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Dig This

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by JerryVO, Aug 24, 2012.

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  1. JerryVO

    JerryVO Low-Roller

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    Anyone been to dig this. Apparently they let you play on construction and excavation equipment and dig holes and such. My wife read about it on yelp and it got good reviews.
     
  2. zamboni

    zamboni VIP Whale

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    They could charge tourists $100 a pop and have them finish Fontainebleau.
     
  3. Jonnyvegas

    Jonnyvegas Low-Roller

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    A show call "Trip Flip" on Travel Channel had the guests do this. It looked kinda fun but they didn't pay for it. I believe it is quite expensive to move some dirt.
    I agree, find a way to finish the Fountainblue eyesore.
     
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    MTMONGO Low-Roller

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    Start at about $250
     
  5. dmr

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    If this is your thing, more power to you. Each to his/her own. However, it's about the last thing I would ever consider doing on vacation in Las Vegas.

    As one of our friends put it: "If I'm going to be running that stuff, they are going to be paying ME to do it!"

    I do admit that it's a novel way to get some kind of return out of otherwise idle and depreciating heavy construction equipment!
     
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