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My wife and I were discussing this last night and I'd be curious to see what others think.

If there was one thing that you would like to see changed/added/removed from SDC that would be a low-cost, non-ride related change, what would it be?

We were talking about the long lines for cinnamon bread and would love to see them add the option of buying it up front at Eva and Delilah's bakery, so you could pick up a loaf on your way out.   They could also bring some to back to Sullivan's Mill.  I wouldn't add the ability to bake the bread at these locations, but as it came out of the oven at Clara Belle's, they could bring a portion of it in insulated containers to these other locations.  A minor change, but I would think it would be well received.

General Silver Dollar City Talk / West Coast Perspective of SDC
« on: August 02, 2021, 02:13:06 PM »
What a great article about SDC.  This writer goes into great detail about the park and was obviously (and rightfully) impressed.


Branson Talk / Top Of The Rock - New Lodge
« on: January 22, 2021, 03:34:16 PM »
Anyone heard what happened to the new lodge that was supposed to be being built at Top of the Rock?  Last thing I could find about it looking at Google, is the original stories back in early 2018 and they stated that construction was supposed to start later that summer.   Just curious. 

Is this a joke?  A guy who once created a haunted house in part of his home back in 2013 and called it Mystic Hotel is attempting to block SDC from using Mystic River Falls to "avoid confusion"  ???

Branson Talk / Longtime Branson Promoter Looking to Leave
« on: October 04, 2019, 05:25:48 PM »

Anyone remember this walkway collapse accident happening on Lost River of Ozarks in 2002?

General Silver Dollar City Talk / USA Today Article on SDC
« on: April 26, 2018, 11:45:32 AM »
Nice write up on SDC yesterday on USA Today website.  Enjoyed the few old pictures they shared.

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