Tuesday, September 30, 2014

So Let's Talk a little walk around Animal Kingdom....with Nick

As you are certainly aware, there is a lot of stuff going on at the Animal Kingdom these days. And fortunately for us, good friend of the blog Nick Cucerzan (@NCucerzan) strolled around the park today and sent out some pictures of the park's construction. He was kind enough to let me use them here to give our readers a little update on what's going on.



First, construction is proceeding near Expedition Everest. As you can see from these pictures, the seating area for Rivers of Light is well under way. It appears that the foundation is being laid for this viewing area. Again, I am assuming at this point that this will be special seating for a either Fast Pass Plus guests or some type of hard ticket event. 



Moving to Discovery Island to the right side of the Flame Tree BBQ, there are walls. Near here will be a coffee kiosk (the one near the front is now gone). From what we hear, this kiosk should be ready by the end of the year.



The new tamarin exhibit is open and ready - almost. The primates are not yet out but hopefully soon. Once some additional trees are placed they will be brought into the exhibit.



There are still plenty of walls around Discovery Island. Unlike the walls at other parks, at least these are kind of fun. 



However, Its Tough to be a Bug is now open and some netting around the tree is gone. That's not to say all of it is. However, obviously the refurb of the area was in some part used to make walking under the Tree safer.



Pangani is also under a heavy refurbishment. You need to walk in and out through the exit where the gorillas are.



The path is stopped right where you can view the meerkats and Grevy's zebra so much of the trail is off view.



 Again, thanks to Nick Cucerzan. You should definitely follow him on Twitter @NCucerzan for lots of good Disney talk. 

By Safari Mike 

Monday, September 29, 2014

Animal Kingdom Theme Spotlight: The Painted Pavilion

Anandapur is the fictional village that forms the setting of much of the Asia area of the Animal Kingdom. But what many guests don't realize is that the streets of the village itself comprise most of the queue of the Kali River Rapids, the main attraction of the Anandapur section of the park.



Within the village is the Painted Pavilion. This the cultural center of the village. Here, musicians, poets and storytellers will come to entertain their neighbors. Its not far from the famous Mr. Panika's Shop.



From the outside, it doesn't seem much, but when you enter look up. The walls and ceilings are all painted in beautiful murals. The detail is amazing with each individual mural telling a tale.



In this case, it is the Jataka Tales, which is a collection of Indian fables. There are seven tales depicted here: "The Hare's Sacrifice," "The Tortoise and the Geese," "The Monkey King," "The Jackal and the Iguana," "The Fearless Lion and the Brave Elephant," "The Swan with the Golden Feathers," and "The Banyan Deer."




Each tale involves a conservation theme. For example, "The Fearless Lion and the Brave Elephant" tells a tale of the title characters coming to the defense of merchants, who then vow to pay tribute to the animals forever. "The Banyan Deer" is a story of a deer who sacrifices his life to teach a king the value of life. The artists, in keeping with the spirit of Anandapur, wanted to pay tribute to the natural when selecting the stories they used.

By Safari Mike (@jamboeveryone)

Thursday, September 25, 2014

A Photo For Today: One Million Guests

Earlier this week, Disney announced that the attendance at the new Festival of the Lion King Theater had reached one million guests already. So we thought today's 'A Photo for Today' should be one from that fantastic show!


by Dave McBride (@RadioHarambe)

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Disney's Animal Kingdom News Round-Up for September 24, 2014: Water Closures and Tapas

Uwanja Closed Until Christmas: Guests staying at Kidani Village during the next three months will not have use of the Uwanja Camp water play area as it closed for refurbishment until December 24. It does seem like quite a lengthy refurb for such as small space, especially when you consider the next story…


Kali River Rapids’ Winter Maintenance Closure: Speaking of closing a water-based attraction, Kali River Rapids is scheduled for its yearly maintenance and will be closed from January 20 - February 4. We realize these are two very different attractions, but why does maintenance last a couple of weeks in the case of this huge flume-ride while a small play area requires three months? Does make you wonder.


New Menu Items at Victoria Falls: The bar at the Jambo House has added a few new food items to the menu. Victoria Falls will now serve an artisanal cheese plate, a bread service-type dish and a selection of “African-inspired tapas” selections. Check out the Parks Blog for all of the details and lots of tasty food photos.

Park Hours for this week are...

Wednesday:  September 17 9am - 5pm
Thursday: September 18  9am - 5pm
Friday: September 19  9am - 6pm (Extra Magic Hour 8 - 9am)
Saturday: September 20 9am - 6pm
Sunday: September 21 9am - 7pm
Monday: September 22 9am - 6pm (Extra Magic Hour 8 - 9am)
Tuesday: September 23 9am - 7pm

Check Out Kenny the Pirate for this week’s Entertainment Schedule!

Attraction Closures:
Pangani Forest Exploration Trail: aviary and hippo viewing closed until November 14
Kali River Rapids: Closed January 20 - February 4
It’s Tough To Be A Bug - Closed until September 27
Wild By Design - discontinued as of September 26
Sunrise Safari - discontinued as of December 28

Have A Wild Time this week!!

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Not All Walls Are The Same

As we have been telling you for some time, Disney's Animal Kingdom is full of construction walls. And that really stinks, but at least in Asia those walls are not just the same drab and boring old walls we see everywhere else...


Asia is an amazingly themed and detailed area, and it is great to see that Imagineers had the good sense to not turn it into a giant beige hallway everywhere. We have seen some nice temporary walls before, but I am not sure we have seen this many in one place.


You'll find not just gorgeous pictures of scenery from the Himalayan region, but also of towns that inspired Joe Rohde and his creative team to bring it to life at DAK.


Sitting high in the mountains, Serka Zong is a place filled with fascinating architecture, beautiful landscape and inspiring spirituality. Prayer flags are everywhere around the forbidden mountain, and for good reason when one considers the mountain's inhabitant.


Just in case you were wondering, the Thorong La Pass is located in Nepal and connects two villages high in the Himalayas. Imagine being a trader and having to cross a nearly 200 mile pass some 17,769 ft above sea level just to conduct business.


Our thanks to Destinations in Florida Travel for these photos. Don't forget to book your next trip with our travel partner Jenn Greene and she will make a donation to our conservation partners!

DAK at Twilight

We have often said that the Animal Kingdom at night is a special place. And it certainly is. Whenever the park is open late I can't recommend enough heading there.



Unfortunately for now, that can be a rare event. On our last trip in August, there was only one day where the park closed as late as 8 pm. Which meant, there was not a lot of darkness.



But we got some beautiful shots. Twilight can be magical at the park. The mysteriousness of the park at night begins to set in. And when you get a beautiful sky, well....


The light can hit the Tree is a spectacular way. Harambe, Anandapur and Serka Zong can get dark and exotic.



And Dinoland - especially DinoRama can get beautiful. For all its detractors, its hard to argue that Chester and Hester's is a little bit better at night, even twilight.



As the winter comes in and daylight shrinks, the Animal Kingdom tends to close around 5 or 6 o'clock. Hang out until the end, and check out some of these great backdrops.



In the coming weeks and months, I will throw out some more twilight photos of the Animal Kingdom on our photo safari blog. Until then, Namaste

Safari Mike (@jamboeveryone)

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Episode 38 of Radio Harambe - The Sunrise Safari

Thank you once again fro tuning into Radio Harambe! On this episode, Dave and Safari Mike discuss the news from Disney's Animal Kingdom and Walt Disney World, including Rivers of Light construction, a makeover for the Tree of Life and good news for food allergy sufferers.


The guys also have a collect, and slightly elongated, rant-fest over the impending Maelstrom closure. It required a little creative editing and we apologize in advance to anyone who actually likes Frozen being shoehorned into the Norway pavilion,

Another baby at Pangani

Recently, we have told you about the babies being seen at the Pangani Forest trail. Well, apparently, the stork is still stopping by. In addition to the well publicized gorilla baby born a little over a month ago, we also spotted some baby meerkats. Now, we are hearing another baby gorilla has been born within the last couple of weeks.


It is unknown to us whether the baby is a boy or girl at this point. Also, it is not always "on stage" especially with some recent inclement weather. However, periodically, you can see the newborn along with the other baby in the family troop, which is the first set of gorillas along the trail.


This is, of course, exciting. Babies always bring crowds to see it, especially when the infant is of a high profile species like the gorilla. Also, these apes are highly endangered, so every new one helps ensure the survival of this magnificent animals.

By Safari Mike (@jamboeveryone)

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Animal Kingdom Celebrates Elephants and Rhinos on September 23

This coming Tuesday, Disney's Animal Kingdom will have another of it's animal-specific days as they celebrate Elephants and Rhinos on September 23. Like all of these events, most of the activities will take place in Conservation Station.


According to the Disney Parks Blog,  "Education cast members will staff hands-on activities, the work of the Animal Nutrition Center will be highlighted and Animal Keepers from the Elephant, Savannahs, and Ituri Forest teams will be present to share information and answer questions related to the animal-care profession. Guests will also have the opportunity to speak with representatives from various conservation organizations including the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund to learn more about opportunities to get involved."


I don't think I need to lecture anyone on the dangers and suffering these animals face every single day at the hands of poachers, but it always merits a mention. These gorgeous and popular creatures are killed in often the most brutal and horrifying ways.


We need to help, and the best way to do that is to help the people fighting on the ground to save them. There are many great organizations including our Conservation Partner, Save the Rhino.

by Dave McBride (@RadioHarambe)

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Disney's Animal Kingdom News Round-Up for September 17, 2014: Fires and Funding

Boma Guests Evacuated Due to Small Fire: Guests dining at the popular buffet Boma in the Animal Kingdom Lodge were forced to evacuate Monday night due to a small fire in a storage room. From what we understand, diners were able to return about an hour later and no injuries were reported. Thankfully Safari Mike was not there at the time, saving him the need to stuff as much pork shoulder and durban chicken as he can fit into his pockets on the way out.


DWCF Announces This Year’s Grant Recipients: Every year the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund grants funding to dozens of conservation groups all over the world from the money the raise through various guest purchases. This year, Disney  awarded 141 grants to conservation groups including a couple of our Conservation Partners. Save the Rhino, Cheetah Conservation Fund and Grevy’s Zebra Trust all received some Disney dollars!

Park Hours for this week are...

Wednesday:  September 17 9am - 5pm
Thursday: September 18  9am - 5pm
Friday: September 19  9am - 6pm (Extra Magic Hour 8 - 9am)
Saturday: September 20 9am - 6pm
Sunday: September 21 9am - 7pm
Monday: September 22 9am - 6pm (Extra Magic Hour 8 - 9am)
Tuesday: September 23 9am - 7pm

Check Out Kenny the Pirate for this week’s Entertainment Schedule!

Attraction Closures:

  • Pangani Forest Exploration Trail: aviary, Research Center and underwater hippo viewing closed until mid-November
  • Mickey's Jammin' Jungle Parade - closed permanently
  • It’s Tough To Be A Bug - Closed until September 28
  • Wild By Design - discontinued as of September 26
  • Sunrise Safari - discontinued as of December 28


Have A Wild Time this week!!

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

World News Op-Ed: The Fury of Maelstrom

Let me begin by saying I am not against a refurbishment of Maelstrom. I'm not even against a redo of the ride, though I do love it. It is old, and needs help, especially the final oil rig scene and that really old movie. But what appalls me is the choice of making the attraction a Frozen based ride.


World Showcase is supposed to be a permanent world's fair. That's the idea behind the area. Each pavilion ascetically gives the guest a little flavor of the culture, art, cuisine. and architecture of the host nation. But now instead of a taste of Norwegian culture and mythology, we get Arendelle - a made up place. Are we next going to get a pavilion dedicated to Tatooine or how about Wonderland? Some people point to the fact that Arendelle is based on the country of Norway. Would those same people be OK with the United Kingdom pavilion being turned into the Shire? After all, Tolkien based the setting on the English countryside, and the author was actually from England.

#SaveMaelstrom

This is another example of Disney taking the cheap, easy way out. Instead of investing in a major, mini-land for their creations, they will simply retool an existing ride. You can bet it will be a water ride, likely riding viking boats. The smart thing for the future of the resort would have been to build the castle from the movie with shops, eating choices and a dark ride- perhaps even a sing along show. Make it a truly immersive place. This could have been accomplished in several places- there is still room at the Magic Kingdom, either on the other side of the railroad tracks or in replacing the outdated speedway. Or, better yet, pave over Lights Motors Action and build it there at the desperately-in-need-of-something-for-kids Hollywood Studios. Either choice would have been met with thunderous applause instead of bitterness from long time fans.


And either choice would be the smart investment. Yes, I know Frozen is super popular now, but in a few years I don't know. By shoehorning it in a place it doesn't belong, Disney runs the risk of making the ride irrelevant in the future. I point to the Seas with Nemo & Friends. Finding Nemo is the 6th biggest Disney movie of all time, Frozen is 5th but adjusted for inflation, Nemo blows it out of the water (pun intended). Disney decided to place the characters into the Living Seas, in Future World, where present day characters don't really fit the theme. Disney expecting huge crowds for Nemo and Dory, built a massive queue, that now lies essentially empty- a colossal waste of space. No one is ever on line. There are other examples of putting characters in places they don't belong like Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor and Stitch's Great Escape in Tomorrowland, neither fits thematically and neither does as well as hoped.

what...what..what...happened??

I also know that Epcot needs more things to do. As it stands, there are two headliners, Test Track and Soarin'. Disney needs to add a major attraction or two, to keep the pressure off of those two rides which get very long lines as we know. But this is not the answer. Build something new - add don't just change. Instead they are taking whats arguably already the third most popular ride and reworking it. That's not what's needed. I arm sure when this is all done Disney execs will say "hey we just added another new attraction to Epcot." But they didn't, all they have done is edit - Maelstrom will be Frozenstrom, Test Track is Test Track 2.0. Nothing really new to take the pressure off the Big 2.

The EPCOT Center we once knew is slowly slipping away from us. And its not because there are characters or even princesses there. I have never disparaged Disney for doing that.  Go right ahead and put Anna and Elsa in the Norway pavilion for a meet and greet, or even as hosts of Royal Akershus- which makes more sense than Belle anyway. Meeting characters like Mary Poppins in the UK or Belle in France adds to the pavilions I think. I like the Phineas & Ferb game. Heck, I even love Duffy. As slight touches to the countries, I am fine with that. But to completely remove Norway from the Norway pavilion is a bad omen for things to come and hand in hand with some of the downgrades we have seen in Future World. Until now, World Showcase has survived relatively unscathed - it has stuck generally to its original vision. Until now.


What can we do? Probably nothing, Disney has decided to do the short sighted thing. But you can voice your displeasure by writing Walt Disney World Guest Relations - P.O. Box 10000 Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 or by calling 407-827-5589 and talk to Guest Experiences and politely tell them how you feel.

by Safari Mike (@JamboEveryone)

Monday, September 15, 2014

A Photo for Today: A Boat to Scott's Colorful World

Scott Campbell has sent us in another of his beautifully colorful images from Disney's Animal Kingdom. You may recognize this ornate vessel from the waterway just below you as you cross the ridge into Anandapur.


Did you know Scott now has a podcast? It is called Dixie Landings Radio and you find it by clicking here. It may not be about the Animal Kingdom, but we forgive him.

Photo by Scott Campbell (@scottacampbell)

Winged Encounters: 'Edutainment' at it's Best

This past month we at Jambo Everyone got out first glimpse of Winged Encounters. This little show debuted a few months ago and its still trying to figure out its place I think. First of all, its not on the entertainment schedule. I don't know if this is by design or not, because part of the fun is being surprised at all of a sudden seeing a flock of macaws flying over your head squawking.

The sounds of macaws overhead signals the start of Winged Encounters

At the time we were there, the show typically was performed at 10:30, 11:30, 1:30 and 2:30. If you are anywhere near Flame Tree BBQ, you will hear the macaws coming as they land on a perch en mass. At that point, several trainers are there to feed the birds although one has a mic and gives a brief talk about the macaws and their plight - specifically how they are endangered and what the pet trade has done to the species. They also ask that any use of the show on social media gets the hash tag "disneywingsforwildlife" so check that out to see lots of pics. To be honest, we will be putting several videos of it on our youtube channel, as well.

some of the cast like to make a stop or two before the show starts

As a said before, this is a flock. There are probably 20 or so birds of several different species of macaw - blue and gold, scarlet, green winged, military, blue-throated, and hyacinth. Each type is more impressive than the next. The expert will point out each type to you during the course of her talk. In fact, they tend to point specific birds, like Beta the hyacinth, which are the largest kind of macaw.

Blue-Throated Macaw

The most impressive parts of the show are probably arrival and departure. It is a wonder to be wandering the park and all of sudden over your head comes the flock. It truly makes you feel as if you have transported somewhere else. You don't necessarily have to be near Flame Tree to see them. At one point, we were crossing the bridge from Asia to Discovery Island and caught sight of the macaws. Apparently, they begin their flight not from from Harambe and make an almost half lap around Discovery Island.

a nice award for a great show!

Departure is also terrific though a lot easier to see. If you are at the show, the trainers will tell you exactly where to stand to get the best pictures. I got lucky one morning rounding the bend to head to Dinoland USA when I was confronted with flock heading right at me. And remember the birds have their own minds. One day they had a heck of time getting two birds back where they belonged. Trainers were walking all around Flame Tree BBQ trying to get the macaws to head back home.

an endangered Red-fronted Macaw

In the end, this is a fantastic addition to the park. Its not a major event, as it is only about 5 minutes in duration. However, it is impressive in its own right. As with so many great things as this park, it comes with an important message - edutainment at its best.

by Safari Mike (@JamboEveryone)

Sunday, September 14, 2014

New Videos on Our Youtube Channel

Maybe you didn't know we have a Youtube channel. Well, we have a couple of new videos posted by Safari Mike this weekend. The first is from the "grand finale" of the new and terrific Winged Encounters show on Discovery Island.



Our second video is from the new e-ticket at Disney's Animal Kingdom, an incredibly cute baby gorilla at Pangani Forest Exploration Trail.


Take a look and enjoy the channel, Mike promises new videos in the future from Disney's Animal Kingdom. Don't forget, you can subscribe to the channel and follow all of our new videos.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

A Possible Unintended Benefit of My Magic Whatever

I have done so much complaining about MyMagic+, or more specifically the My Disney Experience app, that it seems a few people feel I have some sort of vendetta against it. Nothing could be further from the truth. But when someone spends the kind of money guests at Walt Disney World now spend, we can at least expect the Mouse to deliver on its promises.


In the fall of 2013 I visited WDW and took part in the MyMagic+ test run, only to find it to be unreliable and frustrating. It was so bad that I begged out of the test and went back to room keys and paper FastPasses. The Magic Bands were hit and miss, FastPass+ was spotty at best, and the My Disney Experience app was an unmitigated disaster. But we were still in the “testing” phase, so despite my frustrations I still felt it was understandable to some degree. However, almost a year later, it is just as much a burden than a benefit as it has ever been.

The biggest culprit is the My Disney Experience app, which is just plain infuriating. Let me paint a picture for you. It’s late, and you and your party are back at the hotel. After a little chat over a late night drink at the resort bar, you decide you want to make a small tweak to your plans for the next day, perhaps just a simple change in time for one of your FastPass+ reservations to better fit in with everyone’s dining plans. You take out your iPhone and open the app only to sit and stare at it for ten minutes as it “loads”. In fact, the loading never ends and everyone in your party all take out their phones to try and make the same change. Occasionally, one of you will actually “get in” and be able to make the switch. But more often, all of you will either be stuck “loading” or get a message asking you to try again later. And there is simply nothing more frustrating then seeing the change you want is actually available but you can’t complete it because the app freezes again.


So now your only choices are to either trek down to the concierge, which we know can be a heck of a walk, or even a drive, in some Disney Resorts, or you can wait and hope to make the change the next day at the park kiosks. Let me give you this tip I learned from experience: No matter how tired you and your feet are after a long day of walking through the parks, and no matter how frustrated you get with the app, don’t wait until the morning. By the time you get to a kiosk the next day you will have lost many of the options you may have had available the night before.

I will, however, admit a few positive changes have been made over the last year. The FastPass+ kiosks do help somewhat when you are in the park and the app fails. Last year we didn’t have those and simply lost our reservations. But who wants to spend time at a kiosk, where the system can just as easily fail on the cast members there as well? It also seems they have worked out most of the kinks with the Magic Bands. This year I can only think of one band that failed, when last year it was a regular occurrence. I imagine the old cards would fail at a similar rate.

It has also, in a strange way, made me rethink my future touring and expenditures. With the inability to use FastPass+ in multiple parks on the same day, I am now starting to reexamine the idea of paying for Park Hopping on my tickets, something I always did without even considering the alternative. But now, touring my “second park” of the day seems almost a waste of time. I can’t do any e-tickets, so I am forced to do the less popular attractions, so why change parks and spend the extra $60 plus per ticket? Drop that from the ticket, and a family of four can save over $240, and that’s a plane ticket in most cases! I can just fully experiencing that one park and either leave early for dinner at the resort or, in the case of Epcot or the Magic Kingdom, come back later at night for the less popular attractions and fireworks. I’m sure Disney wasn’t thinking of this as a consequence!  This might be a great way to save a ton of money. So maybe I like My Magic Whatever now…

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Kill Refurb Marry: Transportation Style!

It's time for another round of the incredibly awesome, always entertaining, wildly popular Kill Refurb Marry from my pals, Mouse on the Mind and This Happy Place Blog. This time around we examine Disney transportation. So, what way to get around Disney would I marry, refurb or kill dead.

I still like the monorail at Epcot


Kill: The Monorail. Yeah, you heard me. This is really a comment on the whole Disney TTC process. I am so over it. Its time to fill in the lagoon - its time to pave paradise and put in a parking lot. Frankly, with all the alternate monorail schedules and breakdowns, its just not a reliable way to get people from here to there. I mean the damn thing broke from a lightning bolt - IN FLORIDA. There will be more of those coming soon, believe me. I know, I know the monorail is an icon- I love the trip to Epcot and I guess we can keep the resort loop. I mean those people at the Poly are willing to spend $650/night to sleep in a construction zone, I suppose a broken monorail won't bother them much.



Refurb: The Wildlife Express: This is not so much about the mode (I love Disney trains) but the scenery. I would love to see the train expanded with stops at Harambe, Kidani and Jambo House - that would blow the resort loop out of the water, but for now its a fun way (and the only way) to get to one corner of the park. As it is, the way out to Rafiki's Planet Watch is great with a little look behind the scenes at animal enclosures. But the way back to Harambe is a real snooze fest. They need to spruce that up a bit. There is plenty of space - throw an animal exhibit there - perhaps a large group of endangered Mongolian Wild Horses, something to look at so the trip back is just as fun as the trip there.

The peaceful Wilderness Lodge


Marry: The Wilderness Lodge boat to the Magic Kingdom. I seriously love this trip. Its such a quiet peaceful journey. At night, after a day at MK, it really sets the mood for the Wilderness Lodge. Nothing beats a little boat ride home after being on your feet all day. 

By Safari Mike (@jamboeveryone)

Disney's Animal Kingdom News Round-Up for September 10, 2014: Paint and Seats

Tree of Life Getting a Makeover: According to the website Orlando Theme Park News, the Tree of Life is getting something of a facelift before It’s Tough to be a Bug reopens at the end of the month. A new coat of paint and a thorough cleaning is always a good idea for such photogenic structure. After all, the most beautiful park icon in the world needs to look as neat and pretty as possible!


Construction Begins on Rivers of Light “Seating Areas”:  Over the last few weeks, since construction walls began going up along the banks of the water between Dinoland and Asia, people have been speculating over what kind of viewing area will be created for the Rivers of Light show. Most of us have assumed this would be a standing room only area, but we are now hearing that a “seating area” of some kind will also be included in these plans. (On a side note, these new walls are not just your normal drab painted eyesores. More on that soon.)

Park Hours for this week are...

Wednesday:  September 10 9am - 5pm
Thursday: September 11  9am - 5pm
Friday: September 12  9am - 6pm (Extra Magic Hour 8 - 9am)
Saturday: September 13 9am - 6pm
Sunday: September 14 9am - 7pm
Monday: September 15 9am - 6pm (Extra Magic Hour 8 - 9am)
Tuesday: September 16 9am - 5pm

Check Out Kenny the Pirate for this week’s Entertainment Schedule!

Attraction Closures:
Mickey's Jammin' Jungle Parade - closed permanently
It’s Tough To Be A Bug - Closed until September 28
Wild By Design - discontinued as of September 26
Sunrise Safari - discontinued as of December 28

Have A Wild Time this week!!

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

A Photo For Today: Prayer Flags for the Journey

It probably goes without saying that Expedition Everest is, in my humble opinion, the single most beautiful roller coaster we've ever seen. The detail and color in just this photo alone should be a convincer!


by Dave McBride (@RadioHarambe)