Other prepping for F&G was the planting of flowers along the bank of the lagoon.
Before leaving Epcot for the day we popped into Mouse Gear – the huge shop near the entrance/exit to look at (and quite possibly purchase!) the Disney merch!
Here are some of the things I loved on this trip! There was a LOT of Disney snack-themed merchandise this year and I was not mad at it at all!
Looking through my receipts I can see I bought a cupcake plush, a macaron plush, and a Mickey popsicle mould so that I can make Mickey Ice Cream Premium Bars at home!
Purple Potion was the latest color-trend at Disney on our trip – which was really handy because it’s my favorite color!
I already had the ears and I really, really, wanted one of the Loungefly backpacks, but they were NINETY-FIVE DOLLARS. I tried so hard to justify it, but I couldn’t. The purses/wallets were I think $60 – so just as pricey.
I knew I would only ever use it on Disney trips and this was somewhat of a budget trip for us and my merch-buying funds were on the low side.
As I’m reaching the end of writing today’s trip report I’m nearly out of photos in my folder, and realised I didn’t share a couple from earlier in the day, so I’m putting them here!
The first couple are of Wilderness Lodge, with a bit more hand lettering from yours truly. I had planned to do this at all locations we visited, but ended up forgetting a lot of the time!
Then we saw this car as said…
Back home at Wilderness Lodge we ended up getting dinner from Roaring Fork, the resort’s Quick Service Location.
Roaring Fork » Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Me: Gourmet Grilled Cheese – Mozzarella, Arugula, Tomato, and Carmelized Onions on Multigrain Bread with French Fries ($9.99)
Him: 10-Hour Smoked Pulled Pork Sandwich – Apple Barbecue, Creamy Slaw on a Sweet Brioche Roll with French Fries ($10.99)
Us: Strawberry Cupcake ($5.49)
I have to say I was a bit disappointed with my grilled cheese. I do love a cheese-toastie and this was really lacking in flavor!
Steve loved his pulled pork sandwich, and the cupcake was yummy – enough to share as Disney cupcakes are so big and full of frosting!
Roaring Fork »
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Bill: $26.47 + Tax: $1.73 + Tip: $0 = $28.20
Total Paid: $28.20
And that’s it for day 3 of Four Resorts, Two Festivals 2019! Tomorrow we are off to Hollywood Studios to see the [new at the time] Toy Story Land!
Read about the day after:
Day 4: Hooray for Hollywood!
Hollywood Studios; Lunch from Woody’s Lunch Box
Read about the day before:
Day 2: In The Wilderness!
Check-in: Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge; Lunch from Roaring Fork; Dinner from Geyser Point Bar & Grill
More Disney Trip Reports
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- Christmas at Disneyland Paris 2015
- Halloween in The Wilderness 2015
- Dine Around Disney 2014
- Back To The Magic 2013
- The First Time 2011
- Disneyland Paris 2010
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The camera I use for my Disney photography is a Canon EOS 70D.
The two main lenses I use: Sigma 18-300mm F3.5-6.3 DC Macro and Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC Art. Both of these lenses will also fit Nikon and Sony DSLRs.
I also take some photos on my iPhone7 for sharing on social media – follow my Disney Instagram account – LoveDisneyPhotos
Pool photos are taken with: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5. A similar model is the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT30EB-A
Videos are taken with Panasonic HC-V720, although the newer model is the Panasonic HC-V770.
Any photo editing is done with Photoshop or with Instagram editing features and filters.