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I just love the view of Thunder Mountain at night. The colors are so vivid! It’s also my favorite to ride to go on once the sun goes down. What’s your favorite mountain to ride at night?


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Did you know that the original Mr. Potato Head toy did not come with a potato “body”? The kit contained hands, feet, ears, two mouths, two pairs of eyes, four noses, three hats, eyeglasses, a pipe, and eight felt pieces resembling facial hair. Parents had to provide the potato itself, and kids would stick the plastic pieces into it. In the 1960s, government regulations required that the body parts be less sharp, because children kept hurting themselves with the pointed ends. Then, the company had to introduce the plastic body in 1964. On a sort-of-related note, is everyone having the best time at Pixar Fest?!!


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Me when my alarm goes off on Monday morning.
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I would consider myself a morning person, but it’s still tough to hop out of bed after a fun weekend! The only exception is when I’m at Disney. Those first few hours after the park opens are the best time to be in the parks. We can hit all of our favorites without hustling through crowds!


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Me waving goodbye to this weekend. I've got some big, exciting things coming up in the next few days that I am stoked to share with all of you!!! Stay tuned!!!! 💕💕💕💕


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Have you ever stopped to take a look at these guys outside of the Tiki Room? Tiki carvings, typically made out of stone or wood to look like a human face with an exaggerated mouth, originate in Africa and Oceania. These pieces can be everything from expressive art to sacred symbols of ancestors or gods, and also cheap statues for tourists to buy. Tikis appeared in Europe and the United States as a result of nineteenth-century colonialism. Soldiers, adventurers, and state figures brought Tikis back and used them as evidence for why Western nations were “superior” to “backwards” societies. Read more about Tikis and Disney at www.linetimetraveler.com/tikibars


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I’ve always been a big snacker. Chips and salsa. Sour cream and cheddar cheese Ruffles. Pretzels. I would LOVE to get my hands on a Bag ‘O’ Calories. Sounds right up my alley.


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#throwbackthursday is my favorite day. You know this already! Here's me and my older sister, Jennifer, at Disneyland in 1995. She's just as goofy as...well...Goofy! Also this year in history: 🦄 Pocahontas came out.
🦄 Jessica was one of the top ten baby names.
🦄 Christopher Reeve experienced the tragic accident that left him paralyzed.

Tag me in your throwbacks to be featured!


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Shoutout to my lil’ sister, Lauren, for always being my go-to ride buddy, snack buddy, and confidante. She’s graduating from college soon, and she’ll be moving on to bigger and better things--a career, relocating to California, and all of that sort of stuff. She’s a brave and beautiful person.


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A little pop of color for your feed! I love these peppy, sparkly ears. If you could only own one pair of ears, which pair would you choose? [Impossible to pick, I know, but humor me]


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When you walk into Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar at the Disneyland Hotel, you are immediately transported to another world. The hustle and bustle of the park fades away, and all of a sudden, you feel like you are on a tropical island. Rainfall taps on the windows. Countless ocean-themed objects—bamboo, starfish, sea turtles, spears, shrunken heads, masks, and anchors—hover above you. Tiki carvings and hula girls in grass skirts peer at you from the walls. Delicious appetizers and vacation-in-a-glass cocktails, like the Zombie and Mai Tai, are just the ticket after a long day on your feet. Trader Sam’s (and the Enchanted Tiki Room) are part of a long tradition of Tiki culture in the United States. Read more about Tiki bars and Disney at www.linetimetravelercom/tikibars
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Bandanas have been around for hundreds of years. The word has origins in the Sanskrit word for “to tie,” which referred to a way to tie-dye cloth. The word evolved to refer to cotton handkerchiefs by the eighteenth century. Bandanas were typically red in color, as a result of dyes made from fish oil, sheep’s dung, madder root, and “intestinal liquor” (whatever that is). The iconic pattern originated in Persia and referenced a spray of flowers or a bent cedar tree. The pattern came to be known as “paisley” because of a Scottish town, Paisley, which produced a lot of that fabric after the Dutch East India Company imported it from Persia. Who can tell me where I snapped this shot?!!!


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DCA’s Red Car Trolley opened on 2012 as part of the park’s reboot. Fun fact----the trolley cars don’t pull their power from the wires above. That’s just for show! The first passenger trams appeared in the early nineteenth century. At first, horses pulled the cars down rails set into city streets. Then, in the late 1800s, electricity powered the cars. Frank J. Sprague is responsible for improving the way that trolleys collected electricity from the overhead wires. He invented a spring-loaded trolley pole that used a wheel to travel along the wire. By 1895, almost 900 electric street railways were operating in the United States. Developments in streetcar technology spurred the development of “streetcar suburbs,” or areas outside of the main urban center that people could now commute from. I HAVE NEVER BEEN ON THE RED CAR TROLLEY UGH!


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Happy Thursday, friends! Super excited to share this throwback from @walters_human 💕 This adorable shot is from 1987. That year, the top song was Faith by George Michael, and water beds were at the height of their popularity!


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Outdoor advertisements have been around for a LONG time. They were used in ancient Egypt and in eighteenth-century Europe. The modern billboard that we recognize today comes from the early twentieth century. The growing use of automobiles encouraged companies to publicize their goods and services to drivers. Motels and restaurants bought or leased billboards as a means of directing potential customers to their facilities, and towns and cities (like Radiator Springs) tried to entice travelers to stop and see the local sights!!! 🚗🚦🛣️🚜


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We don’t know much about the inspiration behind the King Arthur story. Most details about his life are a composite of folklore and literary inventions. It could be that Arthur was a genuine Romano-British leader who fought against invading Anglo-Saxons in the fifth and sixrh centuries, but there are so few records from that time period, that it is difficult to say for sure. Historians continue to debate Arthur’s role and significance. All I know is that his carousel at Disneyland is a must-ride for me!


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Fireflies produce light using a chemical reaction called bioluminescence. This reaction involves a light-emitting pigment, the luciferin, and a luciferase, the enzyme component (SCIENCE!). While people originally thought that adult fireflies used the light as a warning signal, now, it is assumed that the light is for mate selection. Fireflies communicate with potential mates using steady glows and flashing (no pun intended). 😜😜😜😜😜 I want to take in all of the details in a Bug’s Land before it’s gone! 🐞🐜🐝🐛🕸️


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I admire all of your beautiful Disney-bounding this month! Y'all seriously worked it. I am more of a t-shirt gal, myself. GIVE ME ALL OF THE DISNEY-INSPIRED T-SHIRTS! What are some of your favorite shops to snag fun and creative t-shirts?!


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Check out this ad for Tabasco sauce from 1900. For a little extra spice, many gumbo recipes call for hot sauce. In the 1860s, Edmund McIlhenny produced the first tabasco sauce from peppers he grew in Avery Island, Louisiana. McIlhenny patented the recipe in 1870 and trademarked “Tabasco” in 1906. Tabasco’s key ingredient is crushed Mexican red tabasco peppers, which are aged with vinegar and salt and then strained and bottled. The recipe’s high vinegar content ensures proper preservation and a longer shelf-life. That was particularly important at the turn of the twentieth century, before McIlhenny had access to quick transportation to stores via railroad or truck. Learn more about gumbo’s history and its connection to Disney at www.linetimetraveler.com/gumbo.


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Thursday is my favorite day because of all of the Disney throwbacks! Check out this picture from 1999 or 2000, courtesy of Jasmine @thefirstsithlady. SO CUTE I AM DYING!!!!! Tag me in your throwbacks to be featured!


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Me when I know I am going to CRUSH my whole family with my Astro Blaster score. I always ride by myself, because I don’t want to share control of the space cruiser with someone else! What’s your strategy for getting that high score?


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I love the cuddly grizzly who greets you in front of Grizzly River Run, especially when he’s dressed in his holiday sweater! Today, the grizzly endures as a symbol of California. You can find the animal on the state flag, in the names of streets and natural landmarks, and in the stone edifice on top of the ride at California Adventure. While you can see this critter all over the place, you cannot actually find one. As white people converted the land in California to orchards and fields, they increasingly viewed bears as “vermin” that threatened the image of California as a sophisticated, safe, and bountiful place. Farmers sowed their property with strychnine to protect their sheep and cattle herds. People who killed grizzlies garnered reputations as heroes and protectors of women, children, and family pets. Read more about the history of California grizzlies and their connection to Disney at www.linetimetraveler.com/californiagrizzlybear.


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The Blue Bayou Restaurant opened at Disneyland’s New Orleans Square in 1966. Today, each entree comes with a side of the Blue Bayou’s signature gumbo, which makes sense considering the rich history of the dish. Did you know that each ingredient in gumbo tells its own fascinating story about the southern Louisiana bayou’s history? Take okra, for example.This plant came to Louisiana with enslaved African people. German emigrants brought expertise about sausage and rice with them to the region. The hot peppers that add that quintessential kick to gumbo hail from Haiti. How many of you have tasted the Blue Bayou’s gumbo? Bigger question. Do you add hot sauce to it? Learn more about gumbo’s history and its connection to Disney at www.linetimetraveler.com/gumbo.


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I am going to miss visiting Rosie the black widow spider at DCA’s A Bug’s Land! At one point in the movie, Rosie makes a joke about her twelve deceased husbands. Male black widow spiders are most at risk of suffering from the bite of a black widow, because females sometimes kill and eat their counterparts after mating. This is the behavior that gave the insect its name. Magazines, films, novels, and newspaper articles have since used the term “black widow” as a nickname for women who allegedly murdered their husbands and boyfriends. In the Marvel universe, the Black Widow Program refers to a Russian team of elite female agents. Maybe that means we are losing one black widow but gaining a new one with Marvel Land?


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Hi there, happy haunts! The history of grave markers goes back thousands of years, to as far back as 3000-4000 BC. The Greeks and Romans used monuments to honor the dead and prevent graves from being disturbed. Upright headstones with details about the deceased most likely originated in European and American churchyard burial grounds. Many slate headstones from the 1600s still have readable inscriptions and can be visited at New England cemeteries. From the late 1700s to about 1930, headstone carvers used mostly marble or limestone for grave markers, but the inscriptions can be difficult to read because of stains on the stone. Granite’s durability made it a popular candidate for grave markers. Which Haunted Mansion gravestone is your favorite?


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“The edge of a colossal jungle, so dark-green as to be almost black, fringed with white surf, ran straight, like a ruled line, far, far, away along blue sea whose glitter was blurred by a creeping mist.” -Joseph Conrad

In 1890, author Joseph Conrad spent six months working for a Belgian shipping company on a steamship heading up the Congo River. Conrad published a story loosely based on his experiences from that time. He called it Heart of Darkness (1899). To this day, many critics consider this book to be one of the great works of English literature. Heart of Darkness represents Africa and its people as a mysterious, primitive, and dangerous backdrop to tell stories about European adventure and romance. Adventureland relies on similar ideas about adventure and romance. I love this part of Disneyland. Only recently have I stopped to ask myself "Why?"


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Serving up some 90s style with today's #throwbackdisney. Leggings, fanny packs, scrunchies.Those were the days!!!!! Who knows what attraction my sister, Lauren, and I were posing in front of? Keep in mind this picture is from 1995!
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Beautiful scenery, gas stations like Flo’s V8, and the carefree experience of the open road probably comes to mind when you think of Route 66. This famous highway has an even more interesting history than that, though. A portion of Route 66 in Missouri overlaps with part of the northern route of the Trail of Tears. In 1838, the federal government forced thousands of Cherokee Indians to relocate from their traditional homelands in the southern Appalachians. An estimated 3-4,000 people died along the way from disease, malnutrition, and exposure. Also, during the segregation era, restaurants, motels, and other businesses along Route 66 banned black people. In 1936, an African American postal worker named Victor H. Green published a book called the “Negro Motorist Green Book,” a guide featuring places to stay, eat and shop that were friendly to African Americans.


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I love all of the whimsical Toon Town details, including these fun laundry tools in Mickey’s house. For a long time, people have used additives to help wash clothes. For example, Italians used a mix of sulfur and water with charcoal, while Egyptians added ashes and silicates to soften water. The first laundry detergents were basically regular soaps, but World War I changed the game. The conflict strained the German economy and limited access to soap, and factories started to manufacture industrial detergents. After World War II, many American factories were converted for civilian use and began to make products like tetra propylene, a key ingredient in home detergents. By the 1950s, detergent had almost completely replaced soaps (but these detergents were not very biodegradable-that quality didn’t emerge until the 2000s). What's your favorite Toon Town detail?!


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#0318
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#TBdisney 😻
高2の夏ぶりディズ!
混みすぎ寒すぎ花粉すごすぎ眠すぎ
の すぎだらけだったけど
鬼タノでした〜🏳️️‍🌈🤤
割とみんなテンションの上げ下げ激しめだけど それが高浜っ子て感じ?( 勝手に代表ぶる )
混みすぎてビッグサンダーとスペースしか乗れなかったけど おいしいもの食べれたしいい思い出じゃん?
進路みんなバラバラで なおとあいは高浜卒業しちゃうけど たまにはプチ同窓会しようね💁
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#tokyodisneyland #高浜B


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• Epcot 1986 • #spaceshipearthsunday


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#0318
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いちごのワッフルもチキンパオも
うまみ〜て感じ😻
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#TBdisney #高浜B #tokyodisneyland #寒すぎて寒すぎる


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“I wasn’t going to eat it, I was just going to taste it.” -Winnie the Pooh

Honey has been around for a long time. The earliest record of keeping bees was found in a temple erected in 2400 BC near Cairo. For ancient Egyptians, the bee symbolized royalty and appeared frequently in hieroglyphs. They used honey as a sweetener, a gift to their gods, and an ingredient in embalming fluid. The Greeks viewed honey as medicine, and they also mixed honey with cheese to make cheesecakes, described by Euripides in the fifth century BC as being “steeped most thoroughly in the rich honey of the golden bee.” Beekeeping flourished throughout the Roman empire. In other words, Winnie the Pooh is on to something, people! 🐝🐝🐝


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Me after my first cup of coffee in the morning. .
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My sister looks like she is enjoying California Screamin' in this pic. Who is excited for the Incredicoaster?


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もう最高な空間だった💫
語彙力なさすぎて終始やばいしか言えなかったけど大好きなスターウォーズに囲まれて、もう、幸せイズここにあり()
#tb #tbt #tbdisney #instagood #instarwars #instastarwars #startours #bb8 #r2d2 #いいね返し #ディズニー #スターウォーズ #スターウォーズ最後のジェダイ


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犬感🙆‍♀️🙆‍♀️🐶
犬が山を3回下ってみた。発狂だった。
#tb #tbt #tbthursday #tbdisney #tbdisneyland #101dalmations #tokyodisneyland #instagood #lfl ##いいね返し #ディズニー #アーカイブ


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水に飛び込むやつ🌀
めちゃピンぼけだけどしっかりdabして来たよって。🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️
#dab #dabs #dabstagram #dablife #tb #tbthursday #tbdisney #tbdisneyland #instadisney #instadisneyland #sprashmountain #instagood #スプラッシュマウンテン #いいね返し #ダブ


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🌴🌺 #tbDisney


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Today's #throwbackdisney, courtesy of @heretogetkronk, features one of my all-time favorites! I don't remember ever having met Mulan at Disneyland. Is there a character who you used to see around but have noticed no longer appears very often, if at all?
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Tag me in your throwbacks for a chance to be featured!


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It’s pretty impressive that Indiana Jones is able to survive all sorts of traps while he pursues ancient treasures. There are several real examples of lethal tricks designed to protect against thieves (and nosey archaeology professors, apparently). Take Amenhotep III, for example. His tomb had a trap door concealing a 20-foot drop. The bones of the Red Queen of Palenque and Lord Pacal, two Mayan nobles entombed in pyramidal temples, had been painted with red cinnabar, a deadly neurotoxin. I think that Qin Shi Huang of China takes the cake, though. He was buried with over 8,000 terracotta soldiers. What you might not know is that his tomb is rumored to have liquid mercury lakes and rivers inside. Is that more or less epic than a massive rolling boulder?


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So I have a confession...I am a t-shirt addict.This one is from @teamsanddaydreams. Where is your favorite place to get fun, unique, Disney-inspired t-shirts?! Tag them in the comments!


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I have had the song "Fathoms Below" stuck in my head ALL DAY TODAY. I think that means a post about The Little Mermaid for "the gram" is in order. Triton is a trident-wielding, fish-tailed sea-god and son of Poseidon from Greek mythology. Triton had the power to calm or raise the ocean waves with a conch-shell trumpet. On Greek vase paintings, sculpture, and mosaic, he frequently appeared as a merman, although the details of his look differed. Sometimes he had a beard, a dolphin tail, green-tinged skin, or the forelegs of a horse. I am trying to picture a part-dolphin version of Ariel's dad...


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No history today, folks! Just a shoutout to my favorite ride. And The Nightmare Before Christmas was my absolute favorite movie as a kid. What was yours?!!


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In 1817, Domenico Ghirardelli was born in Rapallo, Italy. As a child, he worked as an apprentice for a local candymaker. He and his wife moved to Uruguay in 1837 and then to Peru the next year and continued to work in the candy business. Ghirardelli moved again in 1849, when he got wind of the gold strike at Sutter’s Mill and sailed to California. After doing some prospecting, Ghirardelli opened a general store (more like a tent) in Stockton, California, offering supplies and yummy treats to fellow miners. Several months later, Ghirardelli opened a store in San Francisco. And the rest is history! Who makes a point of stopping in for a Ghirardelli chocolate sample on the Pacific Wharf in Disney California Adventure?!


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Is there anything more cute than Mickey kisses?!!! Thanks to @dad_daughter_disney for this adorable shot! Tag me in your throwbacks to be featured here for #throwbackthursday. 🦄🦄🦄


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Dancing our way into an amazing weekend.!!


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When I asked this man to come along on my family's annual Disneyland trip three years ago, he didn't hesitate and agreed. When I told him that I wanted to start a project that joined my love of Disney with my passion for history, he told me that I should do it and that it would be great. We have our challenges, sure, but I don't ever wonder whether or not Cody will support me and my goals in life. And one of the most exciting things about being married is making goals together, as a team. He's the Herc to my Meg, the jam to my Monte Cristo sandwich, the safety belt to my roller coaster. We should celebrate the people we love. Who is the Dole to your Whip, the doom buggy to your Haunted Mansion, the Brer Rabbit to your Briar Patch?


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Let's go exploring! What kind of feelings do you get when you walk through Adventureland's gates? "Here is adventure. Here is romance. Here is mystery. Tropical rivers–silently flowing into the unknown. The unbelievable splendor of exotic flowers…the eerie sound of the jungle…with eyes that are always watching. This is Adventureland." Walt Disney envisioned Adventureland as a way to transport guests to the environs of Asia and Africa. Why do people associate these places with danger and mystery? Check out the Time Traveler post on the Jungle Cruise to learn more. www.linetimetraveler.com/junglecruise


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Seahorses. They're cute. They're often colorful. They're also pretty powerful predators. Their shape makes them particularly skilled at pivot feeding. They sneak up on copepods (their primary food source) without disturbing the water very much. A seahorse's arched neck acts like a spring and allows them to generate an explosive strike before its prey can escape. I always hop on the seahorse when I ride the carousel at DCA. Do you have a favorite sea critter that you like to ride?!


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Happy Friday! Did you know that fireworks date back to the seventh century? Fireworks have their origin in Chinese societies. This tradition spread to the Middle East in the twelfth century and to Europe in the mid-seventeenth century. America's first Anglo settlers brought their enthusiasm for fireworks to the United States. Fireworks and black ash were used to celebrate the first Independence Day in 1777, before Americans knew whether or not the new nation would survive the war. I love visiting the firework factory in Toon Town!! How about you?


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1995 was a good year for Eeyore hugs! Also in 1995:
🦄 The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame opened in Cleveland, Ohio.
🦄 Dolly the cloned sheep was born.
🦄The X Games were first broadcast on ESPN.
To be featured here for #throwbackdisney, tag @princesstimetraveler in your Disney throwbacks!


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