Chip and Dale Marshmallow roast
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We went in June 08. Toured the stable and small museum, went on a carriage ride, shopped at trading post and had an ADR for Trails End. Then went over to Chip & Dale. It was very cute. DNieces 10 & 5 really enjoyed the marshallow roast and sing-a-long and of course meeting Chip & Dale. They show a movie afterwards on a big screen.
Do you mean the campfire thing at FW? We went a couple of years ago. The actual marshmallow roasting was a little underwhelming--a bunch of people clustered around a fire-barrel near as we could tell--but we enjoyed the singalong "show", which Chip and Dale attended. We also loved the open-air movie part--the night we went it was Cinderella. Great free activity. (Ok, we bought hot cocoa and something for the kids to nibble...but not a huge deal.) I'd do it again. The singalong part, IIRC, was maybe 30-45 minutes?
JoAnne and family (dh, ds 10 and dd 7) WDW May 06 (Pop/AKL/Poly); Jan 07 (CBR); DCL Magic Eastern, Dec 07. CSR Sept 2009.
Hoping to book for February 2011 to check out Hogwart's
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