A birthday card

Punster Kevin made my day: Happy 60th Birthday! What a Voyage it has been. The park is a real Legend in the amusement park world. I just can't stop Raven…

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Poulty puns

Our friend Arthur Levine is the Theme Park “Guide” at About.com. He loves puns. And he’s really good at finding less-obvious ones. His weekly e-newsletter arrived this morning, bemoaning that…

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On the road again

Holidog at Graceland

He’s on the road again, our Holidog. You may remember he arrived in the mail just prior to Christmas and then whisked off to Florida for the colder months. Now…

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Brown Dog’s Day

Excuse me – Brown Dog’s Day? This just in from our traveling friend, Holidog: French Creek Freddie, Shubenacadie Sam, Claude the Crawfish, and, of course, Punxsutawney Phil. All famous prognosticators….

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Some dark details

Gobbler Getaway plans

Everyone knows what a roller coaster is. But not everyone is all that sure about the term “dark ride.” Here’s a primer: It’s in the dark You ride in a…

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Holidog’s Voyage

Holidog’s voyage? I guess this shouldn’t surprise me. After all, my parking spot here at work is just a few spaces down from one marked “Santa Claus.” But … ……

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FAQ: The Voyage

Still losing the battle of the emails. (At last count, I’d reduced my Inbox from 154 to 129 emails. All were full of questions.) Since so many folks are asking…

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What’s it all About.com?

About.com’s Arthur Levine is a man after my own heart. (Oh, wait — we’re not adding a Valentine’s Day section, so I can quit the misleading references. This could be…

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A virtual bouquet

flowers

It’s not just our friends from Atlanta bringing a bouquet of flowers. Looks what newlyweds DJ and Rebecca sent: These are photos of flowers from around the park in 2004….

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Petal pushers

How nice is this? Petal pushers! Heading out to the Front Gate to meet with yet another travel writer last Friday morning, I saw two nice-looking fellows standing by the…

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A brief panic

Driving home last night, there it was … By the side of the road. On the shoulder. On its side. A sneaker. Tennis shoe. Casual footwear. Left behind by someone….

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