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Dig This Vegas

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by GROWLR, Apr 24, 2015.

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  1. GROWLR

    GROWLR Tourist

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    Has anyone every tried the heavy machinery park where you can drive/operate a bulldozer or an excavator? (http://www.digthisvegas.com)

    I'm interested in any opinions or "reviews" from those that have tried it.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. jf3976

    jf3976 High-Roller

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    Nope, but I'll bump this up for you because I'm mildly curious.
     
  3. GROWLR

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    Ok, one last try.

    I'm surprised at zero responses. Maybe just no one here has ever done it.

    Oh well...
     
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    jf3976 High-Roller

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    I checked yelp, or was it trip advisor, either way, had great reviews. There were a lot of them, a few 4s and the rest 5 stars. If it interests you, I vote go for it ;)
     
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    LOL! Speaking of the thread of things you've never done or never will do.
     
  6. Joe Strummer

    Joe Strummer VIP Whale

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    Agree, w/ dmr !
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    Anyhow, if they let you move some earth w/ that heavy
    machinery -- I'll bet you have to wear a mask.
    Not sure if that's an OSHA thing, or not ?
    But the construction guys have to wet the dirt and wear masks.
    Vegas Valley pollution standards.
     
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    Thanks jf. I should have thought of that too.
     
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