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 THX again for all the great comments. AS I have said before...glad you can enjoy this and maybe even inspire you!

Heading back to the second lift, you pass along side the market area where a safety fence (metal fence by manos-al-aire) keep guest away from the water and the crocs.


Watch out!!!



Crossing the log bridge

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Planet Coaster Parks / Re: White River Amusement Park
« on: March 22, 2019, 03:45 PM »
That looks very cool and realistic

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Thanks!!  No...no filters this time.  Sometimes the lighting in the game is just right.   ;)
great shot/capture

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Besides that the logflume looks really cool, I want to point out a specific thing to compliment...
The last picture (and second last), the way you painted the terrain to create rock work. Man, that's looking good!
Very nice progress :D
THX - I have been practicing this method a lot in this park to try and get a more varied/realistic look instead of a repeated pattern paint job.

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I only let 500-600 in while I build just to make sure all the rides and paths are working correctly.

Splashdown includes a few water cannons that blast you and a croc that lunges up out of the water.



Then into some calmer, but still loaded with crocs, waters



Floating through the canyon




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Hey, thats a great looking woodie. Love it.

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: March 21, 2019, 02:26 PM »
Which poet authored Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats?
A: Walt Whitman
B: John Steinbeck
C: T. S. Eliot
D: Lewis Carol

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: March 21, 2019, 02:25 PM »
What famous packaging was developed so that product could be hung on a
Christmas tree?
A: Animal Crackers
B: Tootsie Pops
C: Tea bags
D: Hersey Kisses
A: Animal Crackers

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Look who I came across lurking around in my park.

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THX guys!

Here is the first lift of this ride



And around a small peak that hides the view of the first drop



The drop passes under a log/wood bridge that you will go over later and its not built very well as it leaks and squirts you as you pass under it.

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THX SG!

After all the warnings....you actually enter the croc enclosure where you get up close and personal with a few before heading up the first lift.



Here is a better view of the whole enclosure and you can see guests can observe the crocs from many angles through the glass walls.




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great job. The ride and whole experience was recreated really well. Also, nice job on the video edit. I'm only familiar with the Florida version of this ride and I do know the story line is a bit different, but you can really see the details you put in for the re-creation. Very well done.

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Planet Coaster Parks / Re: Kaleidoscope Piers: Views around town
« on: March 18, 2019, 06:23 AM »
this is so cool of a project

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This park really grew. I love the tropical/African theme. Nice job.
THX - much more to come.

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I love it, man!  The hut looks fantastic and you are a wiz at incorporating a variety of foliage.
THX - I think I already gave credit for this, but in case I missed it...the hut is a slightly modified version of 'The Warchief's Hut by Wikz' from the workshop.

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Here is what the ride looks like.
Leaving the station



Warnings of what's ahead in both English and Swahili.



Heading around the hut


And into Croc Country

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: March 16, 2019, 02:19 PM »
What famous packaging was developed so that product could be hung on a
Christmas tree?
A: Animal Crackers
B: Tootsie Pops
C: Tea bags
D: Hersey Kisses

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Fun & Games / Re: Random Trivia
« on: March 16, 2019, 02:18 PM »
Where would you possibly see these four guys?
Peter Venkman, Egon Spengler, Ray Stantz and Winston Zeddemore
A: On a ship
B: In a shopping mall
C: In a movie theater
D: On a sports field
Who you gonna call?
C: In a movie theater

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love the train shots

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This place is so rich in detail.  The fun you're having is showing!
Rich in detail, poor in FPS...LOL

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Glad everyone is enjoying what I do when I just pass my time playing around. Having fun with this park.

Here is the load station for Croc Creek. I built this from scratch and it is on the workshop if you want to use it for your parks. The roof is made of billboards and I used a thatch photo I found online. Let me know if you need this specific one and I can post it out there.
https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1681704287








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its still amazes me what people (you) can do with this game.

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Hey, wowman!  have you seen these new canopies by leafscott80?!

https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1681990794&searchtext=
Nope - but I will download and use in other areas yet to be built.. THX

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I tried to create a stalactite cave (with lights). I noticed however that every column has to be seperate, else it combines to a massive block. Which takes the idea away. Does anyone have any tips / suggestions?
Not sure what you are saying the problem is here? Can you provide a picture? I just did a small cave experiment in my park and I thought it turned out great.

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Community Chat / Re: The Weekly Ambassador 3/10/19
« on: March 13, 2019, 07:21 AM »
1) What is your favorite water ride?
Tough one as I don't go to water parks that often, but I really like slow peaceful lazy rivers. I could float around in them all day. I especially like the one at Typhoon Lagoon.

2) If you were the manager for the day, which theme park would you manage and why? What would you do?
Probably any Disney park. I would love to go out and be with the guests and do something to make their day more enjoyable, like handing out Fastpasses or something fun like that.

3) What is one theme park you would like to visit and why?
I am always interested in the older European parks to see and be part of the historical aspect of them.

4) Have you ever spent extra money in a theme park (upcharge events)? If so, what was it and how did you feel about it? (review)
Only one I have done is the Very Merry at Disney. While it was fun being in that atmosphere, the price is steep, but it was always with family, which made the event even more enjoyable.

5) What is an example of good guest service you have had/witnessed in a theme park?
I love how Disney cast members always compliment guests when they have a special button on. I find it infectious and always start doping it myself. I also once saw a cast member dive into the water at the Jungle Boat ride to grab a small child that walked off the pier and disappeared under the water. It was scary for a moment, but all ended up ok.

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Community Chat / Re: The Weekly Ambassador 3/10/19
« on: March 13, 2019, 07:14 AM »
Hello Cody,

A very nice weekly ambassador edition this week!
Concerning the weekly contest with flowers: Is this trial test already live? Or has it yet to start? Or am i to late? I might see time tomorrow to create something with flowers.

1) What is your favorite water ride?
I dont have a favorite water ride. In all those years ive only been in 2 water rides as far as i can remember. The wild water ride was the most exciting one since it doesnt let you face forward all the time.

2) If you were the manager for the day, which theme park would you manage and why? What would you do?
Hmm, a difficult question. Ive been in very few. But i would like to manage a park which has a maze. Or build one! Sure love them; never can have enough mazes!

3) What is one theme park you would like to visit and why?
Walt Disney. Never been to one. Its quite the trip from here and its not a day-trip i take easily.

4) Have you ever spent extra money in a theme park (upcharge events)? If so, what was it and how did you feel about it? (review)
This question I dont understand. What is an upcharge event? Is this a concept that is pretty common these days in theme parks?

5) What is an example of good guest service you have had/witnessed in a theme park?
Funny example: a just bought ice-cream was bumped out of my hands. Received a free ice-cream after. :)
I'm always intrigued by folks that have never experienced Disney and would love to be the one that takes them through the parks for the first time.

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Planet Coaster Parks / Re: Silverwood Park (Not a Recreation)
« on: March 13, 2019, 07:12 AM »
Love it, especially the little farm looking area. I have always had my list to do a farm themed area of some sort.

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Planet Coaster Parks / Re: Peony Park II - The Sunset Tea Room
« on: March 13, 2019, 07:11 AM »
Also, not sure if you are using TMT items or not, but there are items out there that can be used for table place settings. Cups, plates, etc.

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Planet Coaster Parks / Re: Peony Park II - The Sunset Tea Room
« on: March 13, 2019, 07:10 AM »
nice!! - love the tower and the interiors (as well as everything else). Nice work here

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I also posted the bridge to Africa out there if you want to use it
https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1681294528

Let's take a closer look at Crocodile Creek. This is a log flume ride that passes through a croc enclosure where you have some close encounters with the creatures as you ride through the creek. I guess its a bit hard to read here, but the smaller hanging sign says Crocodile Creek in Swahili.






Looking at the queue from above



In the queue


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