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WDW - Fort Wilderness

Red Rover, Red Rover, Send Tige Over
Red Rover, Red Rover, Send Tige Over

1/6 /2007

Our location - Orlando, FL

Disney's Fort Wilderness Campground

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Fort Wilderness The sign is a little blurry.  But, we finally made it to FLORIDA!
Fort Wilderness The old I-10 bridge over Escambia Bay in Pensacola was damaged during Hurricane Ivan.  Well, they have built a new bridge and it was just recently opened.
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Fort Wilderness 2 lanes of traffic each way.  It looks like this one bridge will handle both directions for a while.  And another span will be built.
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Fort Wilderness We arrived at Walt Disney World Fort Wilderness Park early in the afternoon on Saturday, January 6.  We got one of only 2 pull-thru sites in the park.  We had asked for one when we made our reservations back in September.  But, really we never expected to get one!  This campground is set up in loops rather than straight rows of campsites, and they are pretty tight.  Backing into one of these sites is challenging at best.  Mark was prepared for a back-in, but was not looking forward to it. . We got lucky today!

Red Rover in "Plutoland."
Fort Wilderness  
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Fort Wilderness How Disney made a pull-thru...  They selected an existing site that backs up to the main road.  They knocked down the foliage between a site and the road and spread gravel.  We understand that this is an experiment.  I would say that if Disney finds the pull-thrus successful, they will probably extend the concrete pads.
Fort Wilderness We even found a hole in the trees for the internet satellite.  The other pull-thru site is in the background.
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Fort Wilderness Normally there would be trees behind us to block the road.  But it is not obtrusive.
Fort Wilderness There is another HDT on the loop.
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