Hello everyone, and welcome to this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia segment! I’m joined as always by my great friends Heidi from Heidi’s Head, Jenn from Disney Babies Blog, and Jodi from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse! Today I’ve got a “Did You Know” segment from the WDW Trivia Book, Volume 2, by Lou Mongello! So, let’s get right into the meat of our post! Please tell me what you think of this!
Did You Know…
In the construction of the newest Disney Park at Walt Disney World, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park, 60 dump trucks full of dirt were delivered to the DAK construction site every day for two straight years to create the Park’s landscape! That’s about 4.4 million cubic yards of dirt!
I don’t know about your yard, but I could have used just 1 dump truck full of dirt — or maybe even less than that — for my yard! What about you?
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In this incriminating photo, my wife Cindy has proof of my infatuation with Minnie Mouse!
Hello everyone, and welcome to our second episode in the Magical Blogorail “Riding the Rails” series! Last week we participated in what we would do to get ready for a runDisney event. This week the theme we are following is to talk about what we do at Disney in January! I don’t have a lot of experience being at Disney in January, but I’ll tell you what we did when we were there, and what we typically spend the month of January doing when we aren’t! I hope you enjoy!
My wife and I have been to Walt Disney World just one time in the month of January — January 2001 to be exact! It was the second time that Cindy had ever been to Disney, and it also happened to be the time we were at Disney when we were expecting our daughter Sophie! So, due to those circumstances, this was the trip that we ate our way around Disney!
We had a long weekend due to the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, so Cindy and I decided to take a weekend trip to Disney! Since we were expecting, we couldn’t go on the thrill rides that we like, but we were at Disney, so we didn’t care!
Being naive tourists, we went to Disney with clothes more suited to warmer weather — but what we weren’t expecting was a biting winter wind in central Florida! We were freezing! The sweatshirt you see in the picture we bought — one for each of us — and it worked some to keep us warm, but it still a little cold!
We were able to walk right into Guest Services and line up our dining reservations for that day — there was no issue at all! We ate at Liberty Tree Tavern, as you see based on the picture with Minnie Mouse, and we ate at Cinderella’s Royal Table for lunch — although, that day for lunch they didn’t have characters there, oddly enough — and we basically had our pick of any restaurants we wanted to eat at! We also ate at the Crystal Palace! Since we stuck to the tame rides, and all of that, we just took our time and enjoyed being at Disney together — and had a great time.
We also got some photos with some of our favorite characters, as you see here:
At Mickey’s Toontown Fair, I had my picture with Donald Duck!
And Cindy had her picture with Pluto at Mickey’s Toontown Fair!
Nowadays, though, with school schedules and work schedules, we really don’t have as much of an opportunity to get to Disney World in January. However, the new thing we do during the month is plan our trip that we’ll be taking in the summer, when school is out and we can enjoy the warm weather! This year, we are vacationing with our friends from California and our friends from Raleigh, so we’re in full planning mode already! It’s going to be a lot of fun, and I can’t wait until that next trip!
Thank you for stopping by the Magical Blogorail “Riding the Rails” series! I have enjoyed having you stop by, but please tell me, what do you do at Disney in January if you are able to get there? Any special traditions? Please let me know in the comments, and thanks!
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