Today I went to AK with my roommate. Light crowds again, and heavy rain. Everything except Everest was a walk-on. Everest had a 30-40 minute wait. The Yeti was in B-mode today and yesterday. Not too many pictures today due to it raining the entire time we were there.
This fulfills my "Erik shot" quota.
Will wears a mean dark pair of shades.
I have a weird compulsion with taking pictures of every street performer I see.
These guys were in a very strange spot: across from the Nemo theater.
We took a ride on Everest.
The single rider line was going very fast today. It was probably just luck.
This ride includes many homages to There Will Be Blood.
This is a picture of Will pretending to not notice he's having a picture taken of him.
Next up: the Safari. We had a good ride. Oh, you want proof? I'll give you proof.
First we saw some pandas.
Then there were the horses.
And these guys...don't get me started on these guys.
Animals are fun and interesting, aren't they, gang?
Oh boy do I love elephants.
Except for this one.
I hate him so much.
Take that, Hanno!
Birds on sticks everywhere!
Lots of rhinos this time.
Definitely a rhino.
Here's a baby kangaroo, sometimes called a joey.
We did some more stuff, but I decided to not get my camera wet. We had an alright time until the rain kicked into high gear. You've been a great test crew. Come back and ride with us anytime. Bye now!
Today my roommate Will, his friend Jerry, and I went to the Disney Studios and Epcot. It was much more crowded than we expected. 90 minute wait for Toy Story. Crowds lightened up towards the end of the day, Mission: Space being a walk-on and Test Track at a 30-minute wait. Picture time!
We parked far away. This was a bad omen.
This is a shot of me realizing I didn't take a picture of the entrance and being too lazy to back up and get a full picture of the sign.
The limo is back. I like this shot.
With the new line configuration on RnRC you can see backstage...through the trees!
The G-Force Records logo is how Robocop would look as a South Park character.
I don't know if you noticed, but these are modeled to look like electric guitar instruments, popular in most rock and roll music bands.
You know how we feel about our fans!
They've had a maintenance call in for the front elevators for over 15 years. Poor show, Disney.
We took a whirlwind tour of creepy animatronics on the "Great" Movie Ride.
Then we left. Apparently nobody else wanted to leave.
We parked REALLY close to the front.
It's amazing how they harnessed the power of black holes to construct Spaceship Earth.
I was stressed out.
This is considered evidence.
Oh my. I must have gone in the wrong entrance.
Yeah, these qualify as my 2 Test Track pictures.
I love this ride. It's half the time of an entire feature-length film. It's insane!
They were only running 5 cars today. I don't know if the other show had 5 or 6.
I went to the Magic Kingdom in the late afternoon/night today.
Things of note:
-It was totally dead. The only thing I didn't walk on was my 2nd ride on Space Mountain, which was filling the station, but past the turnstiles.
-They're all ready for MNSSHP, looks to be exactly the same as last year, which is a good thing.
-I met the management of Waldameer way out of the blue. They were walking over the Splash Mountain bridge and I saw their Waldameer polos so I stopped them and said hello and how awesome RF2 was on the Behemoth trip. They also found out today about their Golden Ticket. They seemed happy.
-They were only running 1 station on Big Thunder, and they were stacking the trains a little. I don't know if I've ever seen that before on there.
And now that you've ignored the words, onto the photos!
I got nervous when I saw a lot of cars. This was nothing to be worried about.
Yeah, construction is still going on strong in the main concourse. It's only been forever.
There's some funky thing that's going on top of that.
Aaaand we're in.
This was taken at about 5:00. I think.
I stared at this picture for about 5 minutes trying to think of a caption.
I don't think I've ever seen these before. What the hell are they?
People seem to love going through the switchbacks as fast as possible.
My score was 1337 for "Eibloo".
I decided to wander a little bit.
Wandering over! The only ejector air in Orlando is here!
There's new cups.
And new napkins. This is rock bottom, isn't it?
Why would I use the camera right after eating ribs? You can practically taste the liquid smoke in it.
After reading Dan's TR I decided it was finally time to ride the Liberty Belle.
I think there's a little bit of the show building on the bottom right. That counts as a caption I think.
"Tom Sawyer, you tricked me! This is less fun than previously indicated! Let this corny slice of Americana be your tomb for all eternity!"
This is interesting. I'm getting too cocky with my photography.
At first it seems unassuming...
Until the boat blew the horn.
It's cute how they all act like animatronics when the boat goes by. It's like Toy Story!
They probably shouldn't use the blankets. Just a suggestion.
That's probably something.
Then I went on Big Thunder. It was like nerd shot central.
Almost a nerd shot.
Now THAT'S a nerd shot!
And then I went on the best Jungle Cruise ride I've had in a very long time.
Give me some personality, Skipper.
That's more like it!
Those people aren't even looking at the backside of water! This is a once in a 10-minute opportunity, people!
There were some Halloween-themed statues in the hub.
Uh oh...I...I need to leave. I didn't realize robots would be attacking me.
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