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Tag Archives: 4th of july
Wishing a safe and enjoyable Independence Day holiday weekend to all of Walt’s fans! Thanks to him, there’s a love of Americana in all of us!
WWII veteran Louis Lessure, 93, a First Lieutenant bombardier from the Army Air Corps and Purple Heart recipient, had another chance to honor the United States when he assisted cast members in lowering the flag during the daily flag retreat … Continue reading
Walt Disney World announced their plans to illuminate the night skies with special pyrotechnic shows for our nation’s independence holiday. It’s a weird week with the 4th of July falling on the Wednesday but that won’t stop Disney from showing … Continue reading
Last night we went to the beach at the Polynesian Resort for a wonderful view of the Magic Kingdom’s fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular. Disney previews it a day early to help alleviate the crowds on the 4th itself. They … Continue reading