- Jan 2, 2014
I guess I now know I will never be able to do this one with the kids Your pictures turned out very cute.I had seen posts on social media of this right before we went and I was so happy to do it so easily! You have to stand very still in place while they do it (which isn't easy for me) and on the last day of our trip we did it again and there was a family in front of us who weren't able to complete it because their children were moving too much for the camera to capture them (or so we learned from the CM!)
I relate to this so hard expect at Disney, I am real chatty Cathy at Disney.About this time, a couple probably in their 60s came up asking the CM when the train departed next. When she started going through the refurb spiel, the man spazzed out about how things are always closed when he comes to Disney! Mike will find any excuse to talk to people so he tried to tell the man about the Tron construction and how cool the ride looks but he was fixated on regaling the CM with his woes of ride refurbs so thankfully,we moved on (I try to avoid talking to people as much as possible).
Very cool, thanks for sharingA little (very shaky) video I took of what the machines do. I know you were all on the edge of your seats!
I LOVE this idea, I may steal itWe brought one of the AP cutting boards we got from Food and Wine last year to get autographed (they're too small to really be functional).