Alaskan Bear Kingdom, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Part 4

Welcome To The Most Magical Place on Earth

Then you walk up to the Brother Bear Statue and get your picture taken by the Brother Bear Statue.

After getting a picture with the Brother Bear Statue, you head toward the Bald Eagle spirit Spinner.

You walk up to the entrance of the Bald eagle spirit spinner and you enter the regular line to the ride or you enter the Fast Pass line if you have a Fast Pass ticket.

Then you walk through the line to the Bald Eagle Spirit Spinner and you make it to the front of the line.

Then the Cast Member tells you which bald eagle vehicle to go in.

You go to the bald eagle vehicle that you were told to go in by the Cast Member.

You go in and set down into the bald eagle vehicle.

Bald Eagle vehicle:

Each of The Bald Eagle vehicle will have two seats and a lever in front to lower and raise it.

This ride will be like the Dumbo spinner but with a different animal.

The door of this vehicle will be closed by the Cast Members.

Let’s go back to Alaskan Bear kingdom.

Then the ride starts and you lower and raise the bald eagle vehicle up and down with a lever through out the ride.

Then the bald eagle vehicle lower down at the end of the ride and it comes to a stop.

You exit the bald eagle vehicle and you head for the exit of The Bald Eagle Spirit Spinner.

Then you exit the Exit of The Bald Eagle Spinner and you head toward Kenzai’s Rapid Journey To Salmon Run.

Continuing to part 5 of Alaskan Bear Kingdom, Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

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Published by Paul Pederson

Disney imagineering fan, Disney storyteller, future Disney imagineer that is learning how to become a Disney imagineer at home buy reading Disney imagineering books and a Disney Fan of the Walt Disney Company A Disney traveler each year and a Disney imagineering Blogger, A Christian who believes in Jesus is Lord and that God sent his one and only son named Jesus Christ to die on the cross for my sins.

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