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    More Mouse: Cars Land Test Drive: Radiator Springs Racers

    Cars Land Test Drive: Radiator Springs Racers by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix

    The signature Cars Land attraction takes you on a race for the Piston Cup

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    Did anyone else see the "Ancient Cave Drawings" inside Taillight Caverns? They depict steam driven cars. Very cool!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassfo View Post
    Did anyone else see the "Ancient Cave Drawings" inside Taillight Caverns? They depict steam driven cars. Very cool!
    OH! My father-in-law would LOVE that! He's an expert on Stanley Steam Cars and restores them for a living (and does antique car upohlstry). I just keep thinking what a kick he will get out of Carsland!
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    I believe I have officially become a Disney nerd.

    Did you get a listing of plants that included Indian Paintbrush or did you see it somewhere specific? Because while I saw many desert or high altitude-appropriate plants, I did not see that one. Either it wasn't in bloom (which would surprise me because it seemed that quite a bit of Disney magic had gone into forcing various plants into bloom) or I just missed it entirely looking at something else. I saw lots of red penstamons and California Fuschia but those don't look anything like Indian Paintbrush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennette View Post
    I believe I have officially become a Disney nerd.

    Did you get a listing of plants that included Indian Paintbrush or did you see it somewhere specific? Because while I saw many desert or high altitude-appropriate plants, I did not see that one. Either it wasn't in bloom (which would surprise me because it seemed that quite a bit of Disney magic had gone into forcing various plants into bloom) or I just missed it entirely looking at something else. I saw lots of red penstamons and California Fuschia but those don't look anything like Indian Paintbrush.
    It was pointed out during our tour - I think I have a photo. Let me dig through all 2045 photos and see if I did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AVP View Post
    It was pointed out during our tour - I think I have a photo. Let me dig through all 2045 photos and see if I did.
    LOL. I will just look next time I am back.

    BUT, future MA quest. Jusy sayin.'
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    "Ancient Cave Drawing"

    Here's a shot of the "Ancient Cave Drawings" I got over my shoulder. Sorry for the poor quality.PICT0262.jpg


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    Thanks for posting the photo! That is awesome! It is the little details like this that the imagineers put into Disney's attractions that make the difference between a 'ride' and a full blown sensory overload 'experience.' This is what makes Disney so much better than other 'theme' parks. I can't wait to go see it myself!


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    Single Rider? Sa-weet...I see multiple rides in my future!

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    Epcot's Test Track has a single rider queue also. I can't tell you how many times I've ridden with maybe just a 10 minute wait. Actually it probably takes me longer to walk the queue than to wait to board a vehicle! Sa-weet is right!

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