makes you wonder how any one ever figured anything out for the first time. its like "ok....so if i put this hear and wait....this happens....what if i put it here?" some one was probably very bored and very curious....or maybe they turned to hear something behind them and then "woosh" it happened....
i tried to do this when we were there this week but couldn't get it to work
From my understanding, you just keep looking at the goat as you go around the turn? Right?
Goat? Hmm, I missed this discussion entirely, but the jazz part of Africa in It's A Small World...isn't that cool?! Today's jazz music has it's roots deep in Africa...so that's most likely why we hear jazz in the Africa section.
(I didn't think anyone would notice that)
I've done the goat trick from any seat and it has always worked. I turn my body as well as my head toward the goat, it's easier on your neck and back that way. It makes my head feel like.... whoa. Fun! Not good if you have just eaten or even if you are very hungry, at least that's been my experience. My kids both L.O.V.E. doing the goat trick, it's one of the highlights of their trip every time we go. I don't think it's the actual effect the goat trick has on them, it's the laughing, giggling, squealing and announcement of the first goat sighting that makes it fun for them.
It doesnt work anywhere else on the train. Only the last car and the last row is the best
It works in other rows too. Also, for an 'extended' goat trick ride,
look backwards for the entire ride, so you cannot see/anticipate the
next movement of the train. It's like having the goat trick for the entire ride. And THAT part really is better in the last row. We often will request
the back row.