It’s been over a week since the last construction update and the site looks a lot different since then. Let’s check out what’s happening…
Looks very busy. More costruction vehicles and equipment have shown up on-site.
It may seem like since the trees are almost grown in that it will make seeing the construction tougher. However, this is not the case.
This is a good sign. Looks like one of the first shipments of rebar has shown up. Rebar is used in reinforcing concrete. This includes footers, concrete walls, etc.
Much of the hillside has been cleared of trees making it easier to see inside.
See? And more of the hillside has been dug up.
The sidewalk outside the park has recieved some markers. These are numbered 24 through 26. Could the the park boundary be moved out closer to the road?
The drainage piping has been moved farther down the creek.
Don’t forget to check out our summary (think of it as a Spark Notes version) of the Gravity Manipulation Study and the clues discovered so far: https://keystonethrills.wordpress.com/2011/05/03/ride-institutes-gravity-manipulation-study-has-been-released-5211/