A few weeks ago before it became so very hot, my family went camping. During that camping trip, we hit the trails to explore the area. My son is always thinking of Disney (wonder where he gets that from!) and spotted this on a tree along the trail. He screamed, “Look Mom! A hidden Mickey! Take a picture.”
And who can blame my son? Finding Mickey Mouse in and outside of the parks is a load of fun. In fact, my co-host Kristen from CookingWithMickey.info enjoys added her own Hidden Mickeys throughout her house. She says most people do not even notice them but they make her smile daily!
As you can imagine, the photo above of the Hidden Mickey found in a Tennessee State Park is not in the official Hidden Mickey guide book by Steve Barrett. During several of my last vacation to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, I was told of another Hidden Mickey that was not in the official book yet but was to be added in the future. The cast member was so excited to have found this Hidden Mickey. For those of you interested in seeing this one firsthand, you need to head to the Honey I Shrunk the Kids play area. Once inside the chaos, find the Kodacolor film roll slide. When facing the slide, look to the right on the brown “root” that is between the slide and the walk way that lead in front of the Kodacolor film roll slide. Mickey is hidden there in the brown “root”.
Last time I looked, this Hidden Mickey was not included in the official Hidden Mickey book. Have you seen this great Hidden Mickey? If you have others you would like to share, please email them to me at natalie (at) meetthemagic.com.
If you are interested in finding Hidden Mickeys, find these two books by the publishing company, The Intrepid Traveler, under these titles: Hidden Mickeys and Disneyland’s Hidden Mickeys by Steven Barrett.