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UPDATE FOR 2/22/03
For starters, Silverwood has posted a billboard outside the park boasting the new Boulder Beach water
park to all who drive by on Highway 95.
What appears to be the bathroom building; this will be located right next to Elkhorn Creek.
A distance shot of Elkhorn Creek. Concrete has been poured for the foundation of the river. You can also see
one of the bridges that will cross over the river on the right. Notice all the dirt piles surrounding the
area...gives you a good idea of all the groundwork that is being done for Boulder Beach!
A close-up of the bridge from the previous picture. Still quite a ways to go before it’s ready!
Here’s a good overview of the area where the Rumble Falls water slide parts are being stored. Hopefully we’ll
be seeing these start to go vertical soon!
A close-up of a few stacks of slide pieces.
It’s the leaning tower of...slide pieces!!
Here are some support pieces for Rumble Falls. Seeing these next to the Honey Bucket gives you an idea
of how big they are!
What appears to be the back end of the Big Moose Bay wave pool. Obviously, there is much work to be done
Work being done on one of the sides of the wave pool.
Here are some of the footers for the Rumble Falls structure. Plus, a couple buildings of which we have no
clue what they may be for!
And to finish off this update, a great overview of the Rumble Falls footers. Just beyond the footers, you can
see the splashdown pool. If you look closely, you can see the steps for exiting the pool, as well as the
individual slots where the four slides – Pioneer Plunge, Boca Loca Chute, Sidewinder, and H2-Uh-Oh – will end,
sending their riders into the pool. Directly behind the pool, you can see the bathroom building again, as
well as the Ice Palace Theatre building. Off in the distance are a few of the buildings in the Victorian Main