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Old 09-23-2010, 10:13 PM   #106
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I think Mouse Gears is probably my favorite store. It's just so fun and everything is there in one place. love it!

I've always been afraid to try Mission Space Orange. I've done the green side, which is kind of boring I'm not going to lie, but I'm too chicken for orange. I think it would be kind of cool though to see what it's all about, but I'm always afraid of feeling sick afterwards Oh well, I'll live vicariously through you!
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It's so strange how Mission Space went from being so popular to seemingly forgotten. I can't figure out if it's the bad press that it got, Soarin' becoming the big hit of the park or some combination of those two things.
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I'm actually very excited to see Eo again. Just for nostalgia's sake.

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I LOVE this snow globe. If I wouldn’t need to ship it – I so would have bought it!

Snow globe sales must really be suffering, now that you can't fly with them anymore! I always find those snow globe warning signs at the airport funny. I mean, seriously, how many people were flying with them in the first place?

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After Test Track, we rode Mission Space. It was walk on. What happened that no one likes this ride anymore? It never has a wait when we're there… it used to be a minimum 60 minute wait.
I don't get this, either. But I'm not complaining...it's nice to know there'll usually be a walk-on ride that I love!

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I really have to get over it and just let people pass me in short lines so I can soak in the theming and get better pictures
This is one of my goals for next month. Why is it so hard to do?
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I think Mouse Gears is probably my favorite store. It's just so fun and everything is there in one place. love it!

I've always been afraid to try Mission Space Orange. I've done the green side, which is kind of boring I'm not going to lie, but I'm too chicken for orange. I think it would be kind of cool though to see what it's all about, but I'm always afraid of feeling sick afterwards Oh well, I'll live vicariously through you!
I agree with you on Mouse Gears - it's my favorite too. It has everything, but it's not so big and overwhelming like WOD.

I'm very curious about the green side. But I love the orange side so much, I doubt I'll ever try it. Guess I'll just have to ride it a bunch so you can feel like you're there. Anything for my readers

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It's so strange how Mission Space went from being so popular to seemingly forgotten. I can't figure out if it's the bad press that it got, Soarin' becoming the big hit of the park or some combination of those two things.
It's sad. Test Track (a.k.a. snooze-a-rama) always has a 30 + minute wait. I just don't get it. Maybe people think 1 flight simulator is enough. I just hope they don't tweak it or get rid of it!

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I'm actually very excited to see Eo again. Just for nostalgia's sake.


Snow globe sales must really be suffering, now that you can't fly with them anymore! I always find those snow globe warning signs at the airport funny. I mean, seriously, how many people were flying with them in the first place?


I don't get this, either. But I'm not complaining...it's nice to know there'll usually be a walk-on ride that I love!


This is one of my goals for next month. Why is it so hard to do?
EO was great! Definitely don't miss it - it is SO 80's!

I agree - not complaining Mission Space is walk on as I do love it so, but it is just weird.

There's some programmed park-commando deep inside, and no matter how hard I try to suppress it - it comes out. Must not let people pass me. I need to work on that! Good luck with your quest.
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Day 2 - Part 5 - Sum Soarin'

We still had some time to kill before our fast passes for Soarin’ were ready to go, so we headed to Innoventions. I tried to get DH to do something, but he was not feeling it. We passed the Sum of all Thrills line, and it was a 5 minute wait. I hopped in it and before DH knew what hit him, I had this in my hand.





DH whined and complained, but I told him that Panic and her DBF highly recommended it.

Soon we were in the creation lab and DH turned into a 6 year old. It was adorable. I just let him have at it, and create what he wanted. We got up to the platform, and had to wait for 1 person to complete their ride.



The attendant took our card and said, okay, so you’re going upside down 6 times. Excuse me? We got into the apparatus, and I suddenly remembered a bunch of talk about bigger people not fitting on this ride. I sucked it in and hoped I’d be okay. It was a little tight, but closed no problem. Phew!

Did our twisting turning adventure wake DH up?



That ride totally made me dizzy, but it was fun. To continue our pattern of flight simulators, we headed to Soarin!

After that, our Soarin' fast passes were finally good, so we headed to the Land.




We got in line. This line is so so so boring. The only thing to look at were the lights.



Since I’m a total nerd, I took a picture of them, because I liked the curves of the planes and I thought they’d be fun parabolic spaces to practice non-Euclidean geometry on…

That was like a whole new level of dork, wasn’t it



Sorry. I just hate how boring this line is



You can see from this picture how sunburned and red I am. DH apparently didn’t notice this, and I didn’t know. Just keep in mind how lobster-y I am.



Soon we were in the boarding area.



Hmmmm… Napa you say? They have wine there don’t they?



Grrrr… I like beer instead!



Soon, our flight attendant was giving us instructions.



We front row seats! No shoe view – Yay!

We didn't get a chance to ride Soarin in January, and last (and only) time we rode it, the smells weren't working. That really adds to the magic. I so love this ride!

I forgot to take my shoes off before we took off, so I spent the whole ride scared to death my shoes would fall off. I was clinching my toes so tightly that my legs didn't work right when we landed.

After Soarin' we (okay, DH) decided to head over to DHS, and headed back to the international gateway.



I made DH stop and get me a soda first. I was SO hot!




It hit the spot for sure!



Even though it was starting to cool off, I was so so so hot. I just couldn’t drink enough liquids. I couldn’t figure out why I was so hot.

We made our way through the international gateway and there was a boat waiting for us.

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I so wanted to try Sum of All Thrills last time we went to WDW, but we never got around to it. It seems pretty cool though!

I really enjoy Soarin'. It's such a cool experience from the top row. The first time I rode it, we were put in the bottom row and I just didn't really get the appeal. But after riding in the top, I definitely got it and came off the ride with a huge smile on my face!

I hope your sunburn doesn't get worse...that's the worst! I have really fair skin & tend to get burnt pretty easily. It stinks being in Disney and having to deal with that.
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Glad to head that your DH enjoyed Sum of All Thrills. It's nice to know that something other than the train got him excited so far.

Sounds like you had a nice ride on Soarin', even with the shoe worries. That's great that you got to experience it with the smells working.
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Your TR definitely is a reward! I love reading about trips in general, but it's way more fun when I'm reading about a trip that a friend took. I also know how easy it is to get caught up in reading on the DIS and then realizing it's 10pm and I still don't have my lessons finished! Haha, happened way too many times. I think I've been doing better with staying on top of the work this year except for the summer assignments that I did NOT want to assign (finished 2 classes of math packets, but I still have 2 ELA classes and each had to do 2 projects!).

Haha, yesterday I took a nap on the living room floor because I was that exhausted (I had After Care duty after school and then I came home and did work for about 2 hours). Howard called me, and I was just like, "Mmm ... 10 more minutes ..." Then he called me again after 15, and I didn't even hear it! Whoops! I put my ringer on the loudest volume too ... haha, I have the same sleeping habits as your DH.

Benefits of being a teacher! The nerd stuff would be GREAT for my job!!! When I tell my students that I was/am a nerd, some of they are like, "No, you're not; don't say that." And I have to explain to them that I'm PROUD of being a nerd!

Do they make Grumpy shirts for girls? If so, I definitely need to get one. Howard isn't the grumpy one; I am!

Mmm, what did DH think of the quiche? It looks perfect for a cool February day!!! Sent it to DFi to see although he probably shouldn't risk having cheese while on vacation since we're both lactose intolerant! I can handle that cheese though. But that mousse looks AMAZING! Haha, probably shouldn't risk having that either.

You know what I realized? Many of us DISers (myself included) say MouseGears. It's really MouseGear! I've been wrongly tacking on that s!!!

OoOoo, love the tea strainger Mickey head! Such a PERFECT souvenir for you if you say you have tea every day. I use tea bags, so it wouldn't make sense for me to use, but I really do love souvenirs that are useful and that can be used on a daily basis!

Great Single Rider line luck! Haha, reminds me of my trip in Feb 2008 when a family thought that the other single rider in the car and I were dating or something and asked if we wanted to sit together. Never mind the fact that he was like, a 35-40 year old Latino man, and I looked even younger than I do now!

Have you noticed both sides of Mission:Space having short lines? I'd never do orange because I know I'd get motion sickness. However, I'm interested in trying green especially if there'll be 4 of us this upcoming trip. I can't imagine getting FP for it and then going back to it. I think I'd have to do it once we got there. The shorter line would help with the nerves! Haha, I don't like trying new things.

Haha, going upside down 6 times?!? I'm dizzy just READING that!

I think that if Howard read TRs and he were reading yours, he'd get inspiration to take pics of me when I'm grumpy or tired ...
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I so wanted to try Sum of All Thrills last time we went to WDW, but we never got around to it. It seems pretty cool though!

I really enjoy Soarin'. It's such a cool experience from the top row. The first time I rode it, we were put in the bottom row and I just didn't really get the appeal. But after riding in the top, I definitely got it and came off the ride with a huge smile on my face!

I hope your sunburn doesn't get worse...that's the worst! I have really fair skin & tend to get burnt pretty easily. It stinks being in Disney and having to deal with that.
Sum of all Thrills was awesome - it's totally now on our "must do" list. I love the whole "math is fun" aspect of it too, being that I'm a math nerd. But it is super fun!

I agree, the top row on Soarin' is much better. We've been rather lucky getting the top row most of the time.

I burn first then get a tan, but I can usually prevent it with sunscreen. I was applying regularly, but I think I was sweating it off


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Glad to head that your DH enjoyed Sum of All Thrills. It's nice to know that something other than the train got him excited so far.

Sounds like you had a nice ride on Soarin', even with the shoe worries. That's great that you got to experience it with the smells working.

so true, though I this DH was much more excited about the train

I really like Soarin' but because we don't ride it often because of the lines, I forget about the whole - loose shoes might fall off. Nevermind that they announce it like 8 times

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Your TR definitely is a reward! I love reading about trips in general, but it's way more fun when I'm reading about a trip that a friend took. I also know how easy it is to get caught up in reading on the DIS and then realizing it's 10pm and I still don't have my lessons finished! Haha, happened way too many times. I think I've been doing better with staying on top of the work this year except for the summer assignments that I did NOT want to assign (finished 2 classes of math packets, but I still have 2 ELA classes and each had to do 2 projects!).

Haha, yesterday I took a nap on the living room floor because I was that exhausted (I had After Care duty after school and then I came home and did work for about 2 hours). Howard called me, and I was just like, "Mmm ... 10 more minutes ..." Then he called me again after 15, and I didn't even hear it! Whoops! I put my ringer on the loudest volume too ... haha, I have the same sleeping habits as your DH.

Benefits of being a teacher! The nerd stuff would be GREAT for my job!!! When I tell my students that I was/am a nerd, some of they are like, "No, you're not; don't say that." And I have to explain to them that I'm PROUD of being a nerd!

Do they make Grumpy shirts for girls? If so, I definitely need to get one. Howard isn't the grumpy one; I am!

Mmm, what did DH think of the quiche? It looks perfect for a cool February day!!! Sent it to DFi to see although he probably shouldn't risk having cheese while on vacation since we're both lactose intolerant! I can handle that cheese though. But that mousse looks AMAZING! Haha, probably shouldn't risk having that either.

You know what I realized? Many of us DISers (myself included) say MouseGears. It's really MouseGear! I've been wrongly tacking on that s!!!

OoOoo, love the tea strainger Mickey head! Such a PERFECT souvenir for you if you say you have tea every day. I use tea bags, so it wouldn't make sense for me to use, but I really do love souvenirs that are useful and that can be used on a daily basis!

Great Single Rider line luck! Haha, reminds me of my trip in Feb 2008 when a family thought that the other single rider in the car and I were dating or something and asked if we wanted to sit together. Never mind the fact that he was like, a 35-40 year old Latino man, and I looked even younger than I do now!

Have you noticed both sides of Mission:Space having short lines? I'd never do orange because I know I'd get motion sickness. However, I'm interested in trying green especially if there'll be 4 of us this upcoming trip. I can't imagine getting FP for it and then going back to it. I think I'd have to do it once we got there. The shorter line would help with the nerves! Haha, I don't like trying new things.

Haha, going upside down 6 times?!? I'm dizzy just READING that!

I think that if Howard read TRs and he were reading yours, he'd get inspiration to take pics of me when I'm grumpy or tired ...
Yeah, I totally get wrapped up in TRs too. Then all of the sudden DH will be asleep, and I'll still be reading. It is more fun reading about DISFriends' trips!


too funny about your napping! DH does that all the time too!

I'm a proud nerd too. It's so funny, when your in middle and high school nerd is a dirty word. Once you hit college, true nerds start embracing their nerdyness and flaunting it!

I'm so the grumpy one in our relationship too! I haven't seen girl shirts, but I haven't actually looked for them, so I don't know for sure. Unlike nerdyness, I try not to advertise my grumpyness!

Wow you're right it is MouseGear. That just sounds weird now!

I use tea bags too, but people buy me loose tea all the time. Since I work in a stuffy office, it is fun to have something like that that is Disney, but not overtly so, so I don't feel weird having it at work!

you have the funniest "Disney People's" perception of you stories. Is the 40 year old the father of your 10 year old son?

Yes, both sides of MS are totally empty after 3 every time we go! The Green Side usually has an even shorter line than the Orange. I get motion sick very easily, and the only time I felt icky on Mission Space was when we went right after drinking 3 margaritas in Mexico. Not a good idea!

Yeah, Sum of all Thrills was totally fun, but I could only do it once in a row. My stomach couldn't take it!

Don't worry, I won't intentionally give Howard any ideas
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Day 2 - Part 6 - Drawing in DHS

We took a nice peaceful ride around the lagoon, and ended up at DHS.






What? I’m awake… I swear!



Soon, we were entering DHS and were at the Crossroads of the World.



For those of you keeping track, it is 6:00 and we're on Park #3 - and we didn't start moving until 10.



Our main goal was to ride Star Tours on last time before it goes down for referb, so naturally, our first stop was the Annimation Academy.


(DH) I don’t want to wait (me) take a nap!



You know, you can close your eyes, you don’t need to sleep with your eyes open?



Soon, we got into the class…



Huh? Where are we? What are we supposed to do?



Our animator reminded me of a grade school teacher.

Very different than the dry sense of humor our last animator had!

She said she likes surprises, so she was going to have us guess who we were drawing. She asked if anyone didn't like surprises, and of course DH had to raise his hand. So she showed him who we were drawing and asked him if he wanted to stay. What a dork!

We got this far before someone guessed who we were drawing…. Do you know?

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Uh-oh, I sense a bad sunburn problem coming on...

"parabolic spaces to practice non-Euclidean geometry on"
Wow. I'm impressed! I'm a nerd, too, but more of an English nerd than a math one. I couldn't even make it through my first semester of college calculus.

I've never done the Animation Academy, but it's totally on my list for next month.
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Somehow I got way behind on your TR, but now I'm caught up. I missed bedtime by an hour, but I'm caught up!

I think I may be married to your DH. Machines? Trains? Oh yes! He's a mechanical engineer, so while my boys and I are thinking "that looks like fun!" he's thinking "I could totally take that apart."

Until I read a couple of TRs, I didn't know about the Sum of All Thrills at Epcot. (We tend to avoid crowded indoor things as much as we can.) If DH ever finds out about it, the only thing that's going to save us is going to be his inexperience with roller coasters. (Seriously, he was almost 30 before he rode one, and now his grand total is 3 -- Space, Big Thunder, and Primeval Whirl. 4 if you count Splash.)
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Pooh!!

.....Since I’m a total nerd, I took a picture of them, because I liked the curves of the planes and I thought they’d be fun parabolic spaces to practice non-Euclidean geometry on…

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3 parks in that amount of time.... that is pretty impressive!

I've never done animation academy. It seems like such fun though. I need to add that to my list of things to do on a future trip
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"parabolic spaces to practice non-Euclidean geometry on"
Wow. I'm impressed! I'm a nerd, too, but more of an English nerd than a math one. I couldn't even make it through my first semester of college calculus.

I've never done the Animation Academy, but it's totally on my list for next month.
The force is strong in this one See into the future you do (what? Star Wars is on... )

Yes, I'm a total math nerd it's what my degree is in and I just do problems for fun now. Actually, one of my friends is an artist and she and I did a whole series where I would pick a polar (circular) equation and graph it and she'd paint it. It was kind of cool I don't do English too good though

Definitely do the Animation Academy! It is so fun. We discovered it in January, and it's on our must-do list now.

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Somehow I got way behind on your TR, but now I'm caught up. I missed bedtime by an hour, but I'm caught up!

I think I may be married to your DH. Machines? Trains? Oh yes! He's a mechanical engineer, so while my boys and I are thinking "that looks like fun!" he's thinking "I could totally take that apart."

Until I read a couple of TRs, I didn't know about the Sum of All Thrills at Epcot. (We tend to avoid crowded indoor things as much as we can.) If DH ever finds out about it, the only thing that's going to save us is going to be his inexperience with roller coasters. (Seriously, he was almost 30 before he rode one, and now his grand total is 3 -- Space, Big Thunder, and Primeval Whirl. 4 if you count Splash.)
I miss my bedtime all the time because of dis. It's so addictive

I'm trying to update this TR every day, so I can finish it before we leave for our October trip. As my poor neglected PTR shows, I'm bad at multi-TRing!

It sounds like our DHs may have been separated at birth. Mine was so excited one time on Soarin' because we were at the end of the row. He spent the whole ride looking up trying to figure out how the ride worked instead of the movie He'll also just stare at things like a hair clip and I'll finally say to him "you're trying to figure out how they made that aren't you" and he'll sheepishly say "yes" Silly Men!

I never knew about Sum of all Thrills either, until my sister and her dbf rode it in January. We usually avoid Innoventions too. They were cutting through and her dbf works for Raytheon so they checked it out. Then proceeded to ride it 3 more times What saved me on that ride was the time limit. He had to work fast to finish - otherwise we would have been there all day!

My DH is also a "late bloomer" when it comes to roller coasters. Actually, he is allegedly afraid of roller coasters, but when I got him on them at Disney - he LOVES them.

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Pooh!!

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Love your trip report, you are freakin hilarious
You win the prize. But I don't really have a prize for you. Since I'm watching Star Wars now... will you accept this Yoda?

Non-Euclidan geometry is geometry on a non-flat plane. So like shapes on a sphere and stuff like that. Serious Dork-a-tude.

Thanks for reading along! However, this TR is supposed to be a very serious account of our trip - guess I'm failing at that

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I've never done animation academy. It seems like such fun though. I need to add that to my list of things to do on a future trip
Yeah, I couldn't believe it either. I suppose just going into the MK for the train helped

Do the Animation Academy! It is so fun. We just discovered it in January, and it is totally a must do for us!
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