/ Monday, July 15th, 2013

As you know, this series asks you (if you dare!) to get inside my Disney-obsessed mind and figure out what Disney reference I am thinking of when I go about my everyday life here in suburban New Jersey.

Last week, I featured an image from our local library, which had the word “read” written in a number of different languages.  The Disney reference that popped into my mind was indeed the end of it’s a small world, where greetings are posted in languages from around the world.  It seems everyone read my mind!  From the correct entries I selected one at random to receive a mystery ticket; congratulations to John, who will receive a WDW Radio Mystery ticket.

This week’s picture comes from the local county park, where the bell from our town’s first schoolhouse is displayed as part of a tribute to individuals from the area who have served our country.  Every time I drive past it, I am reminded of something in Walt Disney World.  What could it be?  Can you read my mind?


There could be several Disney-related things that could have popped into my mind, but I will award randomly a mystery ticket each week to someone who correctly guesses what was the first Disney reference that popped into my mind when I saw the image. 

In the comments, please share what you think I was thinking,… and share what Disney reference comes into your mind when you see it!



24 thoughts on “What Is That Girl Thinking: The Bell”

  1. The Liberty Bell in Liberty Square at Magic Kingdom

  2. Steamboat Eddie says:

    The Liberty Bell in Liberty Square?

    Have a great day!

  3. Happy Keller says:

    The Liberty Bell reproduction which is on display as you enter Liberty Square.

  4. Mike N says:

    Liberty Square?

  5. Well, a number of ideas come to mind, but what is most prominent is the area around the Frontierland Liberty Belle Steamboat. I’m not sure why .. it just does!

  6. Brett says:

    Liberty square in epcot

  7. Kevin W says:

    The bell on the Mark Twain?

  8. Jessica says:

    The liberty bell in Liberty Square

  9. Tony E (BacksideOfWater) says:

    the Liberty Bell in Liberty Square

  10. Cassandra says:

    How can you not think of Liberty Square in Magic Kingdom when you see that bell?

    Also, since my brain tends to immediately jump to food (hi, Lou!) it reminds me of the patriotic guy ringing the bell outside the Columbia Harbour House.

    Mmmm lobster rolls….

  11. Diane Jones says:

    The bell in Liberty Square.

  12. Yaelle says:

    The bell in Liberty Square of course.

  13. Michael Campe says:

    Hello Christy, I think of Liberty Square and of course the Liberty Bell but it also reminds me of the bell on the paddle boat on the rivers of America from a very long time ago in Disneyland – circa 1967.

  14. Joe says:

    Toontown townhall bell maybe?

  15. John says:

    I gotta go with the Liberty Bell replica in Liberty Square.

  16. Jen Stevens says:

    The Liberty Bell in Liberty Square!

  17. Jenn says:

    The Liberty Bell in Liberty Square.

  18. Ted says:

    Looks like the Liberty Bell in Liberty Square in Walt Disney World.
    Where’s the Liberty Tree with the 13 lanterns?

  19. Elaine says:

    The Liberty Bell in Liberty Square. Also the bells on the trains at the station that we hear when entering Magic Kingdom.

  20. Nicole DeMeo-Teta says:

    I believe you are thinking about The Liberty Square bell! It stands eight feet tall, weighs two and a half tons, and is made of copper, tin, lead, zinc, arsenic, gold and silver!!

  21. Becky McKenna says:

    The Liberty Bell in Liberty Square.

  22. Ian Martin says:

    The replica of the Liberty Bell in Liberty Square!

  23. Richie says:

    Liberty Square for sure!!!!!

  24. Krisanne Vigliotti says:

    The American Adventure in Epcot