When I graduated from college, I went to work as a project engineer for an oil company. Over the years, I have driven ditching machines, backhoes and front loaders. Fast forward a few years (cough, cough) and I’m now in a profession where I no longer get to play with the really big toys.
Diggerland, USA which opens on Saturday, June 14, 2014, gives all frustrated engineers, Tonka Truck fans, and toy enthusiasts the opportunity to drive, ride, and operate heavy machinery in a safe family-friendly environment. Four Diggerland Adventure parks currently exist in the United Kingdom.
Diggerland incorporates the hands on operation of machinery for the entire family. Children and parents alike have the opportunity to drive skid-steer loaders, backhoes, tractors, mini dumpers, and small excavators. All the equipment has either been modified for use on a course or made stationary by design for…
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