04 April 2010

Disney This Week - 4 April 2010

Disney This Week - 4 April 2010
Ryan P. Wilson

I don’t have a fear of snakes, but plenty of people do, including Indiana Jones. Princess Fee takes us to Disneyland Paris this week on DF’82 and asks the question, “Snakes, why did it have to be snakes?

Sticking with his history of the Swiss Family Treehouse, Kevin Kidney offers up some delightful tales from the Moreton Bay Fig Tree and the film set treehouse built in Tobago Treehouse.

Tim Weston began a hefty chore this week when he began compiling a list of the power outlets in Walt Disney World for the readers of The Daily Mickey.

Concept art has been released for the refurbished Cantina De San Angel, and it is unsurprising that our good friend AJ, of the Disney Food Blog, has the scoop.

Always one to make dreams come true, Lou Mongello and The Dream Team Project, announced this week that they are now sponsors of Make-A-Wish Foundation of America.

Photographer Gene Duncan showcased a marvelous photograph of Morocco’s cabbage patch and Aladdin topiary over at the Disney Parks Blog.

1 comment:

Manuel Diaz said...

Ridley Pearson was in town last Friday to talk about and sign his new book. As always, I go to bookstore to buy the books in advanced and get a numbered ticket for the book signing. When I arrived on the book store and searched the shelf, all the books were gone!!! One of the employees of the store saw me scratching my head and indicated that the books had been moved to the back of the store in preparation for the author to pre-sign them (he was going to dedicate them at night). Well, when they took me to the back of store, Ridley Pearson had just arrived and he was more than happy to sign and dedicate my copies of the book far in advance of signing event. I had a bried talk with him and he strykes me as a fantastic person who cares about his readers. Although my daughter and I planned on attending the book signing event to listen to his talk, we were unable to make it. We've seen him in the past (with Dave Barry) and he is very entertaining. For all those that have the opportunity to attend a book signing, GO! you will not regret it.