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  1. Massive Land Cleared For TRON

    If you the smokers trail from the train station to Space Mountain. I don't think so for now. Right now the construction looks to be on the outside of the railroad tracks toward the Cotemporary.
  2. Well, I gave in..

    Pretty sweet. A/C unit and an awning. Do the make some sort of pop up room you could mount on the hauler deck ? That would add a fair amount of room for extra sleep or dining area.
  3. Before the Great Movie Ride shut down. Somebody turned the flower bed sprinklers on right in front of the theatre. A couple hundred strollers were soaking wet. That'll teach ya to park in an unapproved spot.
  4. Yes an over 12 only day once in a while would be nice.
  5. River Country

    There is still a lot of improvement they could do without taking any more land. Add sewer to the tent sites. Our 25ft C Class could easily fit on most tent sites. We've only ever camped at the Fort the week after Thanksgiving but in all the years we've done so the tent loops look pretty lean. Probably due to the cooler conditions in late November. The sites on the main road side in the 600 and 800 loops could be turned into "pull through" sites without a whole lot of interruption. Just open them up so you can pull into the site directly from the main road. Add some sites along the sandy trail behind the 300 loop and make them "Ultra Lakeside sites"
  6. River Country

    Yes to Disney it's like Monopoly money. I'm sure there's a pile of environmental impact studies and permits that would slow things down. And add to the cost. But at FW the break even would come pretty fast.
  7. River Country

    Having at least one loop added with pull through sites would be great. Some of those larger coaches seem to struggle in a few of the tighter loops. Plus the tent loops could be convert to full hook ups also. But the amount of underground work required for sewer, water and power to be distributed to all the sites is cost prohibitive to Disney.
  8. River Country

    I'll bring the steaks.
  9. My youngest (15) was with us this trip. We thought it would be fun to collect them at night and park them on the beach next to the pirate ship. Mom wasn't on board... Something about petty theft and bail money.
  10. That's all we ever took along to Disney when our boys were little. And it fit inside of a carry bag for a folding camp chair, so it was easy to check with our luggage when we flew. A new gripe I had this past trip and it's a legit safety concern. At the Yacht Club people leave their scooters and double wide strollers parked in the hallways at night so as not to take up any of their precious space in the room. I'm sure the fire Marshal wouldn't be too impressed.
  11. I couldn't have said it better myself, sir. Nothing better than waiting in line with an open bus door in front of you. And watching people in front of you try to fold a stroller and realizing after 4 attempts it's not going to fold with 2 backpacks and a full size Coleman cooler inside of it. And then clogging the NO BAGS security entrance at the parks because, and I quote "That's not a bag it's a storage compartment on the stroller".
  12. I like the company's claim that they have been certified as a stroller. It's amazing that an agency exists with the authority to certify a product as a stroller.
  13. https://www.keenz.us/7s-stroller-wagon.html Just read a discussion on a facebook group in which several people claim these Chitty-Chitty -Bang- Bang looking things are approved for use in Disney Parks. I have yet to see any, but it should add to the entertainment at the bus stops. Watching one of these units being unloaded and folded up.
  14. River Country

    That was one of the questions I had when we did a DVC tour. Was told "no problem" to use points toward the Fort, but friends who are DVC members told us different after trying. It was a real pain for them to use DVC points at the Fort.