OFFICIAL BLG VISIT ANNOUNCEMENT: Dreams Do Come True! BLG (Maggie from Perth, Australia) will be HERE, in Orange County from Nov. 15-24. So let's plan a MouseWait Family welcome like no other: BLG Night Out on Fri. 11/19 6:30 meet at the Cove. Then BLG Meetup Sun. 11/21 meet at Coke Corner 12:00noon for a day of frolicking with BLG (times & places subject to change). PLEASE help in any way yo More...
That's such great news! How I'd lobe to meet her in person. I'll have to try to get out there that weekend. Or at least send some magic if i cant. - UppityEmpress
783.8 #2 7:33AM
Sweet! That's during my Bday, and we'll be there too!!! Count us in!!! - WickedWench
576.2 #190 7:35AM
How long will everyone be at coke corner? I have to checkout of our room first and grab some lunch with my friend. - veronica619
517.1 #225 8:57AM
As is typical of celebrities of her status, BLG will be a couple of minutes late to the meetup. - VillainsFan
1213.1 #67 10:55AM
#FACT: You ever wondered why the speed limit is such an odd number like 14 MPH? There's been a lot of weird rumors on why it is 14 but the truth is because if we had the speed limit at 15, we couldn't use our own security, we would have to have deputized security and police
Interesting, thanks for the fact! - LBChica
1499.9 #51 4:31PM
I don't drive at 14 anyway. - BCC
4640.5 #5 4:32PM
I always wondered why it was that number! Thanks for the info! - DesperateMousewife
873.8 #102 6:27AM
thanks for the fact! i always thought 14 was walts favorite number or something... (: - cancelaccount
43.9 #3880 6:31AM
This tree is located two miles from Disneyland on west st....Do you know it's importance in Disneyland History?
Walt saw this tree in the area and called up his imagineers and said this is the tree I want the swiss family Robinson treehouse to be modeled after....so they all went down and sketched the tree....if I look at the original attraction poster and the tree house itself it looks spot on....the tree is about 150 years old and is an Australian fig tree and was believed to been planted there by early German settlers....if u go and stand next to the tree it's a giant and the roots are massive and have a banyan tree style look to it....I took this pic today - Dave
8632.1 #2 2:58PM
This tree always freake me out when I was a kid. The roots are so tall!!! - Prettynpink1023 276.2 #760 5:38PM
Wow!! No clue! I can't wait to find out! - CAdreamer
94.8 #3090 2:44PM
Here's some of the Special Halloween Treats: Chocolate Mickey Halloween Cookie, Cream topped Pumpkin Muffins, Pumpkin Spiced Latte, Caramel Apple Cider, Sliced Pumpkin Pie, and Pumpkin Cheesecake. At the French Market: Jack Skellington Coffin Dessert and Jack Skellington in the Box Cheesecake. Cafe Orleans and Blue Bayou: Halloween Time Demitasse-Hazelnut Tiramisu topped with Pumpkin Mousse and More...
I think I got a sugar rush just reading that. - BillE
340.7 #426 11:42AM
Oooo I want to get a pumpkin cheesecake!!!! - Heather
259.6 #912 11:43AM
##Disneyland Fun Facts #2 - Big Thunder Mountain Railroad opened, September 2, 1979 and was designed by Imagineer Tony Baxter and ride design engineer Bill Watkins. The concept came from Baxter's work on fellow Imagineer Marc Davis's concept for the Western River Expedition. The rock work designs are based on the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah.
I love the factual info for rides!!! Here is some more info: BTMRR holds 45 people per car - The ride is 3:18 minutes - Length 2671 ft - Total height 104 ft - and the Maximum speed is 35 mph - RoyannaF
376.6 #362 10:36AM
##Disneyland Fun Fact - Big Thunder Mountain actually has a storyline to it. The mountain received it's name from an old Indian tale warning that if anyone was to deface this sacred mountain, a huge disaster would occur. The beginning of the ride is to show the natural beauty of the mountain and it's caverns. Yet it becomes pretty obvious that miners have now taken over the once peaceful mountain. More...
I didn't know that! Great info Royanna!! - MinnieJ
281.8 #719 8:49AM
Aren't the caverns in BTMRR from Rainbow Caverns in Nature's Wonderland? - BaseballMickey_CM
2806.5 #16 8:50AM
Any recommendations for breakfast in DLR? I will probaby be at the parking lot by 7:30 AM. Is there anything open at that time? Denny's didn't cut it for me last time 
The La Brea Bakery by the trams was good...or if you want to spend $$$ and have a nice breakfast than do the Storytellers Cafe breakfast. - RoyannaF
376.6 #362 12:17PM
Carnation Cafe is good but not sure what time they start serving! - Dreamseeker
526.9 #217 12:18PM
Storyteller's has a buffet and I have never eaten anything disappointing there. Goofy's Kitchen has all the basics - eggs, bacon, waffles, pancakes, etc with a couple nice touches like smoked salmon. It wasn't bad but I'd recommend Storyteller's for that kind of money. And this may sound weird but if you can wait until DCA opens, its awesome to walk over to the wharf and get a bread bowl of chowder. - BlueberryCrusader
650.5 #162 12:32PM
This day in Disney history Sep 14th 1964 - At the White House, U.S. President Johnson presents Walt Disney with the Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civil honor. Recipients of the medal are those who have made outstanding contributions to the security or national interest of the United States or to world peace, or those who have made a significant public or private accomplishment.
Hi guys! Quick question the placks on the ground in front of Disneyland with the family names on thm how much were those n can u still get one?
I think you can check at City Hall for information. I read this someplace. - Diznimom
211.8 #1452 3:25PM
Last time we new it is about $150 for 10 years. - Goldberg
408.1 #318 3:26PM
@Gdbg, what happens after 10 years? - Wingapo
11.1 #6422 3:41PM
From Mouse Planet blog
"contact the Magical Memories office at
(800) 760-3566 or email email@example.com. Cast Members are
available to assist you Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm, and Saturday from
8am-4pm Pacific Standard Time. - CantWait
1033.2 #84 3:43PM