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Quarantined Family Builds “Pirates of the Caribbean” Ride at Home!

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If you can’t visit Disneyland (because it’s, you know, closed), then build it at home! That’s the approach the Thorncock family took. They constructed “Pirates of the Caribbean” — their favorite Disney ride — inside their house.

The DIY attraction includes fun recreations from the real thing: A stairway serves as the big drop before Dead Man’s Cove. A would-be drunken pirate swigs from a bottle. The family’s dog plays jailkeeper.

The Thorncocks recorded their creation and posted it on YouTube.

“It only took us about an hour-and-a-half to put everything together,” Brin Thorcock told SyFy Wire. We shot it on our phones and I edited in my phone as well!”

Yo-ho, yo-ho!

— Chris

Featured image: ©iStock.com/Oleksii Liskonih

H/T: Fox News Travel

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