The Magical Blogorail is a group of Disney bloggers who have come together to share our love of Disney. Our mission is 3-fold:

  • To be seen as positive and ethical go-to experts in the Disney community.
  • To have fun and to bring our personality and love of Disney to fans, old and new.
  • To grow our blogging team and to be sought after by sponsors as valued partners.

Each week we will bring you a new loop, and each loop will have its own theme. As you follow us through each month’s loop, you will find (at the end of each post) a link to your next stop. Feel free to follow our blogs, add your own comments, and share our blogs with your friends. This is a great opportunity to learn about several Disney topics from the perspective of several different bloggers

In addition to our weekly loops, we also host a weekly blog link-up called Riding the Rails. Each Monday, we post that week’s challenge topic. Then, throughout the week, our writers and friends will link-up with posts to their blog, featuring that topic. It’s a lot of fun and a great way to meet new Disney blogging friends. You are more than welcome to join in the fun!

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    Hal Spiegel
    July 3, 2018 at 1:58 am

    Hi Melissa,
    I was wondering if in the last modification to the Dinosaur ride if they added the “car door” modification to the ride vehicle to make transferring easier. I’m a C7 quad and went to AnimalKingdom the first week it was open and at that time I was able to lift myself high enough to transfer in but I’m no longer that strong. I’m going again in November but don’t want to waste a fast pass if I can’t transfer into the ride.
    Thanks for the info,

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      July 8, 2018 at 2:00 am

      Hi Hal! As far as I know the ride vehicle is the same. I would suggest using your Fastpasses for other attractions. Flight of Passage and Everest will be much easier transfers. You could then stop by Dinosaur and talk with a Cast Member and grab a fastpass for later in the day (after you have used your other 3) if the ride vehicle has changed.

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    Bill Weir
    September 7, 2017 at 3:53 pm

    Have a question, I have a granddaughter with CP, 28 years old, she is able to ride the rocking roll a coaster, tower of terror and many others, all of which have good upper body support, we are going to go to Disney in 3 weeks and I wonder do you think the Avatar Flight of Passage has upper body support once they are locked in. She can stand for short times only, and only has limited use of one arm.

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      September 14, 2017 at 4:55 pm

      Once you are on the ride vehicle you lean forward. Once the back restraint was in place I felt very secure. She won’t have to worry about holding her self up or in place. There are hand grips that you can hold on to but it isn’t necessary to feel secure. I hope that helps a little.

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