Friday, September 9, 2011

Destination Disney: K




Today's Destination Disney hosted by my friend Heidi is all about the letter K.  Check out the other bloggers who have hopped on and also written about K.

Kenai and Koda from Brother Bear

Kingdom Keepers books by Ridley Pearson

Kitchen Sink at Beaches and Cream 

"K" Scavenger Hunt: Kodak picture spot and Key

Kida from Treasure Planet

On Kilimanjaro Safari at Animal Kingdom

Key

6 comments:

  1. Love the key! We were so excited to each have our own on our trip in May. Guess we'll get new ones in January. Do they always look the same. Have you read the Kingdom Keeper books?

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  2. I cannot wait to share the Kitchen Sink with you, its going to be awesome! :)

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  3. I should of known you would have it! I kept looking for a picture of a key. Great ones!

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  4. Yes and no. For several years they have looked that way, but I have some old ones from the 90s that are yellow. I need to dig those up!

    I have read the first 3 books and am working on 4 now. They are an easy read. Probably written on a tween level. I"m not typically a fan of books that can't ever be true. I like fiction, but the fiction that could really happen! It's fun to read about some of the "backstage" areas, even if it's not really 100% accurate! But, I did read an interview with Pearson and he did extensive research in the parks before writing them so maybe it is "true"!

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  5. Oh those are goodies!! Duh, I totally forgot about the key! I've got a whole stack sitting here too! Haven't read The Kingdom Keepers but if you say it's good I'll give it a read.
    I so wish I could join in on your kitchen sink!

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