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Old April 26th, 2017, 09:21 AM
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Default Electrical box eating tree

Ten years ago a guy from Facebook took pics of a tree at the park that was in the process of eating an electrical box in the Flume queue line. He went back to the park last week and took another pic of that tree. Very interesting. The pic in the middle is the latest pic.
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Default Re: Electrical box eating tree

I know this has been the subject of much debate on the forum here... did we ever determine where that tree is? Outside the sound room?
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Old April 26th, 2017, 07:10 PM
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Main Flume queue line. After you enter the line but before you get to the queue house. It's just opposite of the brick wall that separates the end of lift hill 2 on Flume 1 and the queue line curve into the queue house. Get to that brick wall and look to the left and up. Way up. That tree is growing like, well, a tree! I'll get the exact pics this weekend while I'm up there.
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It looks like a snake eating a pig or one of those type pictures people are always posting. I'll have to look for that next time we're there.
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