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Old 05-22-2009, 04:58 PM   #136
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Chapter 17 - Whatever

Ok….so hopefully you all learned everything you ever wanted to know about our bus riding tendencies. Obviously, I am very sensitive to the fact that most people find 15 minute bus rides fascinating…. that‘s why I took the time to describe it in such detail. For the small minority of people out there who just can’t seem to enjoy the wondrous experience I like to call public transportation…..we’ll move on…..but I pity you.

This was the second morning in a row that we had made rope drop…….which for us is some kind of record. Don’t get me wrong…I’m not comparing it to DiMaggio’s 56 game hitting streak or the world’s second largest ball of twine….which is just four short hours away….but for us….it’s darn near a miracle. On previous trips, we had planned on making rope drops but…like the saying goes…..the road to space mountain is paved with good intentions…..or was it the road to splash mountain? I always get those two mixed up.

Ready for rope drop - by the way...check out the strength in Pal Mickey's arm...he's been working out.


Since we had a little time to burn before they officially dropped the rope, Tinkershell set off in search of a shop from which to buy DD Woobie an autograph book and matching pen. In Disneyland when DD Woobie was five…we had bought her an autograph pen that had turned out to be the writing implement equivalent to a dribble glass. By the time poor Goofy had finished with that pen…he was so covered in ink he was nearly unrecognizable. Now, I didn’t actually check his giant tag…..but I’m pretty sure ole Goofy was dry clean only…..which sounded kind of expensive……so we pushed him down and made a break for it….cuz if you’ve ever caught a gander at his feet…..that guy ain’t built for speed.

Maybe we'll get a rare autograph...like Tweedledoodie....Tweedledee and Tweedledum's half-wit cousin


Anyway, while Tinkershell was off shopping, Pal Mickey, the kids and I grabbed a bench under a shady tree and just soaked us in some MK. Ahhhh….is this the life or what? I mean…honestly….the sky was blue….the bird’s were singing….and the heavy-set gentleman facing away from us had finally hitched up his shorts to a socially acceptable and definitely more visually pleasing level. What more could we ask for?

Just soakin it all in.



Shortly after Tinkershell returned with the autograph book….I broke out the video camera and noticed that we had 1.4 seconds of tape left. Thankfully….we had packed loads of extra tapes before we left home because this isn’t our first rodeo….or trip to WDW for that matter. Yup…..we had loads of extra tapes….right next to the t.v. back in our hotel room…..safe and sound….because you can’t be to careful. I mean…if a person carried stuff like that around with them…..they’d be liable to misplace it….and then where would you be? Up a creek…that’s where. Nope…..if you’re thinking I had made a mistake..you are sadly….mistaken. I left them in the room on purpose. Its called prudent planning.

In any event, Tinkershell was soon headed back to the store to see if they had any video tapes for sale that wouldn’t require us to take out a second mortgage on our home. I’m not sure if you heard this before….but there’s a rumor floating around that buying stuff like that in the park is not exactly fiscally responsible if you catch my drift. I’m not saying….I’m just saying.

Next up: Chpt 18 - I promise we'll enter the park...probably
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We brought batteries to avoid that very thing and the exact same thing happened to us. It was right before the parade and we have a little flip that takes pretty good video, but of course it needed batteries and those batteries were safe and sound in the room. Batteries cost an arm and a leg in disney...not fun! Great update!
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Old 05-24-2009, 11:07 AM   #138
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We too are not so great at making rope drop...the kids and I could probably manage it but DH is just soooooo slow in the AM. Last trip we managed to get to Epcot just as the gates were opening
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Old 05-26-2009, 10:45 AM   #139
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Sorry...I've been away for a bit. Long weekends = long honey-do lists.

Should be an update today.

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We brought batteries to avoid that very thing and the exact same thing happened to us. It was right before the parade and we have a little flip that takes pretty good video, but of course it needed batteries and those batteries were safe and sound in the room. Batteries cost an arm and a leg in disney...not fun! Great update!
Forgetting things and having to buy them in the parks is the adult equivalent to touching a hot stove for a little kid....except I tend to keep on touching the stove.

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We too are not so great at making rope drop...the kids and I could probably manage it but DH is just soooooo slow in the AM. Last trip we managed to get to Epcot just as the gates were opening
It's not easy for sure.....but it's nice to hit the rides before the crowds show up.
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Chpt 18 - I promise we'll enter the park...probably

Ok...I’m not sure if anybody’s noticed...but I’m kind of stuck at the MK rope drop part of my TR. I mean...it's been like eight chapters long. Back in the day....before cd’s and mp3.....and even before cassette and 8-track tapes...but after electricity and indoor plumbing...we used to get our music on records….or record albums if you prefer. I’ll give the youngsters a moment to google. You might want to search under “ancient history”. Anyway, sometimes the needle would get stuck and you had to get up and give your phonograph a smack if you wanted to hear the end of Hot Rod Hearts by Robbie Dupree on your favorite “Full Tilt” album by K-tel Records....so I’m giving myself a smack.

Rope drop..(skip)..rope drop..(skip)..rope drop..(smack). Ok...so anyway, we emerged from the tunnel onto Main Street ready to join in the dash for the mountain....in our case Space Mountain...because you have two to choose from and some people opt for Splash Mountain. We set off on our all important quick walk which is definitely not a run because that is a Disney no-no and as we passed by Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin…..I split off from the pack to pick up some fastpasses...for I am the designated fastpass specialist.

Making a bee-line for Space Mountain


With four still-warm fastpasses tucked safely in my fanny pack (thaaaats right I said fanny pack...and I can hear you snickering in the back by the way...) I met up with the rest of the family in front of Space Mountain. We were going to have to sneak Pal Mickey on because he’s not even close to 44".....probably closer to 12" if we are being honest. Because he’s so vertically challenged, we basically had to sneak him on to anything with a height restriction...otherwise we’d be doing the baby swap all day....although technically he’s not a baby....unless he doesn’t get his way.

On our previous vacation to WDW, Space Mountain had been closed for refurbishment. Only a WDW addict can truly appreciate the vile taste that the phase “closed for refurbishment” leaves in your mouth. It is almost profanity. “Mom!.......Billy called me closed for refurbishment.” Anyway, because of the refurbishment (pardon my french)...this was our kids first experience on Space Mountain.

Because we had forsaken a decent night’s sleep to made rope drop, there was no line at Space Mountain and we quickly wound our way through to the boarding area. Like I said before, this was the kids first time and it’s hard to describe the looks on their faces when they realized that…on Space Mountain…. you ride alone. They had totally expected this ride to be like Splash Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain where you have the opportunity to sit next to the parent of your choice. Sitting next to Mom or Dad had gotten our kids through many a frightening experience. We have a great picture from DD Woobies’ first ride on Splash Mountain at the age of four where she is screaming at the top of her lungs while desperately holding my hand across her eyes.

So when it was our turn to board....I motioned for a burly CM to snatch up our children and cram their flailing bodies into their seats....because I sensed they were going to make a break for it. Not on my watch kids. For me, one of the great things about Space Mountain is how you can hear all the cars full of screaming people zipping around you through the inky darkness of space. Apparently....when you're pretty sure you're about to die anyway....those screams only confirm your worst fears. Even though both DD and DS were in the cars directly behind me.....I didn't hear a peep out of them the entire ride.

After Space Mountain, we skedaddled on over to Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin because on our previous vacation DS Buddy had thumped me pretty good....and now it was payback time. I believe it was American author and poet Dorothy Parker who wrote “revenge is a dish best served cold” or was it Dorothy Gale, the pig-tailed protagonist from Wizard of Oz who dreamt of a better life somewhere over the rainbow, I always get those two mixed up.

DS Buddy and I normally ride Buzz together because that way if he’s beating me I can just push him out of the car. On the surface that may seem a little excessive….but ever since I started using that technique I’m undefeated…and you can’t argue with results. Pal Mickey usually sits in between us and begs for a turn…… even though he’s only got three stubby little fingers that are all stuck together and he knows he can’t pull the trigger. No matter....when we are in the zone we easily block out his squeaks of protest.

I don’t really recall who emerged victorious from that particular battle....but since DS wasn’t lying back on the tracks somewhere…I’ll assume it was me.

Just a couple of poor losers.....with the emphasis on "losers"


Next up: Chpt 19 – We’re really cooking now
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Just wanted tosay I found your TR today and from the very 1st post to the last I have laughed so hard...

This is the BEST TR I have ever read.....I will admitt I have started 2 PTR's that I have only posted intro's for.....sad I know.

Keep posting cause this is addictive....
Whoops...I missed your post at the bottom of a page. Glad you like it.

By the way, the intro's are the best part of the TR anyway so.....you're just being extremely efficient by skipping all the other parts....you know....like the parts about the trip.
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Well, you do know about hitting the volcano on Buzz, don't you? I creamed my DS last time we were at WDW. Even after I told him how I got the higher score, I STILL beat him. (just 'cause that deserves 2 bananas)
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I just read your whole TR! What a fun read. Keep it coming...
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I just found this, well not just, I just finished reading it though. I have never laughed so much reading a TR. You for sure have a GREAT writing style like no other! How many days were you there?
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[QUOTE=Peter Panic Attack;31945418]Chapter 17 - Whatever

Ok….so hopefully you all learned everything you ever wanted to know about our bus riding tendencies. Obviously, I am very sensitive to the fact that most people find 15 minute bus rides fascinating…. that‘s why I took the time to describe it in such detail. For the small minority of people out there who just can’t seem to enjoy the wondrous experience I like to call public transportation…..we’ll move on…..but I pity you.




I am so excited to hear someone else enjoys their time on Disney transportation!! We have taken our kids twice in their 9 and 10 years of life, and both times, we tried to use as many modes of Disney transportation as we could. Sound like a waste of good Disney time? Not at all. Bus, monorail (riding up front with the driver who turns out to be from our hometown...Go ahead, you can hum it. "It's a Small World After All..."), boat, pumpkin shaped carriage. Ok, I made that last one up. But we are looking for that one next time we go!
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Well, you do know about hitting the volcano on Buzz, don't you? I creamed my DS last time we were at WDW. Even after I told him how I got the higher score, I STILL beat him. (just 'cause that deserves 2 bananas)
Nope....the volcano is news to me....my entire strategy centers on the robot...after that its just random violence.

Let's just keep this volcano nugget to ourselves. What my DS doesn't know won't hurt him....whereas getting pushed out of the ride...now thats gonna leave a mark.

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Thanks. We were there for nine days...although two of the days were travel days so we'll just combine them into one and say it was eight days....then again...a good chunk of those days we were sleeping so I'm going to knock off another three days for that....leaving us at five days....although if you consider time spent for personal hygiene and getting from place to place...I'm sorry, what was the question?

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I am so excited to hear someone else enjoys their time on Disney transportation!! We have taken our kids twice in their 9 and 10 years of life, and both times, we tried to use as many modes of Disney transportation as we could. Sound like a waste of good Disney time? Not at all. Bus, monorail (riding up front with the driver who turns out to be from our hometown...Go ahead, you can hum it. "It's a Small World After All..."), boat, pumpkin shaped carriage. Ok, I made that last one up. But we are looking for that one next time we go!
Most people try to ride all the rides, stay in all the resorts at least once. We just try to get to places in different ways. Yes. We're simple people!
Simple..yet brilliant in my opinion. I love weird stuff like the monorail driver being from your hometown. Of course...its a better story if your hometown is Ekalaka Montana rather than say....Bombay India.
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Chpt 19 – We’re really cooking now

After Buzz, Tinkershell’s non-negotiable itinerary had us headed to the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. I must admit...I feel a little resentment towards Pooh....because of Mr. Toad….who was my boy. I mean….one minute Mr. Toad is sitting on some prime real estate in an upscale section of Fantasyland and the next he’s being forced to hand over the deed to Pooh’s hired goon Owl….under very suspicious circumstances I might add. There is even a picture of the sordid shake-down in the new ride...in which Owl has a burly wing around Mr. Toad's neck. Granted….in the old Mr Toad’s Wild Ride you used to have to take a short trip through "h - e - double hockey sticks" and that may have been a bit unsettling to the youngsters but…..ultimately I think it all came down to money. I don’t know. I can’t help thinking that if Mr. Toad ate honey instead of flies things might have turned out different. Anyway, apparently no one else cared because this was our first line of the day.

After Pooh, Tinkershell herded us next door to Snow White’s Scary Adventure…which I feel is in blatant violation of our countries truth in advertising laws. When we took our kids to Disneyland at the ages of 4 and 7, we rode SWSA 15 times in a row.....so honestly….how scary are we talking here. By the way......and I know I’m saying this at great risk of bodily injury.....I think the Disneyland SWSA is better. The DL version looks like an old castle...with the witch peeking through the upstairs curtains. Plus....it’s got that cool apple you can touch as you enter to hear thunder claps and the witch’s evil cackle. At MK….it reminds me of one of those booths at the state fair where some tattoed guy is yelling at you to step right up and win a prize for your sweetheart.....when he knows perfectly well there's no earthly way you're ever gonna be able to knock over all three milkbottles cuz it's totally rigged....and then your sweetheart dumps you and you're left standing there...humiliated and alone. The MK Snow White is like that.

After SWSA, we headed for Peter Pan’s Flights…. but just kept on walking because that bugger was already crammed with people waiting in line. Don’t get me wrong....we love this ride....it’s just awfully popular.....maybe a little too popular. I sometimes wonder if that boy never grows up because he sold his soul to the devil in exchange for eternal popularity. Anyway, it didn’t really matter….we’d catch it the next time by…..cuz we’re flexible that way.

So we cut through Liberty Square and jumped on the boardwalk around the lake to Splash Mountain. We grabbed some fastpasses as soon as we got there… so now we had two sets of fastpasses....one for Splash Mountain and one for Buzz. Wait a tick…..isn’t that breaking the rules? Not in my book….plus everybody does it…. and isn’t that pretty much the universally accepted method of determining right from wrong. Actually, we’ve only had one experience in our WDW lifetime where a CM gave us a any trouble for trying to use our fastpasses outside of the stated return window....and he eventually let us on….after Pal Mickey slipped him a finsky.

So where were we? Right…Splash Mountain. This is probably our favorite MK attraction......except for Pal Mickey....because of his unreasonable fear of water. He spends the whole ride cowering in the middle of the boat and sometimes......if he’s a little damp afterwards....I suspect it’s not because of the plunge over the waterfall if you catch my drift. Remember…..boxers and black socks Pal Mickey.....boxers and black socks. We had a great time though. You've got to respect a ride that lulls you into a false sense of peace through happy music sung by adorable woodland creatures only to try to murder you in the end. I'm not saying...I'm just saying.

Next, we headed for Pirates of the Caribbean. We were pretty excited because they had updated it since our last vacation with Captain Jack Sparrow. Incidentally, does anyone else find it interesting that Johnny Depp’s murderous pirate role turned out light-hearted and funny while his Willie Wonka character reminds me of somebody that would kidnap a mole and keep it trapped in a pit?

Tinkershell takes advantage of the darkness of POTC's que to swipe Woob's lanyard


We loved POTC and thought that the changes were tastefully done and added to the experience without changing it too much. I did start to wonder if maybe Pal Mickeys go through puberty at the age of two because he seemed to be a lot more interested in the women’s larboard sides on this trip if you get my meaning. In fact, he leaned over and said something to the redhead as we went by that must have been off-color because....later in the day...he was served with a restraining order....and I might have heard “refurbish” in there somewhere. Just because we're on vacation doesn't mean I won't break out the Life Buoy, Pal Mickey.

Next up: Chpt 20 – Who’s up for some lunch?
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I'm on a diet...I was hungry!
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