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  1. There's a Mickey lake in the middle of the infield. Best seen from the Goodyear blimp.
    REPORTED: TR Shaw 19 JAN 97
    CONFIRMED: Rob Warden 26 JAN 97
    While watching the Indy 200 on ABC, I noticed the pond, or rather, ponds, which undoubtedly made from the extraction of dirt to build up the banking for the curves of the Walt Disney World Speedway, was the very familiar shape of our good buddy, Mickey! It was easy to see from the Goodyear Blimp circling the track and property!
    CONFIRMED: Skip Caraway 30 JAN 97
    CONFIRMED: Mary Rogers 01 FEB 97
    CONFIRMED: anon 09 MAR 97
    CONFIRMED: Ryan Barker 21 AUG 97
    CONFIRMED: Frank Finnegan 27 MAY 98
    CONFIRMED: Jon Beake 22 FEB 99
    CONFIRMED: George Nichols 27 FEB 99
    You can even look at it from space - look at the picture taken on 17 January 1998 by the SPIN-2 satilite
    CONFIRMED: Dave Anthony 12 MAR 99
    CONFIRMED: Dale 18 MAR 99
    CONFIRMED: Ashlin 07 JUN 99
    CONFIRMED: Dan Swift 08 JUN 99
    CONFIRMED: anon 27 MAY 01
    There is a beautiful "hidden" Mickey in the infield at Richard Petty Driving Experience at Walt Disny World.
    CONFIRMED: Dan Hill 13 SEP 01
    CONFIRMED: Russell Warning 29 NOV 01
    If you look at the Disney Race Track from a satellite photo, you can see Mickey's head right in the middle of the track.
    CONFIRMED: Jeff Davis 09 FEB 02
    CONFIRMED: Steve 30 MAR 02
    CONFIRMED: Michelle Heisler 07 FEB 06
    Found this 'hidden mickey' bumbling around Google maps - it presence seemed laughable until I realized what part of Florida I was looking at. I'm almost certain its been sighted/mentioned/confirmed/photographed/identified/called-out before, but after googling until I my eyes can no longer focus properly I have been unable to find any reference to this Mickey. It appears immediately south of a rather large parking lot. I'm guessing its a visitor/customer lot judging from its sheer size and the trams. Given that this Mickey is so close to what I assume is a publicly accessible site suggests that it is not 'behind the scenes' or in some other off-limits or 'employee only' area. Anyone should be able to see and identify it from the ground if they care to look. You can follow the asphault and monorail tracks to other points of interest.)
    CONFIRMED: anon 25 APR 06


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