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Published on: Dec 31, 2007

Our readers were doing some heavy lifting and knew exactly where Ms. Lost was. In fact, she got away from a cloudy day by making a stop at the ESPN Zone at the Boardwalk. This is not only a great place to grab lunch, but it’s also a the place on-property to watch the game. There are special events at the location, throughout the year, too. But be warned, this can be a popular hang-out during big events, so get there early.

Congratulations to Brittney S., who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Dec 17, 2007

The Christmas tree pictured here wasn’t really a puzzle to many of you at all. It can be found at the The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights, twinkling nightly until January 6 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (or MGM, for those of you not quite ready to embrace the change). The Dancing Lights can be found on New York Street. Guests are treated to millions of lights dancing in unison to holiday music. This is truly an amazing sight to behold. At least one editor of Magically Speaking is trying to convince her husband to duplicate the scene (no luck so far, but we’ll keep you posted if anything changes!).

Congratulations to Wanda R., who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Dec 3, 2007

The knights standing guard can be found in none other than the Germany pavilion at Epcot. This area, themed as a storybook Germany village, boasts a wonderful Biergarten Restaurant, quaint shops featuring German treasures (like Hummels, treats and toys), a Glockenspiel overlooking a statue of St. George slaying a dragon, and even a miniature train and village.

Congratulations to HansP40, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Nov 19, 2007

So the question in the last issue was a bit tricky. While Ms. Lost was on the Liberty Belleriverboat, she as actually looking at a scene on Tom Sawyer’s Island. Luckily, Ms. Lost is in a generous sort of mood, so if you said either one of those locations, your name was entered into the drawing. One kind entrant was good enough to point out that this scene, although on the Island, isn’t actually accessible from the public areas as you are exploring. The only way to see it is from the river.

Congratulations to Bruce, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Nov 5, 2007

Tick, tick, tick…time’s up! All of that ticking was a big hint in our last issue. Tinkerbell was being kept in a lantern at the World of Disney store in Downtown Disney. Specifically, she is in the watch room (hence the ticking). This is one of the several themed rooms in the mega-store. Watches and all sorts of jewelry to fit everyone’s budget (and perhaps break a few) can be found in this room along with Tink.

Congratulations to Christine H., who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Oct 22, 2007

It seems that Ms. Lost wasn’t all that lost last issue at all. You knew she was in Epcot near Innoventions and a few of you looked close enough to see the Land pavilion in the background. Perhaps she’s not only lost, but not that observant, either.

Congratulations to Kate N., who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Oct 8, 2007

It seems that Ms. Lost did not want to be found in our last issue! More of you were confused right along with her, but a valiant few knew her whereabouts. Ms. Lost had indeed just gotten off of Splash Mountain in the Magic Kingdom. If you’re not too busy whistling “Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah” or checking out your photo taken on the ride, you will see a coffee sign near the restrooms as you exit. There is a sign, but alas no coffee to be had in that location.

Congratulations to Cathy Maiewski, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Sep 24, 2007

Ms. Lost went back out to look at the sign twice to make sure she got this answer to the last picture right! She was, in fact, at the Kilimanjaro Safari ride in Animal Kingdom. Many of you guessed Test Track; so many of you that Ms. Lost wonders if there is a similar sign there, too. If only we could get her to go over there and find out and still know where she’s at.

Congratulations to Heidi Hoffman, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Sep 10, 2007

It’s a bit of a tribute to how well themed Disney hotels are that many of you thought our last picture was at Boardwalk Resort. Unfortunately, that wasn’t quite right. We tried to hint that the location was down I-95 and if you guessed Vero Beach, you were correct! These cut-outs can be found near the pool and Eb & Flo’s Rentals. More than one of our readers is ready for a Vero vacation after our last issue!

Congratulations to Elizabeth Lack, who sent in the correct response (and a really cute picture of her husband and daughter behind these cut-outs) and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Aug 27, 2007

We’re glad that the picture in the last edition of Lost in the World didn’t signal the end of our photographer. Each of you who entered were correct! She was actually just coming to the end of the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh ride at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. As you enjoy this ride in your four person hunny pot, don’t forget to check out the homage to the attraction’s previous occupant: Mr. Toad (and his wild ride).

Congratulations to Lisa Taranto, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Aug 13, 2007

Everyone knew that Ms. Lost wasn’t in danger last edition! She was just in Animal Kingdom’s Asia, where tiger’s roam not-quite-so free in the Maharajah Jungle Trek attraction. If very large bats aren’t your thing, though, steer clear! We’re just sayin’ . . .

Congratulations to Teresa Blauvelt, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Jul 30, 2007

Thanks for all the great help identifying who was in the photo from our last edition. Many of you named the three Darling children, Wendy, John and Michael, for Ms. Lost’s scrapbook. She sincerely appreciates it! The photo was taken in the first scene in the attraction Peter Pan’s Flight, in the Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland. The original version of this ride is at the Disneyland Resort in California, and is one of the few remaining attractions that was in operation on Disneyland’s opening day in 1955.

Congratulations to Patty Pschierer, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Jul 17, 2007

Last edition, fans of the Land pavilion at Epcot knew in a heartbeat that Ms. Lost was enjoying the Living with the Land boat ride through Epcot’s greenhouses, updated in 2006 with an automated “spiel” on new technology to make agriculture more efficient and environmentally friendly!

Congratulations to Steven and Susan Beck, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Jul 3, 2007

Looks like many of you are Walt Disney World vets! Entries abounded, correctly naming the building in last edition’s photo. It was Pinocchio’s Village Haus, in the Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland. This counter service is usually much busier than shown in the photo – do you think it’s the pizza that’s popular, or the subs? Most likely it’s location, location, location!

Congratulations to Stephanie Hall, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Jun 18, 2007

We’re happy to announce that Lost readers are a smart bunch- but you knew that already! We got lots of entries from our last edition. You knew that our befuddled photographer took a raft to the Magic Kingdom’s Tom Sawyer Island for her lemonade treat at Aunt Polly’s Dockside Inn. This seasonal location (open during busy times of year) serves up drinks and desserts, with shaded tables- nice for those wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle of mainland Frontierland.

Congratulations to Cathy Maiewski, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Jun 4, 2007

Clearly the Crystal Palace is very popular with Magically Speaking readers, as well as Pooh-lovers around the World. Many, many of you guessed that in our last edition, Ms. Lost was dining at this Magic Kingdom buffet restaurant, which serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner in addition to the many friends from the 100 Acre Woods wandering around for photos, autographs and a parade through the restaurant.

Congratulations to Alyce Crimaldi, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: May 21, 2007

Last edition, you’ll remember that our navigationally challenged photographer was in a tough spot. Some of you knew where – it was the Ticket and Transportation Center (TCC), the launching-off point for monorails and ferryboats to none other than the Magic Kingdom! This is also where you’ll find the Magic Kingdom kennel, Walt Disney World Lost and Found, and booths for WDW tickets.

Congratulations to Peter Morris, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.


Published on: May 7, 2007

Although some intrepid readers thought our confused photographer was snapping pix at the Magic Kingdom’s Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin attraction in our last issue, she was, in fact, down the road at Downtown Disney. Specifically, Ms. Lost was at the front ofOnce Upon a Toy, a virtual toy paradise, especially for those with a “Mr. Potato Head” obsession, or for anyone interested in building their own Star Wars light saber (and honestly, aren’t we all?!?).

Congratulations to Fran Skall, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Apr 23, 2007

Many of you must be Muppet fans, as you had no trouble locating Ms. Lost in the pre-show area of Jim Henson’s MuppetVision 3D in our last issue. Ms. Lost now recalls how much she enjoyed the cute, amusing queue and pre-show area of this attraction. She especially liked that part where . . . ehrm. . . well, you should experience it yourself. Be sure that you arrive in time to look around and take a few pix of your own, before proceeding into the theater.

Congratulations to William Scott, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.


Published on: Apr 9, 2007

When last seen, our photographer was in search of a bargain at a Disney shop. Where? At the Disney-MGM Studios! Last issue’s photo was of the sign above one of the stores on Hollywood Boulevard in the Disney-MGM Studios. It’s unlikely Ms. Lost found a Disney Deal, but we’re sure she found something cute and fun.

Congratulations to Michelle Anderson, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.


Published on: Mar 26, 2007

Last issue, we last saw our favorite photographer had taken a plane to California, and was on the Rivers of America, in Disneyland. The photo showed a mine train on the waters’ edge, as seen from the Mark Twain riverboat. The train used to be part of the Mine Train Through Nature’s Wonderland attraction.

Congratulations to George Carpenter, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.


Published on: Mar 12, 2007

Last issue, we saw our intrepid photographer leaving the confines of Walt Disney World. How? Why, on the Magical Express bus, of course! Those cozy red seats, replete with stars, are on buses that transport Walt Disney World resort guests to and from Orlando International Airport each and every day. For free!

Congratulations to Todd Devenish, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.


Published on: Feb 26, 2007

In the last newsletter, our photographer was lost in the queue of one of Epcot’s newest attractions, The Seas with Nemo & Friends. The queue area looks like a beach, complete with life-guard chairs, dunes and the sound of gulls and waves. Visitors this Future World ride board “clamobiles” for an undersea voyage to see Nemo after his movie, and follow Nemo and his father through their newest adventure. Dory makes a guest appearance.

Congratulations to Pamela Smith, who sent in the correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.


Published on: Feb 12, 2007

Judging from your answers, you’ve spend a fair amount of time looking up in Toontown. Indeed, our last photo, was snapped in the County Bounty shop located in the Toontown Hall of Fame. This building is home to County Bounty, which offers a variety of souvenirs, including those Mr. Potato Head parts. It also is home to three meet and greet rooms where your character fans can meet the Princesses, some Storybook Friends (including various “Pooh” characters) and Classic Pals (including the fab five.)

Congratulations to Jackie DiPrimo who provided us with the correct answer and was the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.


Published on: Jan 29, 2007

So, you certainly knew where our photographer was headed after a long day at the parks: Pop Century, of course! This is the newest value resort and features buildings with giant icons from different decades. The kids are sure to love these larger than life treats and the grown-ups enjoy a fun stroll down memory lane.

Congratulations to Sharon Cross who provided us with the correct answer and was the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.


Published on: Jan 15, 2007

Are you back to earth after finding where our last “Lost” photo was taken? It was at Space Mountain. The concept for Space Mountain actually originated with plans for a spaceport in the Tomorrowland area of Disneyland in Anaheim, in the mid 1960’s. Those plans were scrapped, but, happily the Space Mountain part was revived for Walt Disney World. It was originally supposed to have a part that went outside, like Test Track, but was changed to be completely inside because of concerns with Florida’s wet weather.

Congratulations to Janice Hardeman who provided us with the correct answer and was the winner of the random drawing and a trading pin.

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Published on: Jan 1, 2007

Oh, we hope you still aren’t wandering with our photographer after last “Lost” photo. The location was indeed where we can see Storytime with Belle. Here in this nook at the side of Cinderella’s castle, Belle appears and tells her story of “Beauty and the Beast.” This show even allows for children and parents to help in the story telling.

Congratulations to Sandra Clarke who knew the answer and is the lucky recipient of a trading pin.


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