I enjoyed a warm sunny Florida afternoon in the Magic Kingdom looking around for Hidden Images. I had a FASTPASS for "The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh," so I hopped onto the ride after a minimal wait. Here's one of the first book pages at the beginning of the ride.
I finally got a decent photo of the tiny red Hidden Mickey in Rabbit's garden! Look at the small white marker with radishes (in the middle pot to the left of the "Letus" sign); one radish is shaped like a classic Mickey.
My next mission was to locate the Hidden Image of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit in the New Fantasyland area. So far, Oswald had eluded me, and the Cast Members I'd asked didn't know about it. But today, a friendly CM took me right to it! I'd been looking in the wrong area. The Oswald image is formed by three embedded pebbles in the middle of the main walkway in New Fantasyland. I'd been searching in vain along the walkway to "Enchanted Tales with Belle." To find the image, stop across from the "Enchanted Tales with Belle" entrance sign (and waiting time sign) and look down in the middle of the main walkway to Be Our Guest Restaurant. Do you think the rocks resemble Oswald? (Thanks to Declan Kelly).
I played a new game in Adventureland: "A Pirate's Adventure - Treasures of the Seven Seas." I was entrusted with a magic talisman (a pentagonal RFID card) and one of five treasure maps. My map was titled: "Heads You Lose," and it directed me to various interactive skulls and coins and locks hidden around Adventureland to find "treasure." I thought the game was fun and well-designed.
I didn't notice a Hidden Mickey in the game, but if you come across any, please let me know! Vickie and I topped off the day with dinner at Disney World. And it wasn't just any dinner, we savored great food with our All Ears friends Deb Wills and Linda Eckwerth!
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