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  • Piloting the Mark Twain



    On Monday we took a ride on the Mark Twain, both our first time, and Bornieo's Birthday! Really a unique experience.

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    Signed the book.
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      Facing the roof towards the stern

      Front with the MT'S Bell, very heavy.
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        Frontierland side(obviously)

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          Tom Sawyer Island



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            great shots congrats
            :crazylegs

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              Now I know what is like see out of the Pilots house on the Mark Twain,
              most picture I have see is people at the wheel and not the view.
              Great Photo shot!
              Last edited by akfandisney; 05-04-2006, 06:42 AM.
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                Yea it was really fun, just to see it from that perspective. Thanks
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                  Do we have to call you guys Captain TicToc Dragon and Captain Bornieo now?





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                    Originally posted by Gemini Cricket
                    Do we have to call you guys Captain TicToc Dragon and Captain Bornieo now?





                    :lmao: That's Mr TicToc to you...
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                      Originally posted by TicTocDragon
                      :lmao: That's Mr TicToc to you...
                      Yes, sir. Captain Mr. TicTocDragon, sir.

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                        Originally posted by Gemini Cricket
                        Yes, sir. Captain Mr. TicTocDragon, sir.
                        Ok, I'm not old yet.
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                          Dear Captain Tic Toc - I'm very jealous. I was there on Monday, and they said they wouldn't even start loading until 11:00 AM and I couln't stay.

                          Questons: Are both boats on a track, or are the "captains" actually piloting the boats around the river? Did the captain tell you guys any stories once you were under way?

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                            They did tell me the Columbia was in dry dock for a touch up, but who knows they could be changing it over to be the Black Pearl and that would make me wrong. yes I know they are both on a track.
                            Yes. he did tell us a very interesting one about the Pirate's movie premier last year, but from what I have seen on here, don't always trust a CM.(no offense to the CM's out there)
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                              Wow! Thanks for sharing the pictures!! I'm quite jealous. We opted not to ride the Mark Twain that day... or I could've had my name in that book right before you. Oh well. You do look quite excited and Bornieo looks like he was forced into it!

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