Weather Slows Progress

[singlepic id=85 w=320 h=240 float=left]For the first time since beginning construction, there isn’t much to report. If you saw the pictures from yesterday you know that we have been battling overcast the past few days, and it finally won in the form of rain. The crew did manage to erect another set of platform poles late yesterday, but today it is too muddy to continue construction. Still, we got out to the site to capture a few photos.

If it looks bleak, it should – its freezing rain! Even still, despite the gloomy sky, drizzle and numerous mud puddles the area still seems to carry a distinctive Ozarks charm about it that we think comes through rather nicely in the pictures posted.

As of now, it is still predicted to be cold and cloudy tomorrow, but by the end of the week the weather should be taking a turn for the better, and we will hopefully have lots more to report at that time. Until then, feel free to browse the photo gallery and our daily progress and read through some of the past blog posts.

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9 Responses to Weather Slows Progress

  1. mike says:

    It has been really cold im suprised it hasnt snowed, good job to the prople putting up with this weather to build that!

  2. Paul says:

    Timing could not be better but than again worse for construction. It will be great and ready to open at a great time because it will be ready for the summer but it’s going to be difficult with this crazy missouri winter weather.

  3. crystal says:

    Lets just hope we dont get ice tonight/tomorrow morning.

  4. Evonna says:

    The snow is coming down today, I hope the workers are all bundled up.

  5. Steph says:

    bad weather sucks! I hope this winter is not like the last couple of winters in the area!

  6. Jess says:

    I hope the weather clears off enough to finish construction. I can’t wait for this to open!

  7. yesenia says:

    aww the weather sucks! Hopefully this wont be a problem for when ever it opens

  8. Marco Antonio Solis says:

    The weather always delays projects outside, it sucks but thats the process.

  9. laura says:

    Congrats to the workers willing to take on the cold. Hopefully the weather will work with you enough to get some big projects complete

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