|But I did find a boat at the Orlando Premium Outlets (Megan did too).|
On Wednesday, there were so many lumberjacks in Epcot Canada that I was tasking for the first half of my shift. I did some actual stocking and useful things, etc, but after all that was done I found a large Canadian flag and held it in the wind on the promenade (the path that connect all the pavilions in World Showcase) while a family asked me to provide them with some Canadian trivia. I talked a lot about the Rideau Canal (I really hope it's the longest outdoor skating rink in the world). Wednesday also marked the arrival of a new group of Cultural Representatives. I know, so soon! Wednesday evening was the Canadian "Throw-In", which is a big welcome party thrown by the old Canadians for the new Canadians. They sang us the national anthem, introduced themselves and assigned us all a sibling to whom we could ask any questions. It was a little late for me to be thrown in, but the vast majority of my arrival group missed our throw-in, so...whatever!
|Patricia (from Germany) and I at Blizzard Beach. |
The park was surprisingly devoid of actual guests though.
|This is where Ice Gator, the Blizzard Beach mascot, skied through one of the cabins.|
Note: One Mr. Twining of Twining's tea is visiting Epcot shortly! I'll bet he goes for the tea tour in the United Kingdom pavilion.
Thanks to: That one Shell gas attendant for the Disney discount on gas! YES!