I love this picture below anyway, but it's also a great shot of my hat!
We rode the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train again...
And then it was 4:00 and time to go to the Will-Call area at the front of the park to pick up our tickets to that night's Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. We decided too late to have tickets mailed to us, and had to pick them up there. We waited in line at the Guest Relations/Will Call area right outside the park, and when a window opened up, we were surprised to see Emily, our tour guide from the Keys to the Kingdom tour the day before! We thanked her again for such a great tour, and she seemed to be taking extra long getting us our Halloween party cards. When she handed them to us, she said "I put two extra fast passes on there for you."
Awww, how sweet! Once again, Disney magic.
So we used the fast passes to ride the flying Dumbos, a classic...
And got a few more pictures on Main Street
And then we used the other fast pass (this one was for any ride of our choice) to ride the Mine Train one more time, and the result was our favorite Mine Train video of the trip. Look for the Tin Man!
We had a little bit more time, so we rode the carousel.
and took a pretty dusk photo of it.
Next we waited in line for the Seven Dwarfs, which was a big reason for adding the second night Halloween party. We wanted to meet both them and Jack and Sally, and get a bunch of different experiences in, and we had heard that it was almost impossible to do all that in one night.
In line for the Dwarfs, I put my ears I'd bought on Tuesday night. I saw someone wearing them, and I admit I was sooo enticed.
Cute, right? But you can't even tell how awesome they are until it's dark. Check it out....
We were one of the first groups to meet the Seven Dwarfs.
We did a little trick or treating, tracked down a Poison Apple mug my friend Jennifer requested we pick up for her
...and then we found a good spot to watch the Hocus Pocus castle show. Neither of us are massive fans of the movie, so we weren't planning to see it, but then we watched the excellent Mousesteps video of the stage show, and it looked amazing. It was even more so in person. The castle projections were gorgeous.
After that, we rode Haunted Mansion a couple more times, and wanted to ride it even more, but the line suddenly exploded from a 15 minute wait to 45, and wouldn't budge. (sad face)
But we did get one more red card on the trip. For the Haunted Mansion. What a way to end a trip we'll remember forever.
So we walked out of Main Street USA and left the Magic Kingdom. Goodbye, Disney World. I really really hope we get to See Ya Real Soon.