Part IX: Riding the Rails, Flying and More As we climbed the up-ramp towards the Monorail station outside the entrance to Epcot, the Monorail approached and passed in to the park, making it’s grand circle turn around approaching the station itself. We had only a couple of moments to wait for our carriage that would take us over to the Magic Kingdom. Here it is entering the station, and then my silly little girl inside the car. For any of you who have followed along with me (on this inordinately LOOOOOOOOOONNNNNNGGGG report – I know, it’s ridiculous how long it’s taken me to sum up a 3 night visit more than 6 months ago… sorry… LIFE has been a bit crazy the past few months!) - anyway – for any of you who may have followed through the beginnings of this TR, you might recall that my DD had a very strong wish to ride two things at the Magic Kingdom. One certainly did NOT happen the first time around, and the other well, we tried really hard… but alas it did not happen. As we approached the TTC to switch Monorails, she was devising a plan. We would board the Train, and head on over to Mickey’s Toontown Fair… she wanted to ride Goofy’s Barnstormer – if, as she said, if it was open. We quickly boarded the Express Monorail, and were heading around the Seven Seas Lagoon, quickly passing through the Contemporary, and on to the Magic Kingdom station. Upon entering the Magic Kingdom, sure enough, we were bounding up the stairs for the Train, and soon enough were on our way. Sure enough, when we departed the Train at Mickey’s Toontown Fair – Goofy’s Barnstormer was OPEN! HURRAY! Not only was it open, but the wait was less than 5 minutes! Which of course meant multiple times… In keeping with our previous days and parks – we enjoyed the Barnstormer 3 times in a row! Woo hoo. She was in heaven. The first time we were in the very front row. The second time we went to the very back row, and then the third time we were back in the front. It was awesome, and she was just giggling, squealing, and having SUCH a good time. It was awesome!