Today, for Wordless Wednesday, I'm honoring our Veteran's.
Today, for Wordless Wednesday, I’m honoring our Veteran’s.

Hello everyone, and welcome to this week’s Wordless Wednesday post!  This week, my friend Deb from Focused on the Magic set the theme as the “Disney Side”, but for me, I’m going to continue my thanks of our Veterans from Veterans Day.  These pictures are all ones that I think are patriotic in nature, I hope you enjoy them!

The American Adventure Pavilion in Epcot's World Showcase
The American Adventure Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase
If you've never stopped to listen to this great group of singers, you are missing out...
If you’ve never stopped to listen to the Voices of Liberty, you are missing out…
The Drum and Bugle Corp marching into position to play for us!
The Drum and Bugle Corp marching into position to play for us!
The Statue of Liberty Torch, with Benjamin Franklin and Mark Twain
The Statue of Liberty Torch, with Benjamin Franklin and Mark Twain
Fireworks light the night sky in World Showcase Lagoon for Illuminations: Reflections of Earth
Fireworks light the night sky in World Showcase Lagoon for Illuminations: Reflections of Earth
The Sailing Ship Columbia is America's first ship to circumnavigate the globe!
The Sailing Ship Columbia is America’s first ship to circumnavigate the globe!

My friends, I hope you have enjoyed this look at some of the patriotic things that I appreciate at Disney.  I didn’t even share with you any of the Hall of Presidents or Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln, but they could have easily been on this post as well!  Please take the time to stop by and visit with the other sites, and thank you for taking time to spend part of your day here at My Dreams of Disney!  Have a Magical Disney Day, everyone!

Focused on the Magic

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7 Replies to “Wordless Wednesday – Veterans Day”

  1. Beautiful patriotic pictures Mike! Each one is wonderful and captures the spirit of America perfectly. Thanks for sharing!

  2. I enjoy the Presidents Hall of Fame. It always gives me cold chills to listen and see and the Presidents in one room.

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