Studio Backlot Tour
Studio Backlot Tour

I wonder if this “volunteer” knows what he’s getting into on the Studio Backlot Tour…

Hello everyone, and welcome to our look at the Studio Backlot Tour, part of our #DisneyWorldCountdown!  Can you believe that we are now sitting at #Day40 in our countdown?  That means that I’ve already shared with you 60 things that we are interested in, and I hope that you are enjoying our look at some things you might not think about taking a look at in either your Disney planning or when you are there at the parks.  Today’s attraction is one that we’ve only seen once, so it isn’t one that I have a whole lot of history with, but I do remember enjoying it — enough that I liked it, but not enough that it became a must do every year.  I do like the way that the “volunteers” — are they really volunteers you think? — play their roles.  As I said in the caption, do you think this one knew what he was getting himself into?  I don’t, as the pictures will show…

Studio Backlot Tour

I’m guessing that he doesn’t…

Oh, oh, better watch out and hope your buckled in properly!

Studio Backlot Tour

Throughout it all, though, he was a great trooper!

Despite getting doused with water, though, at the end, he still has a smile on his face for his 15 minutes of fame!  His partner, though, not so much…

Studio Backlot Tour

While this “volunteer” now wishes he hadn’t…

What do you think will happen with this tanker, though?  Any thoughts?

Studio Backlot Tour

What do you think will happen with this tanker?

I liked the Studio Backlot Tour.  It is kind of loud, though, so if you have youngsters, you may want to bring ear plugs for them — I know that Sophie and I can’t experience this without them because of the somewhat loud explosions.  I don’t know that I need to do this one again, but still, if you have never seen it, go take it in and tell me what you think.

Thanks for stopping by, I hope you have a great day!



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