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Tag Archives: tribute
Fans of Walt Disney World and the musicians whose talent lends so much to the magic experience of millions of Guests will be sad to hear of the passing of Grayson Dunlap Wells. In addition to composing a piece for … Continue reading
Skipper Brodie, who runs a Jungle Cruise tribute blog, recently celebrated his birthday with this kick ass Jungle Cruise cake created by his parents. You have to love those classic Harper Goff stylings of the original boats. I wonder what … Continue reading
Hahaha. EVE and WALL-E five years later…. WALL-E still hasn’t kicked his hoarder habit.
TSMM – Joe Ranft Tribute Originally uploaded by indigoskye I had been through the Disney’s Hollywood Studios version of the Toy Story Midway Mania! Fastpass queue at least a dozen times before I noticed this wonderful detail. Just before you … Continue reading
Perhaps Big Brown just couldn’t bear to run without one of the sports biggest fans watching, Jim McKay, legendary sports casting legend, has died at 86. His list of accomplishments is too long to place here, but he won numerous … Continue reading