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Matterhorn: Disney in the Details

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  • [Review] Matterhorn: Disney in the Details

    Hello,

    I'm new here but definitely not new to being a Disneyland fan. I wrote the following piece for MiceChat. For some reason, it was never published. I hope you enjoy it.

    Does anyone know a website that will post this piece and others like it? I'm not looking for money, just an outlet.


    Disney in the Details: Matterhorn Bobsleds
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    Holiday Hill Grows Up
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    Photo: The snowfall differences between 2000 and 2012.

    Getting Down to Details
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    Cast of Footprint
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    Re: Matterhorn: Disney in the Details

    I'm no help as to where you could look into for publishing your article, but I wanted to mention that I loved it! I hope you continue to share with us here at MiceChat!


    Thank you to Poisonedapples for my awesome signature!
    KellyMcG86's Disneyland To Do List

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      Re: Matterhorn: Disney in the Details

      Excellent, well-written article, with interesting and heretofore unknown (by me) details! Thank you for sharing it with us!

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        Re: Matterhorn: Disney in the Details

        Wonderful article, looking forward to more!

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          Re: Matterhorn: Disney in the Details

          One small thing to fix:

          The Matterhorn was not the first steel coaster, but the first tubular steel coasters. Steel coasters were around back in the days of Coney Island in the 20s.

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            Re: Matterhorn: Disney in the Details

            Very well written article.
            Nice work!
            Thanks

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            • #7
              Re: Matterhorn: Disney in the Details

              Wow... great info, well written. Nice job!

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                Re: Matterhorn: Disney in the Details

                Thank you everyone, I appreciate the support!

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