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Fun in the Hundred Acres Woods

There once was a little stuffed bear that went with her everywhere. They climbed a tree and sat up there all day, or at least it seemed like all day.  They drank lemonade from little paper cups and ate peanut butter and honey sandwiches on a blanket under the sky. She kissed his cheeks and rubbed his arms until all his fur must have been gone, and he was her favorite bear. 

The music from Winnie the Pooh song takes you way, way, back to childhood days when you were mesmerized by this willy nilly silly ol’ bear on the screen. Tubby little all stuffed with fluff, bear! 

Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom has made the old and young smile as they remember snuggling up at nap time with their very own Winnie the Pooh. The voices of all the characters are talking to you, along with the most wonderful songs. As you ride along you feel like you are ACTUALLY in the Hundred Acre Woods.

Oh! Stuff and Fluff! We are going to have to watch the movie!

As you scroll down notice the activities and go ahead and start the movie or the Winnie the Pooh songs!

The pages are larger than life and the pictures are so colorful. We love the song when “The Rain Rain Rain Came Down Down Down”, and it is included in the ride. You travel along in a Big Honey Pot and see heffalumps and woozles. You bounce along with Tigger.

You don’t want the ride to end. So you go again!

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This is where the line begins. We just noticed the door where Pooh lives with the name Mr. Sanders above. Making a note to take a peek next time.

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Here are some of the activities to make you feel like a kid again. It is okay, go ahead and play!

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There are bee’s buzzing in the trees…….I think we are close to the honey tree, Pooh.

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The story book pages are full of your childhood friends from the past. Makes you want to read the book.

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Honey! Hoorah!!

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Look at all these huge books waiting to be opened….

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It feels like a rather blustery day to day. Hum dum dum ditty dum Hum dum dee. Oh the wind is lashing lustily and the trees are thrashing thrustily and the leaves are rustling gustily so it’s rather safe to say that it seems like it may turn out to be it feels like it will undoubtedly it looks like a rather blustery day to day….

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A heffalump or woozle is very confusel the heffalump or woozle is very sly sly-sly-sly they’re black they’re brown they’re up they’re down….

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The party at the end of the day! All of us gathered together, laughing, enjoying cake!

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Christopher Robin always had a very special way of responding to Winnie the Pooh. He listened to him, talked with him, and took care of him. That’s what Best Friends do!

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Visit the Hundred Acre Goods store. Give Pooh a hug and leave with a smile.

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Special thanks to the author A.A. Milne who created this lovable bear in the first series in 1926.

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4 thoughts on “Fun in the Hundred Acres Woods

    1. I smiled when I read this because as a little girl, he was created just for me! I would not wear anything if he was not on the tag in my clothes, coats, hats, mittens, included. I did not really think about him being 90! Bless his “heart” 🙂 Jen

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