Come and join us for another installment of the WDW-Memories podcast, where we relive my Walt Disney World Memories. In this memory, we will continue a day spent in Walt Disney World hopping between the two original Disney World parks, as we head to the other side of the Magic Kingdom and Mikey and I catch a Ride on Space Mountain. Come along with us as we dash, dive, and dart through the darkness on an adventure in outer space.
Hey guys. I hope everyone in the US had a wonderful Thanksgiving break? This is now a busy time for me and my family as we rush to get ready for Christmas, plan trips, do shopping, and attend all those holiday celebrations. It’s nice to slow down and escape for a half hour with you as we relive memories of Walt Disney World. So let’s get to today’s memory.
As you’ll remember from last time, it’s a very warm summer morning in September 2017. My family and I just finished a ride on the Jungle Cruise and were trying to figure out where to go next. At this point, the Touring Plans Lines app suggests we should do Space Mountain, but Susie and Traci don’t really want to ride so this will be one of those times where we will split up. Mikey and I will run to Space Mountain, while the girls go to Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor. This works out great for Mikey also, since Roz actually scares him a bit, and he really didn’t care for this attraction much back then. We’ll join the memory as we split up and Mikey and I head into the tunnel and long walk into Space Mountain. We’ll have a short wait until it’s our turn, and then we’re off. As we get off, Mikey was a little more shaken then I think he remembered so you can hear the nervousness in his voice. However, that won’t deter him from wanting to ride again on a future visit. We will remain with the memory as we ride the now retired moving sidewalk all the way out (Mikey insisted we stand there and not walk). When we get outside, we’ll meet back up with the girls, who have an exciting story to share with us. Then it’s on to our next attraction.
Today’s memory is in binaural once again, so I’d suggest putting those headphones on to fully immerse yourself in the memory.
Now sit back. Relax. Close your eyes. And come with me as we dash, dive, and dart through the darkness on an adventure in outer space.