Additionally, you can get these Mickey Mouse wall stickers for infants and toddlers as well, with the whole gang, Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto coming in the baby Disney variety. You'll be able to put the whole crew of baby Disney on the wall or ceiling of your baby's room and he or she will grow up with the characters we all love.
Wall appliques are a small reminder of the magic of Mickey Mouse, and the rest of the characters. These Mickey Mouse wall stickers are also available in many of the other much loved Disney characters such as Minnie, Pluto, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and more, with the main characters supplemented by those from the movies such as Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Snow White and Dumbo.
Disney is the perfect way to inspire your kid's imaginative abilities and inspire them to think broader and grander than the everyday world, but if Mickey Mouse wall stickers aren't quite your style there are many others to choose from, a virtual cornucopia of characters form all sorts of children's books and movies. Whatever you choose these vinyl wall stickers are sure to bring happiness to any room.
These decals aren't going to be a hassle to take off when its time and you don't need to go poking holes in your wall, or ripping the plaster or wall paper with tape. These removable wall decals are also stain resistant, because as every parent knows - kids are messy. These Mickey Mouse wall stickers are also great even if you only need them up for a day or so, such as for a party.
By Byron Murray
Oct 18, 2008
New hiking trails in the area therefore updating directions:
To reach Mickey Mouse Wall, take the road to Eldo and turn left on County Road 67 (paved) right before the town. Go about 300 yards to a locked gate. Park here.
Hike up the maintained gravel road, avoiding a left after about 0.5 mile, and continue through a rock cut. Continue hiking up the road aka "Fowler Trail" avoiding a few single track trails heading off to the right. Continue hiking up the road avoiding roads that go off to the right up to the Conda Quarry. At an intersection with a road and a gate on the right continue straight onto a double track for about 100 feet and then take a right onto a single track. Continue on the single track avoiding a left single track aka "Goshawk Ridge Trail" all the way to the train tracks.
At the tracks, turn left and go through tunnel 6 (there will be a "T6" sign). Listen for trains first, be careful, and go fast!
The wall is immediately on the other side of the tunnel. There is a very poor trail right under the wall, and big talus (preferable) a little to the left. Hike up to your route.