via Special Offerings Planned for Walt Disney World Passholders at the 2019 Epcot International Festival of the Arts | Disney Parks Blog Oh, my goodness! A Figment Passholder magnet! This is sweet. I hope my podcast co-host is able to swing by and pick one up for me. 😉 I'm not too impressed by the... Continue Reading →
Globe-Trotting Through Cherry Tree Lane - D23 This isn't directly related to the theme parks, but it has to do with Disney history and models, so it's right up our alley. I had first read this story on Kevin Kidney's Instagram post and thought it was fascinating. By the way: I highly suggest that you... Continue Reading →
The photos from our trip to Walt Disney World a couple of weeks ago are now posted on Flickr. We had a great time, and hopefully you'll enjoy the photos. I'm looking forward to discussing the trip during our next podcast episode. Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day... Continue Reading →
I've been seeing specials on TV about how the Disneyland Candy Canes are made for years now. Well, this year, I broke down and bought one from a seller on eBay. I know, I know...I'm just contributing to the problem. But the odds of me being at Disneyland anytime during Christmas time are too great... Continue Reading →
This is the Magic Kingdom guidemap from 10/1/16, the 45th Anniversary of the Magic Kingdom. It has a nifty little poster in the middle of the guide. I like the logo that Disney created for the anniversary. I can't wait to see what they come up with for the 50th... Download the PDF here
In the latest Star Wars Show, Kathleen Kennedy said the franchise will continue with its newly introduced characters, including Rey, Finn, Poe, and BB-8, (so they're all safe through Episode IX???), well beyond Episode IX, and that the studio is currently “looking at the next ten years” of Star Wars film and spinoffs. Yay!!!
Well...not exactly. But the facade is back. Disney has completed work on the facade of the Emporium and switched over the "Hall of Champions" facade to the "House of Magic." While the actual store hasn't returned, this is a welcome change in my book. You can see the photos over on the Blog Mickey site.
Our family took a vacation to Universal Orlando the first week of August, 2016. It was the first visit for my children, and my wife and my first visit since around 2000. We used to live about a mile north of UO, and we had annual passes for many years and visited often, through the... Continue Reading →
Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show ran from May 5, 2005 and ended its run on April 2, 2016. My family only watched the show one time in 2014, and it was entertaining. I think I kinda resented LMA for the longest time because to make room for it, Residential Street was demolished, and I... Continue Reading →