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  1. Not sure if this info will be helpful - the thread I found it in is pretty old - but there was mention that someone used him in 2016... I also found these recommendations, again from old threads... Frank's Mobile RV (407) 922-7302 Camping Connection RV Service, Parts and Accessories (407) 397-2267 Good luck!
  2. From the Disney Parks Blog... https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2020/11/park-hopper-option-returns-to-walt-disney-world-resort-starting-january-2021/?CMP=SOC-DPFY21Q1wo1119200007A&fbclid=IwAR1UR6iqogAKqYyAEjX_BIrqGgKcedYveTlX1Lf7z0YRoJtJjum_hJIh2W8
  3. The other thing that's been mentioned is that since everything in the parks still isn't open (some restaurants, shows, etc.), people are concentrating into a smaller number of "things to do." So even though capacity in the parks is much smaller than pre-COVID normal, ride times are still not super short and it feels busier in the areas that are open.
  4. Spiffy! Although a bit funny that the Fort will have it before my town does.
  5. I'd read that Disney had filed liens back in September against money owed. Just read this... https://wdwnt.com/2020/10/breaking-disney-officially-taking-ownership-of-all-morocco-pavilion-businesses-at-epcot/
  6. I expect the merch for the 50th to make the Year of a Million Dreams look like a bake sale.
  7. Thanks for sharing this Gretchen. I think most of us here have had visits to WDW made all the more magical by terrific CMs, and I'm all for a way to give back and help support them now. Along the same lines I found this... https://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2020/10/04/heres-a-list-of-disney-cast-member-owned-businesses-you-can-support/?fbclid=IwAR1jXHpoTShe3f7zxvsSkb5tuPFOf3bjlJXhlNt7DFcZokcDEk2yza2u5gQ The one thing I'd caution people when it comes to donations is to make sure you know who you're donating to. Unfortunately when bad things happen there are always awful people lo
  8. It's not just Disney either. I know first hand how other companies are using the current situation as an excuse to thin their ranks/cut services, in particular when it comes to higher paid employees. I totally get that when your business takes a big financial hit you need to make changes and get leaner to survive, but what I'm seeing myself is going beyond that to the point that the work/sales have rebounded considerably in the past couple of months, yet no staffing back up is taking place. Instead the employees that are left are being expected to pick up the slack - sometimes by holes
  9. I'm really sorry to hear that TCD. I've been in that "you gave a company your heart, soul and loyalty for years only to get dropped like a hot potato" seat before and it really does stings. Throw the fact that the company is Disney and all that means to them as well, and I'm sure it hurts all the more. I hope they're both able to put their skills and all they've learned over the years to use with new jobs and companies that will truly appreciate them. `
  10. I expect we'll sadly see a lot of this kind of entertainment eliminated right now.
  11. I see what you did there. 😎 Glad it all worked out in the end.
  12. Starting to sound like it's going to be "refurbish all (or at least a bunch) of the things" time for a while. Makes sense to do it while crowds are low and before the 50th next year.
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