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Old Jun 5, 2010, 2:49 AM   #1
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Old water park we found on our way to Las Vegas, NV.
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Old Jun 5, 2010, 7:30 AM   #2
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Nice find. I guess there is now water in the desert LOL
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Old Jun 5, 2010, 6:18 PM   #3
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They shipped in bottled water for the park when it was open. Nice idea but just in a bad location out in the middle of nowhere.
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Isn't that the old Wally World off of Family Vacation with CHev CHase?! Lord might make a nice camp spot one would not have to put in the pools LOL they could even use one for skaters and bikers!
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What amazed me was how long the artificial lake they had put in actually held water in it. I remember when it first opened - they had some boat races on it once, when we were driving by. Every year there's less and less of it left. I've never stopped to photograph it, I probably should stop soon or there'll be nothing left of it.
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What amazed me was how long the artificial lake they had put in actually held water in it. I remember when it first opened - they had some boat races on it once, when we were driving by. Every year there's less and less of it left. I've never stopped to photograph it, I probably should stop soon or there'll be nothing left of it.
We were glad we stopped this to shoot it this time on our way pass, it was a lot of fun. You could still feel the fun that must have been there in its' hay-day.

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