Our family of yesterday apparently finished off the area called "fantasyland", then headed back to the Cinderella Castle for a midday meal sometimes referred to as "lunch". They met the owner of this castle...a tall blonde with little rodent friends. Strangely enough, our family is not put off by this. Dressing rodents in tiny clothing must distract from the fact that these little vermin caused the black plague.
The food was very good from what information we have collected. The two ladies in the group dined on something called a Pork Tenderloin, and the two gentlemen had A Major Domo's pie. Whatever that was.
The meal was topped off by "dessert", a favorite of the blonde female in the party. Something called "chocolate buckle" was devoured and enjoyed VERY much!
We have it on good authority that this was the favorite dessert of the whole trip.
Even the little member of the group was given an "ice cream sundae" adorned with a chocolate crown. We still have not figured out the significance of the crown....obviously it was too small to wear, and in any case, would have melted after a short period of time...causing the hair to become sticky. Humans....try to figure them out.
The owner of the castle must have been very popular. She must have moved in very high social circles. That day, a few of her Princess friends were also visiting the castle, and since humans are social creatures, introduced themselves to the family and even posed for pictures!
Sadly, we still have not been able to figure out where these princesses were from and why they were forced to dress the way they were.
To top off the affair, the little girl was given a stick with a star at the end, and a little silver star. Some kind of ceremony was held where "wishes" were made, and the whole family left...full and happy.
Next, our family visited other areas of the Kingdom. Someplace called FrontierLand. Where a house full of Spirits is said to have been located. Again, this did not frightened our family. Apparently, if ghosts are singing, they are no longer scary. One of the males in the group was obviously a great hunter. We have found bones of an animal called a turkey, that must have been a great favorite of this being.
There was something in that area that excited the blonde VERY much. Some kind of pirate....
Another thing we haven't figured out yet. But, the blonde was very excited and took many pictures. She didn't even seem to mind when the pirate and his cohert kidnapped her offspring and made her wave a sheet of paper.
This pirate was seen, again, on a ride in the same area.
Maybe that's why the blonde was so excited. It might have had something to do with the animatronic coming to life and walking out of the building.
Another area was quickly visited. A place called "TomorrowLand". The little one was very excited to ride something called a "people mover". It was a rather slow moving ride, and the bigger humans must have been very happy to get off their feet.
Later, in the trip, a conductor on a train would question the blonde on how the child knew this ride was referred to as a People Mover. He was very impressed that such a small person knew the "inside name".
The hunter indulged in another delicacy of the time....something called a Dole Whip. These must have been rather good, since he devoured many on the trip.
The family would then return to the front of the castle to watch explosions in the sky.
Home base would be the next stop, where they would lay...unconscious for a few hours before awakening and starting another day in another area of the resort.
The next day our family heads to a place called...the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. Or, Epcot as we will be referring to it today. The family visits a land called Norway, where they again dine with Princesses from many foreign lands. The little one seems most excited about this.
We have heard that pets were not allowed in the parks, but, this family smuggled a small bird into the park and proceeded to take pictures with it. We have discovered the bird's name was "SuperJay".
It was shortly after this picture was taken that SuperJay took off, and the family spent the rest of the trip trying to catch him. He must have been a very quick bird.
There's always time to stop and sniff the flowers though. Ha ha.
Chasing SuperJay took the family through many countries in the time span of just one afternoon. (we said he was a fast bird)
The family spent quite a bit of time in France. It seems this place was renowned for it's food. Especially it's sweets. The blonde was all too happy to try a few out.
They were even able to lure SuperJay to the table to try one.
He enjoyed Creme Brulee.
The family headed to ride a few things after filling themselves with tons of sugar.
We have even found out that somehow, this place made it possible to actually talk to a sea turtle! And to journey into your own imagination!
The little one was most excited about this. She had some kind of strange obsession with a tiny, purple dragon.
Our family finishes off the night with more explosions over a huge body of water. They, again, are not scared by these explosions....rather, they enjoy them and are full of smiles. The two older humans have never been to Epcot, and the blonde, the hunter and the little one are pleased to be able to share this place with them. They retire, once again, to home base.
The next day, the hunter and the blonde journey to a place called Disney Hollywood Studios. Once again, due to time constraints, we will be calling this...DHS.
Here, we catch a rare glimpse of the blonde. We hear that these photos are very rare, since, she was the main one wielding the photography devices.
Here, the blonde enjoyed her favorite ride....three times. She quickly learned that it is not a good thing to ride a fast paced roller coaster, three times in less than 30 mins. Humans learn lessons rather slowly, we have found.
The hunter headed off to ride a favorite of his, while his wife remained behind, once again, snapping pictures.
The hunter and the blonde meet up with the older couple and the little one, and ave lunch in a strange restaurant where humans were made to dine in cars. Somehow, the humans did not take offense to this. Again, our odd family, enjoyed it. Although, we have heard the little one was not a good driver.
It was shortly after this, that our family catches sight of SuperJay once again.
The older couple....grandparents, we have heard them referred to....enjoyed this park very much. They were most impressed by the scenery.
The family then gets excited about meeting celebrities of some sort. A giant, furry creature and a small, round thing. We have found these to be called "monsters"....and while they were mostly thought of as feared creatures, our family is again, unafraid. This family must have been an oddity in their community for their unusual bravery.
The family then enjoys a few shows. Something called Beauty and the Beast. A show, where, a princess is kidnapped by an overgrown hairball. And a show where a hero with a hat obsession beats up random people.
Our family then spots SuperJay....
A "cast member" or, employee of the park, then asked the hunter to keep a closer watch on the bird. "It's not nice to tease the kittys." Our only question is...how did those cats get SO big? Our only answer is they must have used the same device (in reverse) used to shrink the family and allow them to run in something called a "playground"...
Everyday human accessories were 50 times bigger than average size here. We have figured out that before the humans were allowed to enter this "play" area, they were taken into a room and shrunk down, allowing them to fit nicely in this area and also in something called...overhead compartments on airlines.
We now follow our family to a ride newer than any other in the park. Something filled with toys, and games usually found at an event called a fair. The family was forced to wear bright yellow glasses. And we can find no reason for these glasses other than amusement for the Cm's at the family's expense.
They must have enjoyed the ride, because they all left in smiles and giggles.
They ended their third day with another display of explosions. This one included something called bleachers which the family was very grateful for. A giant mouse with a blue hat headed off this show. This time, the family did scream. Apparently though, it was nothing more than screams of joy. We have not been able to figure out the attraction for a giant mouse clad in red lederhosen.
Our fourth day following this family of yesterday takes us back to that Magical Kingdom they all love so much. The grandparents stayed at home base, eager to meet the rest of our family for lunch later in the day. The three set out for the first ride of the day, picked by the littlest member of the group. She decides the first ride must be in a large log nestled in a giant briar patch.
The child is so pleased with the ride, the family boards two more times for the journey down a fifty foot plunge. For some reason, being thrown down a waterfall was considered great fun back then.
Upon exiting the ride for the third time, our family notices a large, funnily clothed dog and are somehow motivated to snap pictures of him with the little one.
Despite the dog's overgrown teeth, he seems relatively calm and does not attack the small human.
The child then decides the family must board a small, tame looking train..
We have discovered, that looks can indeed be deceiving. This train was not tame as previously thought, but, rather, was high speed and full of turns. The family enjoyed being jostled about very much, and boarded once more.
After leaving this area, they noticed the two other family members lounging in the shade and they all joined together to ride a gigantic boat.
We would again like to apologize. This boat is NOT the Titanic as claimed in the brochure. Previous researchers thought this, but, recent developements have showed us otherwise. Our new brochures claiming the true name of the boat...The Liberty Belle, are on order...and should arrive any day now. Our apologies once again.
The family seemed to enjoy it anyway.
After leaving the boat, our family heads for lunch at a quaint little Colonial restaurant.
This is a favorite for the male grandparent, as they had a Thanksgiving like meal consisting of turkey, dressing, and green beans. We have found this "Thanksgiving" was a holiday where stuffing oneself with food, was encouraged. Humans obviously had a very intense relationship with food. The male grandparent harbored some weird love for the ugly bird called a turkey, and enjoyed the meal greatly. Our family would return to this feeding place once more before their trip ended.
We follow this strange family of the past, back to the area called "TomorrowLand". Here, they visit one of the hunter's favorite attractions...something called a Carousel of Progress. Our researchers have discovered this to be some kind of exhibit showcasing ancient technology.
They were then drawn into a ride where they were given lasers and forced to shoot at small black and white circles. Something must have went terribly wrong, because the little one was arrested and placed in an Alien prison. We can only discern that whatever she did, must have been a most horrible crime to have her placed with such an evil looking cellmate.
The family must have been very influential people, the child was released back into the parent's control the very same day.
Close by, the blonde finds someone else she is very eager to meet. We know him now as American President; Stitch. Back in those times, he was only known as a blue alien. He slowly gained the people's trust and affection, and won the Presidential election in 2080.
Our family then hops aboard rocket ships. Sadly, that day's technology did not allow personal rocket ships to actually fly into outer spaces. These little rocket ships were tethered to a large building and only enabled the "flyers" to rotate around and around at minimal height.
The humans then gathered around a main square to admire a large statue of a man holding a mouse's hand. While this seems a strange image to today's minds, we have found the history of this man to be incredible. He, evidently, was a great man, filled with marvelous ideas and a remarkable imagination. And is, as you know....the founder of the great land we inhabit today.
The family then headed back to FrontierLand and were very excited to board a train bearing the man's name.
Our family then ended the day by visiting two houses belonging to a male and female mouse. We are again concerned that the mice were large enough for humans to actually walk comfortably through their houses.
We can only be thankful that these rotund rodents no longer exist today.
After visiting these rodent homes, our blonde and her offspring head for the last ride of the day...
It doesn't look promising.
But, they make it off unscathed. Indeed, our family is brave and resilient.
So their fourth day ends with the blonde's favorite past time...shopping. They happily make their way through many buildings filled with amazing things to buy all centered around a mouse. This place was referred to as..."Downtown Disney", and made the family very happy. They dined at another strange restaurant named The Rainforest Cafe.....where they sat among wild animals such as elephants and monkeys. Still, our fearless family did not waver. They ate their meals and returned to home base, eager for the next day's adventures.
Folks, we are taking a small break here. Feel free to disembark and stretch your phalanges. Meal pills are available for those who are hungry. We will board again in 30 quadrules. Thank you.