The #KnottsLogRide flume is about to be filled as the ride gets ready to reopen, nearly seven hours after it was rededicated this morning.
It's almost time to ride! #KnottsLogRide
The flume is filled and @knotts team members are getting ready to finally open #KnottsLogRide!
Logs are now cycling through #KnottsLogRide as the ride goes through its final tests before opening!
#KnottsLogRide now has a height requirement: Riders 36" and above can ride with an adult and riders 46" and above can ride alone.
Timber Mountain Log Ride is full of water and testing with riders.
Looks like #KnottsLogRide may be having issues with logs getting stuck at dispatch.
@TPAMagazine thanks for all the retweets!
Knott's Team Members are now notifying guests waiting in line that #KnottsLogRide will not be opening today due to technical difficulties.
The official call has been made: #KnottsLogRide will not be opening today. No word on if it will open tomorrow.
@TPAMagazine don't be bummed! They just made the call that the ride won't be opening today!
Folks, if you're at @knotts and are upset #KnottsLogRide isn't opening, please be kind to Knott's team members—they're disappointed as well!
Thus ends the saga of the Knott's Timber Mountain Log Ride for today. We stayed till the very last, hoping that the shy Log Ride would finally make its debut but it was not meant to be today. Stay tuned as we will be back tomorrow morning with a full article on the days events along with continued coverage.
It must also be noted that this coverage simply would not have happened without the stalwart dilligence of the MiceChat reporters, Jeff Heimbuch, Andy Castro, and Matt Jurgens. These three spent the entire day tweeting, photographing, and hoping that they would have a look inside the mountain. They are due all of the credit here. I was merely reposting their work from Twitter.
Thanks guys! We'll be back at it tomorrow. Promise!