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Samuel Clemens' imagineer-dissolving photo of Dip and Nail's Treecabin
Dip and Nail's Treecabin
September 25, 1957
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Nobody can remember what the purpose of Dip and Nail's Treecabin is. It was once a fun place with stuff to do, but overprotective parents had it eliminated to make it harder for kids to get exercise.
- If you are ready to go home, you may want to go on this thrill ride repeatedly.
- After waiting for this thrill ride, you'll want to look for something more demanding.
- Minimum height 31".
- Waiting may occur.
- No dancing or flash photography allowed.
- Guests in wheelchairs are not required to sing along.
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