As Promised... WildernessLodgeSite.com

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As Promised... WildernessLodgeSite.com

We've been hard at work again, and have this time turned our photos and experiences into a tribute site to another of our favorite hotels: Disney's Wilderness Lodge and Villas. clapping

There's a lot of detail on this one, so any feedback and comments from our members would be hugely helpful. What'd we forget?

WildernessLodgeSite.com: A fan site for the Wilderness Lodge and Villas

Thanks in advance for your feedback! mickey

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See below; this post got messed up.

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Wow--this one's really great! The activities and Fort Wilderness sections are fantastic!

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Another excellent website! You're very good at this.

I'm going to head over to this resort after horseback riding to check it out. I'm a big fan of Native American culture, so I'll be interested to see that part of the theming. How's the food at Roaring Fork?

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SoloFriendly wrote:
Another excellent website! You're very good at this.

I'm going to head over to this resort after horseback riding to check it out. I'm a big fan of Native American culture, so I'll be interested to see that part of the theming. How's the food at Roaring Fork?



Thanks!

Roaring Fork has some tasty looking pizzas and sandwiches. They also have a self-serve, soft-serve ice cream machine! For you, SF, they have a grilled vegetable sandwich and a vegetarian salad. Smile

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Veggie/cheese pizza is one of the ways I can survive vegetarianism, don't discount the pizza!

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I'm starting to think I've misled you all into thinking I am a vegetarian. For the record, I do eat meat, I just don't like to eat it at every meal.

I will say, though, that RF's veggie options sound good, as does the soft-serve ice cream. awesome

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I'm starting to think I've misled you all into thinking I am a vegetarian. For the record, I do eat meat, I just don't like to eat it at every meal.

so you're having a turkey leg as soon as you arrive?

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so you're having a turkey leg as soon as you arrive?

Dear God, no. I have never had a desire to eat one of those.

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Maybe that's why you don't like meat that much, you're missing the best stuff! biggrin

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SoloFriendly wrote:

Dear God, no. I have never had a desire to eat one of those.



Me either. Ew.

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Turkey legs were pretty much the whole reason I used to go to the Renaissance fair. Much like Corn Dogs and the State fair!

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dsoup wrote:
Turkey legs were pretty much the whole reason I used to go to the Renaissance fair. Much like Corn Dogs and the State fair!


I knew there were more good reasons why I didn't go to the Renaissance Fairs.

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