On Wednesday, Canada said goodbye to another lumberjack, Jason, who was finishing his program. Standard boot toss, handprints and certificate presentation during the day, as well as an Amazing Race-themed speech. That night, all the merchies but one gathered at Coronado Springs to say goodbye. It turns out you can fit a heck of a lot of Canadians into a hotel room. The next day, we not only said goodbye to another lumberjack, Isabelle, but also a coordinator and, for people at the end of their work week, a manager. Brutal, Disney. To soften the blow of losing so many people, Lesley and I went to Magic Kingdom, where it is apparently already Fall and the Halloween decorations are out in full swing.
|Rodi (our highest seniority lumberjack), Dave (departing coordinator) and I.|
Dave's dreamcatcher on his nametag is standard for departing (honourary) Canadians.
|It was August, and it was also Fall.|
|An epic of Epcot epicness.|
Can you find me?
|Moose antlers for Canadians!|
I'm far right in the second-to-back row.
|Disney details in the Animal Kingdom Lodge Jambo House sample rooms.|
Note: You'd think it would be cooler in Florida at 7:45 in the morning. Not even slightly.
Thanks to: Angela and Tiffany, as I see I have mail from both of you. Huzzah!