? That would be for the first person who emailed us the correct answer: Betty W. from Hardinsburg Kentucky.
Now that you've seen the saucer, we'll show you the cup, too.
Kitty's Tea Party will be ready for you to take a spin on opening day, May 4.
Thanks to everyone for playing!
14 March 2013 - 3:19pm
We're proud to carry the title of World's Cleanest Park.
But even the cleanest park can get a little dusty over the winter months.
And so, as we gear up for opening day, there's a lot of scrubbing taking place.
Even ... inside Gobbler Getaway:
Here's Brooke, dusting (and, it seems, detailing) every last apple in one of the overflowing baskets in the streets of Autumn Falls.
She has a magical dust cloth, apparently.
Not sure if the expression on this turkey's face is an homage to William Tell ...
... or if he just caught sight of Farmer Van Snoodle shirtless.
That's right, even the characters' clothes are laundered in anticipation of opening day.
Yes, Abigail's, too. (Only she was too modest to be photographed in the altogether.)
Who's the best "turkey caller" in your family?
13 March 2013 - 6:51pm
This family-travel website was just quoted in a Parade magazine about planning family vacations on a budget.
MiniTime.com is sort of a TripAdvisor.com - but specifically for family travel. When we took a look to see what visitors were saying about their visits to Holiday World and the town of Santa Claus, we heard crickets. (Or saw crickets - since it's a soundless website? No thank you. I don't want that picture in my head. Sorry, Jiminy.)
Would you like to put in a good word for us and share a few memories on the MiniTime site? Thank you; we'd sure appreciate it.
13 March 2013 - 4:49pm
... but you don't have any walls ...
... it's much appreciated when the railing for your safety harness gets at much TLC as you give to your coasters!
Our Coaster Cats wear safety harnesses so they can "tie off" when they're up on the coaster structure. This new safety installation makes that process even safer and easier.