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#101388
I don't know if this has anything to do at all with the White Lightnin'/Moonshining theme theory but, in the new Seasons of Cirque show there are 2 obvious moonshiners featured in it.

I hope I stirred the pot a little.
#101412
We officially have (at least) 3 footers fully exposed! What is it, like 3 weeks for a footer to cure before they can begin putting supports down?

Also hi guys! I completely disappeared off the face of the earth for a while what with graduating from college, moving to Wilmington (way too far away from any park), getting married, and now about to have a baby! :shock:
#101414
coasterfreak wrote:We officially have (at least) 3 footers fully exposed! What is it, like 3 weeks for a footer to cure before they can begin putting supports down?

Also hi guys! I completely disappeared off the face of the earth for a while what with graduating from college, moving to Wilmington (way too far away from any park), getting married, and now about to have a baby! :shock:



Congratulations!!!

You are close enough to go ride one of my favorite coasters without too much trouble. "The Swamp Fox" at Myrtle Beach.
#101415
uscbandfan wrote:
coasterfreak wrote:We officially have (at least) 3 footers fully exposed! What is it, like 3 weeks for a footer to cure before they can begin putting supports down?

Also hi guys! I completely disappeared off the face of the earth for a while what with graduating from college, moving to Wilmington (way too far away from any park), getting married, and now about to have a baby! :shock:



Congratulations!!!

You are close enough to go ride one of my favorite coasters without too much trouble. "The Swamp Fox" at Myrtle Beach.


Oh I know! I've been down there a few times since being here! Swamp Fox holds a special place in my heart too! It was my first 'big' coaster like 15 years ago.
#101417
coasterfreak wrote:We officially have (at least) 3 footers fully exposed! What is it, like 3 weeks for a footer to cure before they can begin putting supports down?

Also hi guys! I completely disappeared off the face of the earth for a while what with graduating from college, moving to Wilmington (way too far away from any park), getting married, and now about to have a baby! :shock:


You were close! Footings actually have to cure for 28 days before they can start building on them.

And congratulations!!
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