First let me just say that I do not need to wait in a queue for 2 hours so that I can go up an elevator and be dropped. LOL!!! At least that was my opinion on our past 3 DisneyWorld vacations... but the more my guys have talked about their adventures on the Tower of Terror and even in the queue, I think I am going to have to be brave and ride it next time. It's the only ride that I skip. Wait - not true - I don't ride the teacups! Way too scary.
This super fun layout is all Echo Park's NEW Note to Self Collection and it was surprisingly perfect for a Tower of Terror layout. I love all the numbers because of course you never know how many floors you are going to drop in that crazy ride. Luckily the alpha sheet has alot of alphas because my title alone used 4 capital "R"s. You have to love the alpha sheet and sticker elements that come in the Echo Park packs, right? I cut out a couple of the journaling cards, tickets, and an arrow from the patterned papers. I have decided one pack of this paper is not enough for me. I can tell I am going to need more of certain things. I have already ordered more individual sheets, just in case I cant find the pack. I am thinking there will be lots of layouts in my future that NEED a view master circle on them. :) So if you didn't click on the name of the collection to go see the pack... do it now. It's cool stuff.
So yeah, this is my dh and two of our son's on Fathers Day. It was our second trip to MGM that week and they could not wait to ride Tower of Terror for a second time, so they are all posing outside the gates with two fingers up. And in case you don't have boys, one of my son's is wearing his Indiana Jones hat and the other a Jedi robe from shopping on our first day in the park. It was sooo fun.
Today's question: Do you ride the Tower of Terror? and are there any rides at Disney that you haven't been brave enough to try yet?