I considered going to the Magic Kingdom to see its July 4th fireworks... but apparently everyone else thought that too, so its huge parking lot was completely full (according to every sign I passed) by the time I was heading towards it. I decided this was all for the better, since I didn't feel like having to deal with a full park.
Hey, Test Track has opened since I was here last! How 'bout if I go to Epcot?
I guess not many people had thought of going to Epcot instead, as it really didn't seem all that full to me.
Test Track, Test Track... oh, here it is!
There's no more FastPass for this ride today, either. Maybe I'm not going on Test Track quite yet... but there must be some way! How'd I invoke that positive karma yesterday? Bippety-boppety-something... hey, wait, what's this? A singles line, for people who aren't part of a group or who don't mind riding separate from their group? And the wait is only twenty minutes?
Not bad for the first ride on my shiny new Annual Pass! Hmm, what next... how about the new Figment ride?
Okay, that one wasn't so good, but at least there wasn't much of a line, and it had Weebo in the queueing area.
Two rides, two short lines... let's see if I can make it three for three. On to Horizons!
The light areas between the trees in this photo are places where daylight is shining through the area where the first floor of Horizons used to be, and the rough-looking area to the right of the building is where bits of air conditioning conduit is dangling free. The building just looks gouged, and I'll wager the rest of its hulk is not long for this world. It was a neat ride; it'll be missed.
As I was wandering through the park, a shy duck flirted with me:
And a little bird kept following me around and studying me carefully: