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How To Have A Walt Disney World Theme Park Successful Vacation The Bend Show Radio & Podcast

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Prepare for the ultimate Walt Disney or theme park experience and make memories that last a lifetime! Learn essential tips before booking or leaving on the adventure. Plus News Headlines you've missed. This is Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC' and Jeff ‘Tigger’ Erhardt with The Bend Radio Show & Podcast, your news outlet for the latest in the Outdoors & Western Lifestyle!



Episode 171 Details
NEWS

POLAR VORTEX FREEZES GATOR IN WATER

 

 

 

 





In January the Polar Vortex had more than an effect on the people, it also chilled the alligators too. The Gator Country Adventure Park in Beaumont, Texas had their gator’s pool ice over. The park’s alligator’s snout froze protruding above the ice for air. Alligators use a hibernation process, called brumation, to cope with the cold weather.
 
BURMESE PYTHON EGGS HATCH
Field Reporter: Heather Krohe, Little Rack Taxidermy




Florida's fight against the invasive species Burmese pythons is not getting any easier.
 
ARKANSAS COWBOY USES HORSEPOWER TO PULL SNOW STUCK CARS




A North Little Rock, Arkansas cowboy, Doc Leavy, during a recent snowstorm used his horse, Champ, to help drivers stuck in the snow. The Cowboy believes his horse is just as strong as a tractor. He has helped dozens of stranded drivers in the past and continues to ride through trails when adverse weather occurs to help others.
 
DOCTOR DRIVES ATV THROUGH BLIZZARD TO DELIVER BABY

During Iowa’s recent winter storms in January, Dr. Chase Brown from Shenandoah, Iowa didn’t let a snowstorm stop him from delivering a baby. Dr. Chase hopped on his ATV and braved the snowstorm, sub-zero temperatures and snow drifts to get to the hospital where he delivered a healthy baby!
 

FEATURE

PLANNING TIPS TO WALT DISNEY WORLD THEME PARKS


Prepare for the adventure of a lifetime at Disney World with these essential tips for success!
Who would have thought in this day or age, that expensive family destinations like Walt Disney World or Walt Disney Land, Universal Studios too could quickly undo any joy there was to be had by not planning for the destinations as well. We’re not talking about the stress of gathering the family, or the high prices that come with visiting these theme parks. We are talking about the overwhelming feeling of once arriving on property to only then learn, for example Disney has its own nomenclature, its own language. 
 
So much is the overwhelming factor over taking guests to these theme parks, visitors are taking classes on “Walt Disney World” prior to boarding a plane. The complicated system that Disney World functions upon has left many unprepared travelers with the let down feeling and regretting having done the trip, as learning the Disney lingo and landscape can almost feel monumental instead of “Magical”. Today we are tackling tips to survive Disney World located in Orlando, Florida.
 
WHAT CONSISTS OF WALT DISNEY WORLD
First thing to know about Walt Disney World is it is made up of four main parks, but then there are also the Disney Water Parks too. The four Walt Disney World Parks are Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom and Epcot. Disney World is not meant to be seen in ONE day. Instead, it is highly recommended to enjoy it over several days if time and money allows. This means visiting one Disney Park per day and even reserving a day in between for rest around the pool or some down time.
 

If you have never traveled to Disney World and are going with a group that includes children, we suggest booking through a trusted travel agent and one that offers travel insurance or through Disney’s booking agents and inquiring about their travel insurance. Reason being is that depending on your party size, age and the cost; peace of mind knowing that at the last minute your trip might be canceled or cut short, all the money is not lost. If booking thru Disney World or a travel agent, be sure to ask if there are any special offers, for example there are

Prepare for the ultimate Walt Disney or theme park experience and make memories that last a lifetime! Learn essential tips before booking or leaving on the adventure. Plus News Headlines you've missed. This is Rebecca Wanner aka 'BEC' and Jeff ‘Tigger’ Erhardt with The Bend Radio Show & Podcast, your news outlet for the latest in the Outdoors & Western Lifestyle!



Episode 171 Details
NEWS

POLAR VORTEX FREEZES GATOR IN WATER

 

 

 

 





In January the Polar Vortex had more than an effect on the people, it also chilled the alligators too. The Gator Country Adventure Park in Beaumont, Texas had their gator’s pool ice over. The park’s alligator’s snout froze protruding above the ice for air. Alligators use a hibernation process, called brumation, to cope with the cold weather.
 
BURMESE PYTHON EGGS HATCH
Field Reporter: Heather Krohe, Little Rack Taxidermy




Florida's fight against the invasive species Burmese pythons is not getting any easier.
 
ARKANSAS COWBOY USES HORSEPOWER TO PULL SNOW STUCK CARS




A North Little Rock, Arkansas cowboy, Doc Leavy, during a recent snowstorm used his horse, Champ, to help drivers stuck in the snow. The Cowboy believes his horse is just as strong as a tractor. He has helped dozens of stranded drivers in the past and continues to ride through trails when adverse weather occurs to help others.
 
DOCTOR DRIVES ATV THROUGH BLIZZARD TO DELIVER BABY

During Iowa’s recent winter storms in January, Dr. Chase Brown from Shenandoah, Iowa didn’t let a snowstorm stop him from delivering a baby. Dr. Chase hopped on his ATV and braved the snowstorm, sub-zero temperatures and snow drifts to get to the hospital where he delivered a healthy baby!
 

FEATURE

PLANNING TIPS TO WALT DISNEY WORLD THEME PARKS


Prepare for the adventure of a lifetime at Disney World with these essential tips for success!
Who would have thought in this day or age, that expensive family destinations like Walt Disney World or Walt Disney Land, Universal Studios too could quickly undo any joy there was to be had by not planning for the destinations as well. We’re not talking about the stress of gathering the family, or the high prices that come with visiting these theme parks. We are talking about the overwhelming feeling of once arriving on property to only then learn, for example Disney has its own nomenclature, its own language. 
 
So much is the overwhelming factor over taking guests to these theme parks, visitors are taking classes on “Walt Disney World” prior to boarding a plane. The complicated system that Disney World functions upon has left many unprepared travelers with the let down feeling and regretting having done the trip, as learning the Disney lingo and landscape can almost feel monumental instead of “Magical”. Today we are tackling tips to survive Disney World located in Orlando, Florida.
 
WHAT CONSISTS OF WALT DISNEY WORLD
First thing to know about Walt Disney World is it is made up of four main parks, but then there are also the Disney Water Parks too. The four Walt Disney World Parks are Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom and Epcot. Disney World is not meant to be seen in ONE day. Instead, it is highly recommended to enjoy it over several days if time and money allows. This means visiting one Disney Park per day and even reserving a day in between for rest around the pool or some down time.
 

If you have never traveled to Disney World and are going with a group that includes children, we suggest booking through a trusted travel agent and one that offers travel insurance or through Disney’s booking agents and inquiring about their travel insurance. Reason being is that depending on your party size, age and the cost; peace of mind knowing that at the last minute your trip might be canceled or cut short, all the money is not lost. If booking thru Disney World or a travel agent, be sure to ask if there are any special offers, for example there are

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