In the summer of 1988, EPCOT was celebrating the arrival of Norway – World Showcase’s 11th pavilion. The pavilion had soft-opened that May, with a grand opening celebration following in June. So by the time of Walt Disney World’s 4th of July parade, it was time to give people a glimpse of the pavilion and […]
Sometimes, things are way funnier when presented out of context:
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Michael Eisner didn’t get EPCOT.
He didn’t understand it, he didn’t like it. He wanted to make it more “exciting.”
And so, when he arrived at Walt Disney Productions in 1984, those grand expansion plans for the park were all put away, never to be seen again. Instead, EPCOT would begin to see a series […]
Fort Wilderness Resort, 1988
I’m sorry that things have been a little mappy lately, but they’re just so darn interesting. I promise I’m working on some meatier stories, though. Time takes time!
In any case, we’re at Fort Wilderness in 1988. You may or may not know of my intense love for Fort Wilderness, but […]