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Old 03-06-2013, 12:34 PM   #1876
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Animal Kingdom morning

I forgot to give an “up next” preview last time, so I need to title this chapter now. After looking through the pictures, I guess I’ll go with the very original and imaginative “Animal Kingdom morning”. This particular day was Tuesday, June 26th, our 9th day of the trip, and we were back on schedule. Today would be our Animal Kingdom day, which you probably already figured out from all of that discussion about the title.

I was up at 7am, but there’d be no workout today, since I figured (correctly) that I’d get plenty of exercise walking around the park. By the time we got everyone up and headed to the bus stop it was a little later than I’d hoped, 9:15, but at least we were going to the closest park. We got seated on the bus and when it pulled away from the stop, a recorded announcer-voice came over the loudspeaker saying, “Hello everyone. Please join us in wishing a special couple ‘Happy Anniversary’!” We kind of looked around at each other until we realized that it was for Gram and Poppy, and all of our fellow bus riders joined-in in congratulating them. The bus driver must have noticed their buttons when they got on the bus, and it was a nice surprise.

As we entered the park, my mom said that she wanted to go on the safari first, and that seemed like a great plan. I was thrilled that she had something in mind, and we could avoid that awkward “Oookay, here we are…what do you want to do” scenario. So we sent Lauren the long way around, by way of Everest, to pick up some fastpasses. The rest of us mosey’d our way toward Africa.

On our way across the bridge to Discovery Island, I saw a Photopass photographer and suggested that my parents get a picture taken. We needed to get going Photopass-wise to get the most out of that cd pre-order.



Soon enough, we made it to Africa. I know that I’ve mentioned in previous trip reports how much I like the architecture in Africa, so I’ll refrain from doing it again…but I did take this one picture of all the wiring on the outside wall of this building near the Harmbe Fruit Market. I have no doubt that it compares with what you could see in a remote African village. Such great theming.



We met up with Lauren and our Fastpasses. I took a picture of them, looking back in the direction we came. You can see it was fairly crowded today.



It was about 10 o’clock when we got in line for Kilimanjaro Safaris, and the line was pretty long. At one point, a guy came barging through, trying to work his way up through the line. It was apparent that he irritated the guy behind me in line, so after he went through I pointed to this sign and said, “Careful, you don’t want to get trampled by a tembo”.



I don’t know, it seemed like a better story at the time. What can I say?

It took us about 40 minutes of snaking around the twists and turns of the queue before we boarded our safari bus, but once we boarded we were treated to a driver who was obviously inspired by the Jungle Cruise cast members and brought some humor to our savanna tour. For example, it had rained a little while we were in the queue, and as he drove off he said, “this rain is a nice change of pace, don’t you think?”.

Then we came to this rhino and as we pulled away he said, “sorry to leave you…behind”. (Now this is my kind of driver!)



At another point we saw some plain-old everyday mallard ducks and he called them “African Killer Ducks”. And then he informed us how we could tell male and female zebras apart: “the male zebras are black with white stripes and the female zebras are white with black stripes.” Ba-dum-bum. Okay, okay, you don’t have to be quite as cheesy as the Jungle Cruise, but I like the effort.

Here are some more photos that I took as we went along. I’ll try to keep quiet, you know most of these animals by now.





I saw the lunch pavilions that are used during the Wild Africa Trek. I’d love to do that tour someday. Sounds like something for a parents-only trip!



We paused near this giraffe.



We paused a little longer, so I thought I’d zoom-in some.



Heck, we’re still sitting here, so max it out baby!



Fortunately, we didn’t hang around any longer…otherwise I would’ve needed the Hubble telescope.



Lauren loves elephants, so she was excited to see the trunk-squirting exhibition this guy was putting on and asked me if I was getting pictures of it.



















I don’t remember these cheetah’s before. They’ve probably always been there and I just forgot.




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Old 03-06-2013, 12:35 PM   #1877
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Animal Kingdom morning - continued

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It's always fun as you approach Pride Rock...the anticipation builds as you wonder if you'll be able to get a good lion picture.



He's the king of the jungle...



...and today I can only address him as "your hiney".







My only complaint with the safari is how most of the time the driver doesn't come to a complete stop, which makes it really hard to take non-blurry pictures. There were several times where he would slow down, but we were still moving and being jostled, and I'd think that he was going to stop so I would wait to snap a picture, and then he'd gas it and speed off again. Instead of the slow creeping-along, I wish they'd just come to a complete stop for a second or two.

From there, the kids wanted to go off on their own (and I have no idea where they went or what they did), but those of us in the older generation moved right on to the Pangani Forest Exploration Trail, since it was so close.

We enjoyed watching this bird work on his or her nest. But he moved so fast, it was hard not to get any blur. These pictures were the best of the bunch.





For some reason, whenever I see these meerkats the song Muskrat Love by America pops into my head. (But America's version, not Captain & Tennille! ) You'd think it'd be that scene from The Lion King where Timon says, Do you want me to dress in drag and do the hula? But no, I hear "...Muskrat Susie, Muskrat Sam, do the jitterbug out in muskrat land..."







And finally, we got to the gorillas. I love taking pictures of these guys. I'm not sure what I'm going to ever do with all of these gorilla pictures, other than post them in my trip report, but it sure is fun taking them.





He's eyeing me like, "Dude, if I could get out of here I would tear you limb-from-limb in under 2 seconds."





We emerged from the jungle and walked into Harambe village a few minutes before noon.



To save a little money, we'd brought some lunch items in with us, and we set up to eat at a table in a little tucked-away corner behind Tamu Tamu Refreshments. This is a great little spot to escape the crowds and the heat. Its not air-conditioned, but it is shaded, and there usually aren't very many people there.



This was Lunch! PB&J (or just PB for those who specified), baby carrots (why cant we let them grow to maturity?), and apple wedges. Can anyone spot the hidden Mickey?



Next time well go over what we did during our afternoon at Animal Kingdom, and I'll probably come up with an equally imaginative title as I gave to this chapter.


Up next: Animal Kingdom afternoon
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We got seated on the bus and when it pulled away from the stop, a recorded announcer-voice came over the loudspeaker saying, “Hello everyone. Please join us in wishing a special couple ‘Happy Anniversary’!” We kind of looked around at each other until we realized that it was for Gram and Poppy, and all of our fellow bus riders joined-in in congratulating them.
So cool! And Happy Anniversary to Gram and Poppy!!!

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…and today I can only address him as “your hiney”.
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For some reason, whenever I see these meerkats the song “Muskrat Love” by America pops into my head. (But America’s version, not Captain & Tennille! ) You’d think it’d be that scene from “The Lion King” where Timon says, “Do you want me to dress in drag and do the hula?” But no, I hear ♪ ♪ ♫ “…Muskrat Susie, Muskrat Sam, do the jitterbut out in muskrat land…” ♪ ♪ ♫
So after all the hineys and behind shots, was this just a Freudian slip, or just following along with the theme???

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And finally, we got to the gorillas. I love taking pictures of these guys. I’m not sure what I’m going to ever do with all of these gorilla pictures, other than post them in my trip report, but it sure is fun taking them.





He’s eyeing me like, “Dude, if I could get out of here I would tear you limb-from-limb in under 2 seconds.”



Oh, and 4 Rosie's!!!

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This was Lunch! PB&J (or just PB for those who specified), baby carrots (why can’t we let them grow to maturity?), and apple wedges. Can anyone spot the hidden Mickey?
Cool way to keep your carrots closed!!!

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Next time we’ll go over what we did during our afternoon at Animal Kingdom, and I’ll probably come up with an equally imaginative title as I gave to this chapter.
We can always count on you for an imaginative title, even if you have to pay for it!!!
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Old 03-06-2013, 01:16 PM   #1881
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Spent a lot of time on that one, didja?

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We got seated on the bus and when it pulled away from the stop, a recorded announcer-voice came over the loudspeaker saying, “Hello everyone. Please join us in wishing a special couple ‘Happy Anniversary’!” We kind of looked around at each other until we realized that it was for Gram and Poppy, and all of our fellow bus riders joined-in in congratulating them. The bus driver must have noticed their buttons when they got on the bus, and it was a nice surprise.
for the bus driver.

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It was about 10 o’clock when we got in line for Kilimanjaro Safaris, and the line was pretty long. At one point, a guy came barging through, trying to work his way up through the line.
Could you trip him? Crop-dust him, maybe? How come he was so important?

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It took us about 40 minutes of snaking around the twists and turns of the queue before we boarded our safari bus, but once we boarded we were treated to a driver who was obviously inspired by the Jungle Cruise cast members and brought some humor to our savanna tour. For example, it had rained a little while we were in the queue, and as he drove off he said, “this rain is a nice change of pace, don’t you think?”.

Then we came to this rhino and as we pulled away he said, “sorry to leave you…behind”. (Now this is my kind of driver!)

At another point we saw some plain-old everyday mallard ducks and he called them “African Killer Ducks”. And then he informed us how we could tell male and female zebras apart: “the male zebras are black with white stripes and the female zebras are white with black stripes.” Ba-dum-bum. Okay, okay, you don’t have to be quite as cheesy as the Jungle Cruise, but I like the effort.
He sounds awesome! I'd love to have this guy as my driver. Much better than pretending I'm chasing fake poachers.

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I saw the lunch pavilions that are used during the Wild Africa Trek. I’d love to do that tour someday. Sounds like something for a parents-only trip!


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Lauren loves elephants, so she was excited to see the trunk-squirting exhibition this guy was putting on and asked me if I was getting pictures of it.
Wow, this really is getting to be like the Jungle Cruise!

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It’s always fun as you approach Pride Rock…the anticipation builds as you wonder if you’ll be able to get a good lion picture.
It does? I pretty much assume I'll see a sleeping animatronic lion like I always do.

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…and today I can only address him as “your hiney”.
Yup, this is Jungle Cruise all the way!

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We enjoyed watching this bird work on his or her nest. But he moved so fast, it was hard not to get any blur. These pictures were the best of the bunch.
I think you did well. Very well.

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He’s eyeing me like, “Dude, if I could get out of here I would tear you limb-from-limb in under 2 seconds.”
Definitely getting that vibe. It's only a matter of time until the Planet of the Apes is upon us.

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This was Lunch! PB&J (or just PB for those who specified), baby carrots (why can’t we let them grow to maturity?), and apple wedges. Can anyone spot the hidden Mickey?
Looks like an Oblivious Family vacation lunch©! And yes, the hidden Mickey is the chip clip, which I feel is worth some kind of point in the standings.
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Does Marv keep his computer on your thread at all times to catch how many Judy's? Maybe that's why he so seldom updates his own.

Love the pictures of the safari ride; Mark loves elephants like Lauren and he would have loved seeing the elephant playing in the water.

You got some really great shots of the gorillas too.
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After looking through the pictures, I guess I’ll go with the very original and imaginative “Animal Kingdom morning”
Excellent, descriptive title!

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I did take this one picture of all the wiring on the outside wall of this building near the Harmbe Fruit Market. I have no doubt that it compares with what you could see in a remote African village. Such great theming.
You'd think Disney could afford to fix that. Is it even up to code???

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It was apparent that he irritated the guy behind me in line, so after he went through I pointed to this sign and said, “Careful, you don’t want to get trampled by a tembo”.
So was the guy behind you in line irritated with you too after this comment?

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Okay, okay, you don’t have to be quite as cheesy as the Jungle Cruise, but I like the effort.
This guy must have been a former JC skipper. Either that or he aspired to become one.

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Its always fun as you approach Pride Rock&the anticipation builds as you wonder if youll be able to get a good lion picture.
Really? I always just thought it was a rock with a lump on it. I didn't realize there was even anything to anticipate.

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Hes eyeing me like, Dude, if I could get out of here I would tear you limb-from-limb in under 2 seconds.
Which brings up an interesting question. Would you rather face a the gorilla or be trampled by a tembo?

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Up next: Animal Kingdom afternoon
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Heck, we’re still sitting here, so max it out baby!


Way to use that zoom. Seems like someone should check out that mole....

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Looks like he has "periscope up"



I had a busdriver that went through ALL the messages the busses can play. Pretty hilarious actually.

Birthday , anniversary , prince/princess, waterpark closed due to weather, watch your languagae, dont swing on handrails..... there were more.
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you got some really good photos of the animals i dont t hink i have ever seen the elephants in the water.

and our trip that was the first time i have ever seen the cheetas there as well, i wonder if they are new since i dont remember them as well.
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I'm behind, I know, and now Marv has like a gagillion Judy sighting points. Oh well.

Hold on, I just finished reading your update here and I'm still blown away by the creatively titled chapter heading... Maybe you should just start titling them "day one, day two..."

Once again, great FP shot, very clean fingernails.


Fantastic safari pics! Love the zoomed in giraffe ones especially. You can even see its eyelashes! Good work.

Ok Glenn, you're really dating yourself here as I have no idea what song you're talking about :
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For some reason, whenever I see these meerkats the song Muskrat Love by America pops into my head. (But America's version, not Captain & Tennille! ) You'd think it'd be that scene from The Lion King where Timon says, Do you want me to dress in drag and do the hula? But no, I hear "...Muskrat Susie, Muskrat Sam, do the jitterbug out in muskrat land..."
What a great little nook you found for lunch. You can never go wrong with pb&j, ever.

Animal Kingdom has some of the best theming of all the parks I think. It's superbly done! Looking forward to the next installment of "Animal Kingdom Morning part 2".
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So cool! And Happy Anniversary to Gram and Poppy!!!
Why, thanks!

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So after all the hineys and behind shots, was this just a Freudian slip, or just following along with the theme???
Oops. Yes it was. And then I tried to correct it and the DIS turned all of my apostrophes and quote marks into strange characters. Doh!

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Oh, and 4 Rosie's!!!
Oooo, I didn't say that.

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Cool way to keep your carrots closed!!!
Good catch. You got an Eagle Eye point , included in the updated scores.

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You can tell I didn't spend much on this one!

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Dang it......
Bridesmaid!

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Spent a lot of time on that one, didja?
I think I'm getting TR writer's block.

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for the bus driver.


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Could you trip him? Crop-dust him, maybe? How come he was so important?
I can't crop dust on command. I'm such a failure!

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He sounds awesome! I'd love to have this guy as my driver. Much better than pretending I'm chasing fake poachers.
Wait, that was fake??!

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Wow, this really is getting to be like the Jungle Cruise!
Eerily similar.

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It does? I pretty much assume I'll see a sleeping animatronic lion like I always do.
You mean animatronic lion butt.

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Yup, this is Jungle Cruise all the way!
Yup.

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I think you did well. Very well.
Gee thanks!

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Definitely getting that vibe. It's only a matter of time until the Planet of the Apes is upon us.
It's a race between Planet of the Apes and computers becoming sentient.

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Looks like an Oblivious Family vacation lunch©! And yes, the hidden Mickey is the chip clip, which I feel is worth some kind of point in the standings.
If we'd have had any cheese curls, we would've had to pay you a royalty, that's how close it was to your copyright.

The Rules Committee saw fit to give you an Eagle Eye point . Marv's post is first, but his edit is a minute after yours, so you both got one.
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