Come take a ride on the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and explore it’s new interactive queue – Episode 115

This week I’ll take you through the new interactive queue in the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and then jump into a honey pot for a ride through some of Pooh’s adventures.

Hope you enjoy today’s video, be sure to leave a comment!

Rick Howard

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14 comments on “Come take a ride on the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and explore it’s new interactive queue – Episode 115”

  1. Rick says:

    Hey guys!

    Hope u enjoy this weeks show! Andrew and I are in Walt Disney World for D23’s Destination D event. Ill get a blog post up on our blog, and post another comment here when it’s done. Also will have some pics and video from our Alaska cruise.
    Thanks for watching!



  2. Carol T. says:

    With respect to the Fantasy Land expansion – I am also looking forward to Gaston’s Restaurant. As my “kids” are adults now, our trips are all about the food! I am also really looking forward to the Seven Dwarfs Mine Ride attraction. Oh who am I kidding – I’m excited about the whole expansion!


  3. Scott Schultz says:

    Great video Rick! This is my wife’s favorite attraction and we must do it on every trip. It’s nice to see that they now have stuff for the kids to do as we all know what the attention span is of 4 year old boys/girls. Lots of hands on games in the queue means perhaps those kids will stop swinging and slobbering on the queue rails. Be sure to bring antibacterial hand cream with you. Looking forward to all new and improved Fantasyland in general. My kids are all grown but it will still be nice to stroll through there when it’s all done.


  4. cathy mullen says:

    Hi Rick,
    I love this attraction and can’t wait to take my grandkids in Sept.
    Winnie the Pooh is what started my love of Disney .
    The mic worked so well,Rick!


  5. Christine says:

    What a great video! Pooh has always been one of my favorite rides, and just getting to watch that brought me a little much needed Disney magic today. I can’t wait to get back there and see the new queue for myself.


  6. Thelma Huss says:

    The cue is terrrriffic! As with all the above, looking forward to all of the new expansions…Disney does it right.


  7. John Broadwater says:

    great show loved the improved sound.In 2012 just hoping to get down to Disney World to see the new thing that are going on.


  8. Peggy Hickey says:

    I’m not a big Pooh fan,. but the queue and ride look like something small kids would love. That’s a good tip about the antibacterial hand lotions. It’s a good idea for kids and adults alike. I once came home with a bug that hit me hard, and I think I even know when and where I came into contact.
    Anyway, I’m looking forward to the new Little Mermaid Undersea ride. The 7 Dwarves coaster looks like fun too, but again, I will miss the old Snow White ride. I’d like to keep them all!
    The lapel mic is great. It keeps the background sounds where they belong, in the background.
    I’m looking forward to many more videos.


  9. Robert Nordmark says:

    Hey Rick,

    The new cue looks like a lot of fun for small kids and big kids as well. I haven’t spent much time in Fantasy Land in a long time. When the expansion is complete it will be all new to me. I will look forward to seeing everything.

    See you next week.



  10. Kevin Nelson says:

    My Travel With Rick experience has always been AWESOME! The high-tech mic works great! We saw the new interactive queue for Pooh in January and it was cool! I’m most looking forward to Gaston’s Restaurant and the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, can’t wait. Thanks Rick and Andrew, great job, y’all keep those smiles on, life is great!


  11. Diana O'Connell says:

    The new queue area in Winnie the Pooh looks great for the kids! I am most looking forward to the Ariel section of the new Fantasyland. I am also going to like the two Dumbos, as I hope that will cut down on the wait times. And, like everyone else has been saying, the Seven Dwarfs mine train ride and the Gaston restaurant sounds like it will be amazing. Also, the new mic sounds great. Clear and not too much background noise being picked up. Keep up the great work!


  12. Penny D Serrato says:

    The new queue is pretty cool but hand sanitizer will be the item of the day there. Looking forward to the whole expansion coming up. Hey I caught some of your scavenger hunt it was fun until the battery died (Andrew ;)) Andrew is doing a pretty good job for ya. Excited to see what’s next for Travel with Rick.



  13. Nicklas Yeager says:

    Hey Rick,
    I really like the new queve in the Pooh attraction. I have not benn on the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh since 2005. It is a must do for this year. I fact when this was typed, we have 65 days. I don’t know if it is opening in 2012, but I am looking forward to the Snow White themed rollercoaster.


  14. Scott Allen says:

    Yes, great audio & camera work — thanks Andrew (and Rick)! Can’t wait to try out the new queue features on our next trip later this year. Kids are kinda sad about losing Pooh’s Playful Spot, but glad to see the huge tree was saved and moved to Pooh’s ride queue.

    Looking forward most to Pixie Hollow (girls) and Beast’s Castle (boys).


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