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... you see him next, he'll probably have a beard. With the popularity of Duck Dynasty, he should "fit right in" (HA-Ha).
We did not make our trip to Pittsburgh in February; just wasn't ready for the trip, but we are looking forward to going at Easter; It's a long time since Thanksgiving!!
Again, our thanks . . . and love.
Steve and Ginny
... to find, but again Kaleb found it. By this time Ray and Jodi were helping out looking for these hidden Mickeys. We went back to The Jungle River Boat ride looking for more. There were supposed to be one on the sign ( we never found it) but I asked the cast member working the ride if she knew where it was. She did not, but clued us into the many on the ride. She gave Kaleb and I Fast Passes to do so. Did I mention I love Fast Passes! We only found ...
... there. We ended doing around half the countries and then had to leave so we could get to the Soarin' Attraction.
The Soarin' attraction allows you to "Take flight and feel the wind through your hair as you fly above breathtaking vistas of California." The whole family loved this ride. It felt like you were really flying high in the air above the city and nature. It was a lot of fun to do this ride as a family - side by side.
... with the kids then we switched over. Only then realising that there were 2 rides. Red and blue so after they came back I did the red with Courtney, she is a real adrenalin junkie. We all then went and joined the queue for Harry Potter and the Forbidden journey. Only Rorke wasn't tall enough so we did the child swop and everyone had a few turns they all loved it. Rorke enjoyed watching a bit of the movie in the child swop ...
... of the Mummy and Twister. Of course, the Hulk rollercoaster was amazing, probably because the only thing it had in common was the movie was liberal use of the colour green. And the Mummy ride, catapulting us wildly through the darkness and singing our hair with spectacularly burning walls, was extremely cool, at least until the closing moments when a tubby-looking Brendan Fraser inexplicably appeared out of the darkness to make a feeble attempt at humour. It was a sad ...