The children built gaint windmills - just like those in Deventer, Holland - high up on top of hill. After the wheat fields are harvested, the grain is transported by pipeline up into the windmills where it is ground into flour. Once the flour is made, it's sucked up through high pressure vacuum tubes and shot out of a flour cannon hundreds of feet into the air to fall like snow onto the custom made snowboarding trails known locally as flourboarding trails. No work is more fun than to flourboard in bathing suits and tee shirts to push the flour down the hill. At the bottom of the slope, the flour is collected by scooping machines, dumped on the Island Roller Coaster, and transported to Dirk's Mixing Area.

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