|07-08-2012, 12:04 AM||#10|
Join Date: Jul 2007
I'll do this part later.. It's midnight!
Our Pooh FP time had come up now, so we were off to our favorite next.
I couldn’t resist the “Hooray” pic this time, but I’ve mostly stopped taking it. We all still shout along with the story anyway!
Not certain what we’d do, we soon found ourselves on the way to Tomorrowland. The boys always want to drive their race cars, but the wait is usually too ridiculous for us. This evening, it was at twenty minutes. That was good enough, so we jumped in the line.
The wait here was the same as always, with lots of guests “joining their party” to make things fun. It’s become a joke to us. The speedway at night must be exciting. As before, I never did see any of that partying actually going on in the line. I guess it makes that twenty minutes go a little faster anyway. This one has one of the dullest waits in Disney!
More routine followed with a somewhat quick run through standby to battle Zurg. Being the first day of a new year, none of us were terribly bothered by waiting in a line. That Pooh FP would be the only one we collected all evening. There was no way we could go back to WDW without trying to get that perfect score here!
Sadly, I came up short. My score was really quite bad, but this was just the beginning. I had plenty of time to work on it and try again.
Blake had fun!
We moved on to the Peoplemover, where I started to see our evening coming to an end. Little Blakers had sleepy eyes and Andrew was just worn out. His day had started early. I guessed a peaceful ride on this one just might end with a snoring child..
My guess was wrong. Very wrong! Instead, we had one of our more exciting Peoplemover experiences. The light were on when we entered Space Mountain! I pulled out my camera again, catching pictures but not having a clue what it was..
How nifty was that? By the end of it, Andrew vowed to never, ever, ever ride Space Mountain! If you were looking for this to be that big day, I’m sorry to let you down. We have yet to face this big kid ride!
The Peoplemover did create just enough excitement to stick around a teeny bit longer. We couldn’t leave Tomorrowland without the Carousel of Progress! The boys were thrilled and sang along, as usual. Blakers attracted the attention of a man in the row in front of us. Thank goodness he found it entertaining! He was amazed that Blaker knew the entire song and encouraged him every time the scene changed!
After our fun show, we walked outside to Wishes! Everyone from the show gathered at the exit to watch the sky. It was our perfect first day ending!
But it isn't the end.. and here comes the scary part!
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