Branson Zipline Stays on Its Grind

There isn’t much to report as we continue on with the ground work. As has been the case off and on over the past few weeks, we are continuing to drill the holes that will eventually stabilize our tower platforms. We know this was mentioned yesterday, but having to drill each hole nine feet into what is more or less solid rock makes for a tedious task. Nonetheless, we are continuing to put the nose to the grindstone and stay on pace.

As for actually erecting the platform towers, we are having to continue to wait for the snow to melt, though the weather has warmed up nicely over the past couple days and spirits are high all around.

As we mentioned earlier, there isn’t a lot to report today… Um… Oh, the ‘breaker’ that we had to bring in to make level space for the gift shop; we haven’t had to use it yet! Of course, with a couple weeks of work left on the leveling project we are still anticipating to get our money’s worth out of the rental.

You won’t find a whole lot in the way of progress on the image gallery today, but we were able to hike around for a few hours and find a wide variety of colorful and unique fungus and moss growing on some of the older trees. We know fungus may not sound that exciting (or appealing), but a quick flip through our pictures may change your mind! Continue to visit back regularly as we fully expect to get back to constructing the actual zip course any day now, and don’t forget to view the image gallery!

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18 Responses to Branson Zipline Stays on Its Grind

  1. mike says:

    The ozarks are one of the rockiest places in the state im suprised that you have’t had to use it before now!

  2. Bronwyn says:

    Who would’ve thought fungus could look so gorgeous?

  3. Steph says:

    Hope the weather stays nice enough so they can continue..

  4. Yesenia says:

    9 feet!! wow! thats deep..

  5. Steph says:

    Kinda Gloomy outside, but at least is not that cold to work in..Hopefully weather cooperates more son we can more done more quickly.

  6. Paul says:

    Well I understand that the winter weather can a pain for everyone but it is all going to be worth it when it is done. The joy of seeing all the happy faces and impact your having on people will be well worth the hassel. AND, don’t forget, this will be one of Branson’s top attractions.

  7. Evonna says:

    The weather is getting cold again, I hope it’s not too cold out there for everyone.

  8. Bronwyn says:

    So what’s happening now? I’m anxious to hear the latest!

  9. Deymi says:

    I think the Gift Shop itself will be AMAZING!!!

  10. mike says:

    It has been getting pretty foggy outside during mornings I hope that doesn’t impede our men down there.

  11. kelly says:

    I hope everything continues to work out so the expected opening date of may 1st will be correct. Can’t wait to take my family down there. They will love it.

  12. Laura says:

    It is so nice that the weather is warming up for them to get some more work done. Hopefully the worst is behind us now.

  13. Steph says:

    Rain and more rain..I hope the weather gets better..I bet it will be extra muddy today!

  14. Laura says:

    The weather is not so good today. Hopefully it doesn’t slow them down to much.

  15. Bronwyn says:

    It looks less like a winter wonderland out there now…but hopefully that’s helping the construction crews!

  16. Yesenia says:

    i think that they are going to get done in time. The workes look like they are getting some where. Can’t wait until the openning day

  17. Lacey says:

    Sometimes no news is good news! I’d rather hear that than hear something has gone wrong. Keep up the good work!

  18. Candice says:

    I can’t believe how far everything has come since this post. It’s hard to believe the zip lines have been finished for over a month!

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