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Cindy F
12-15-2008, 06:33 PM
Well, we're at the Fort now for our first time and love it! All the bus waiting stuff gets a bit old and boring but it's not too long of a wait each time so we can roll with it.

The campfire sing a long was great, DD loved 'smores/movie, I love being anywhere in the camper and we all love the boat to MK.

We're planning on watching the fireworks from the beach then taking the boat to MK (we all enjoy that too) for extra magic hours tonight. Then tomorrow is EPCOT and my favorite Disney thing of all time, the Candlelight Processional.

DD was very surprised at the "disneyfied camper" and I'm so glad I did it for her. The Mickey and Minnie pocket sandwich maker is fantastic and I highly recommend it for anyone but especially those with kids. It makes quick and easy pocket sandwiches at the campsite (and little pocket pies!).

Okay, I'm rambling a bit here....can you tell we're happy and excited to be here? Here's a few pics of the camper and campground, I'll take some of the site tomorrow.

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Cindy F
12-15-2008, 06:37 PM
I'm sorry, I don't know why some of the pictures are gigantic.

CCIntrigue
12-15-2008, 06:39 PM
Love the pics! Oh, how I wish I could be there too!

VACAMPER
12-15-2008, 06:58 PM
Thanks for sharing the pictures. I love that you decorated the camper.....what fun.:thumbsup2

2goofycampers
12-15-2008, 07:02 PM
Sounds like a great start, can't wait to hear of the rest of your trip. I love the Disneyfied camper. popcorn::

OK GRUMPY
12-15-2008, 07:07 PM
Glad you having Fun at the Fort is so wonderful. Love how you decorated your camper it so cute!
Can't wait to see more!

daddyphat808
12-15-2008, 09:53 PM
Seeing the tent ends on your camper makes me want to go out and setup ours just to see if it feels like the fort! Great pics!

Cindy F
12-16-2008, 12:50 AM
Thanks for the compliments! I had a great time doing all the things to disneyfy the camper. I think making the Mickey Mouse head tree ornaments and the Disney pop up cushion backs were my favorite
http://i194.photobucket.com/albums/z101/CindyRN2/Disney%20Camper/IMG_1239.jpg

Amazing what you can do with a couple of pictures, photoshop, and some iron on printer paper isn't it?
....although I did like making the shower valance too. It was all a surprise for DD and she just loved it!

Here's a picture of that sandwich maker (http://cgi.ebay.com/Vitantonio-Mickey-&-minnie-Mouse-Waffle-Sandwich-Maker_W0QQitemZ120348799878QQcmdZViewItemQQimsxZ20 081212?IMSfp=TL0812121210003r18191)
It's one that someone is selling on ebay but I think the auction is only for another day so the pictures may not be there after the next day or so.

After we got back from MK tonight, we used the sandwich maker to make blueberry pies-just buttered bread with blueberry pie filling in it, close the sandwich maker until done, take out and sprinkle with powdered sugar. We made them outside at the picnic table and ate them while playing cards in the screen room. Tomorrow we're going to try making the pizza pocket ones. This thing is perfect for the camper and now DD can make her own grilled cheese sandwiches at home by herself.

Have I mentioned how much I love camping? ~grin~
We got the resort mug drink plan, which has come in very handy-just drop in any time and fill it up. I think it's well worth the $13 or so dollars for unlimited refills. Drawback? Every time you go to fill your mug, you have to see and smell the food at Trail's End. We haven't tried it yet but we're being lured in slowly but surely ;)

Tonight we got on the boat from the marina to go over to MK and just as we were pulling out, the fireworks started. The boat driver pulled out into the middle of the water and we just idled and watched the fireworks. We've seen Wishes at least 35-40 times but tonight's view was the best HANDS DOWN!

The Fort does have a HUGE drawback that bugs the life out of me and here it is:

"Mama, can we go back to the campground? Mama.....mama....mama can you hear me?.....MAMA!! Can we go back to the Fort? When are we going back? Do we have to go to Magic Kingdom? Okay." 2 hours into Magic Kingdom, "Mama, can we go back to the Fort?" :headache:
So guess what? We went back to the Fort. :) .

I'm sure I'll have some more aimless rambling to post tomorrow ~grin~

Born 2 Fish
12-16-2008, 07:11 AM
I'm sorry, I don't know why some of the pictures are gigantic.

Where did you get those GIGANTIC pictures !!
Just kidding,,myself, I like big pictures.And those are some good ones BTW.:thumbsup2

Us3
12-16-2008, 07:23 AM
The Fort does have a HUGE drawback that bugs the life out of me and here it is:

"Mama, can we go back to the campground? Mama.....mama....mama can you hear me?.....MAMA!! Can we go back to the Fort? When are we going back? Do we have to go to Magic Kingdom? Okay." 2 hours into Magic Kingdom, "Mama, can we go back to the Fort?" :headache:
So guess what? We went back to the Fort. :) .

:thumbsup2 kids and the fort just go together dont they? (kids at heart too) The Disneyfied camper is too cute...you should be proud of the memory you created for you dd!

I'm really enjoying your photos and rambling (haha)...looking forward to more!

DaveInTN
12-16-2008, 07:34 AM
The Fort does have a HUGE drawback that bugs the life out of me and here it is:

"Mama, can we go back to the campground? Mama.....mama....mama can you hear me?.....MAMA!! Can we go back to the Fort? When are we going back? Do we have to go to Magic Kingdom? Okay." 2 hours into Magic Kingdom, "Mama, can we go back to the Fort?" :headache:
So guess what? We went back to the Fort. :) .

On our last two trips to the Fort we felt the same way, so...we just got back from a week there where we did NO PARKS! We enjoyed all the Fort has to offer, such as canoeing, using the pool, going to the campfire program, sitting on the porch at TE enjoying a drink, riding our bikes around, and looping at night enjoying all the lights. We also went to Downtown Disney a couple times and checked out some of the other hotels to see their holiday displays. The thing is, we never got bored or wished we had done parks. I think there is nothing better than hanging out at the Fort!

Cindy F
12-16-2008, 09:58 AM
On our last two trips to the Fort we felt the same way, so...we just got back from a week there where we did NO PARKS! We enjoyed all the Fort has to offer, such as canoeing, using the pool, going to the campfire program, sitting on the porch at TE enjoying a drink, riding our bikes around, and looping at night enjoying all the lights. We also went to Downtown Disney a couple times and checked out some of the other hotels to see their holiday displays. The thing is, we never got bored or wished we had done parks. I think there is nothing better than hanging out at the Fort!


We were just saying that exact thing last night..."This isn't really the place to stay if you want to do the parks-it's more of a destination in itself". I'm glad we "discovered" The Fort for that very reason. Our resident seasonal passes run out in March and we can't renew them since we have moved out of state, so for the first time in 8 years-we won't have passes to go anytime we want. After a year or 2 we'll probably get another set of passes at regular price but I can't really justify the cost to myself right now since we've been anywhere from 3-5 times a year for the past 8 years. However, coming to The Fort will be perfect for all the reasons you mentioned-now I see why people come here and don't "do the parks".

We all woke up sick this morning (courtesy of flu encrusted heater fix it man at our house before we left) but I'd rather be sick at The Fort than sick at home! I will be posting more pics once the Dayquil and Tamiflu kicks in and we can get going. :yay:

daddyphat808
12-16-2008, 10:13 AM
We live 3 1/2 hours away and try and go a couple of times a year. I told my DW that we are booking a week next time w go and we are not going to do very much but hang at th Fort. We always go for a few days and with the little kids we run a bit to much. Just like everyone that goes to the Fort. I am ready to go back and we have been back for just two weeks!

We have some Disney touches to our camper but I am thinking of getting a good old Musket Mickey decal on it somewhere!

grlscoutmouse
12-17-2008, 02:09 PM
Your camper looks WONDERFUL...Hope you have a great time.

dtoes91
12-17-2008, 02:11 PM
So are you all telling me that 8 & 11 yr old boys will rather be in the Fort than in the parks?? :sad2: Could've saved me some money on those 10 day park tickets!

Oh well, it's Christmas & we'll be in DISNEY!!!!!!! :cool1: And that 4 day leave mark below has just been moved up by a day thanks to mother nature. Sure ain't leaving on a snow day! Best to get there a day early than a day late. :woohoo:

4mickey2
12-17-2008, 04:49 PM
i miss disney, esp. at christmas. it is just so expensive at that time of year we only go once in a while. thanks for the pics they were great.

Cindy F
12-20-2008, 08:43 PM
How about some more ginormous pictures?

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Cindy F
12-20-2008, 08:44 PM
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2goofycampers
12-20-2008, 09:58 PM
Great pix. I almost feel like I'm there. :thumbsup2

ilovejack02
12-20-2008, 10:00 PM
ughhhh I want to go back NOW!!!

We were at the Fort Oct 07 for 11 days and went again this Sept but stayed at All Star. While we had a nice time, we will never stray from our beloved Fort again.

We are going next Christmas prob the week before xmas and will only hit the parks a cpl of days. We really want to spend more time around the campground.

Thanks for posting the pics.. makes me "homesick" lol.
Cant wait!!

lklasing
12-20-2008, 10:01 PM
Fablous pics! Makes me miss our home away from home!

DznyRulz
12-21-2008, 01:29 AM
Great pics. I can smell the cooking at Trails End now. Sure beats the wife's cooking.

Born 2 Fish
12-21-2008, 07:57 AM
Great Pics !!
Wheres the rest of 'em ?? popcorn::

Cindy F
12-21-2008, 08:49 AM
LOL, I may have some more monstrous pics to post but since I have not done ANY Christmas shopping........guess what I have to do today? :headache: :sad1: :headache: :sad1:


I would much rather hang out on Disboards looking at pics of the Fort and daydreaming :cloud9: :laughing:

4mickey2
12-21-2008, 08:54 AM
i love it.. i can almost feel the heat.. ohhhhh, that's just the pellet stove :).

we are -5 degrees and with the wind chill we are - 27 degrees. it is so cold out.. poor pups walk out the door, stand there for a second or two and come back in.

we took a ride to a nearby town the other day to fill the truck with fuel before the big storm. i loaded the dogs in the truck and they laid right now and got all comfy and cozy and fell asleep. i told jeff that i believe they think we are heading south on a big trip (we do almost every year). i felt bad.

:santa:

FlaFortCampster
12-21-2008, 09:25 AM
Cindy F,

Were you setup in loop 2000 up front near the bus stop?

DznyRulz
12-21-2008, 12:41 PM
LOL, I may have some more monstrous pics to post but since I have not done ANY Christmas shopping........guess what I have to do today? :headache: :sad1: :headache: :sad1:

That's OK. We'll be here when you get back.

Cindy F
12-21-2008, 02:54 PM
.......
we are -5 degrees and with the wind chill we are - 27 degrees.........

This is the part where I say "I am SO VERY GLAD we do not live in North Dakota anymore ~grin~

Cindy F,
Were you setup in loop 2000 up front near the bus stop?

We were at site 18 something? Looking out from our site to the left and across the street, was a short little path to the comfort station and about 1/2 block or so past the C.S. was the bus top. I loved that we were close to the bus stop, within easy walking distance to The Meadows area, and direct access to the comfort station. :love:

I made a green mickey ears sign with my name on it but I didn't put it out since I'm new here and no one would know me anyway! Everyone would be thinking "Who's this Cindy F chick and what's she doing using our green Mickey Ears logo!?"

That's OK. We'll be here when you get back.

Well....$750 later :scared1: :scared1: , the Christmas shopping is done. I'm trying not to think about the fact that we bought our popup for $750 or that I could have stayed at Fort Wilderness for 2 weeks for that :sad2: :guilty: that's very selfish of me isn't it? http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y10/janderson5/ASHAMED.jpg

The presents aren't even wrapped or out of the shopping bags and you see where I'm at! :rotfl:
I need a Fort Wilderness 12 step program.

dwolstenholme
12-21-2008, 04:37 PM
Hey Cindy F! I have one question for you. How do you keep the camper so neat and clean!!????? Ours used to look like a perpetual tornado circling :-)

Cindy F
12-21-2008, 09:28 PM
Hey Cindy F! I have one question for you. How do you keep the camper so neat and clean!!????? Ours used to look like a perpetual tornado circling :-)

Oh, that's easy! Everyone in my family is very clean and helpful and alway clean up after themselves and if they forget, someone else pitches in and cheerfully picks it up for them. I hardly ever have to clean up after anyone.



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BAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Oh my, <wiping tears> that cracked me up just typing it.

Uhhh...the way I keep it so neat and pretty is to set everything up, take all the pictures, and THEN I let the little pigs in to destroy it.

http://i239.photobucket.com/albums/ff123/AngelzCaddy/PIGS/DVC00218.jpg

OK GRUMPY
12-21-2008, 09:41 PM
[QUOTE=Cindy F;29266295]Oh, that's easy! Everyone in my family is very clean and helpful and alway clean up after themselves and if they forget, someone else pitches in and cheerfully picks it up for them. I hardly ever have to clean up after anyone.



Oh you had me going!!:rotfl2:

BradyBz12
12-21-2008, 09:48 PM
Hey Cindy F! I have one question for you. How do you keep the camper so neat and clean!!????? Ours used to look like a perpetual tornado circling :-)

You could use my trick - 3 baskets on the counter for misc "stuff", otherwise... grab broom, open door! :lmao:

Cindy F
12-21-2008, 10:23 PM
I personally like the
I'm-throwing-all-your-crap-in-your-bunk-and-closing-the-curtain approach although I have also used the "I'm- throwing-all-your-crap-in-a-tote-and-setting-it-outside technique with great success ;)

DznyRulz
12-22-2008, 08:31 PM
Well....$750 later :scared1: :scared1: , the Christmas shopping is done.

Ooohh. What didja get me? I'm easy to please. Small bills will do nicely. :santa:

Cindy F
12-23-2008, 12:16 AM
Ooohh. What didja get me? I'm easy to please. Small bills will do nicely. :santa:


LOL! I got you some giant pics of Fort Wilderness~ ~grin~
Now if you head this way and help me make the gallons of red, white, and blue potato salad my family is insisting on for Christmas Eve, I'll give you my brand new, super, duper, extra special, Fort Wilderness Chip and Dale Christmas pin!

Now I agree that the RWB potato salad is wicked, wicked good but all that peeling, chopping, frying, sautee-ing mixing...sigh...what a pain in the rumpus. But man does it go good with some low country boil.

I went to the Fort Wilderness website today and clicked on all the links and tour buttons and now I'm going to scour YouTube for Fort videos.....Ok, I admit it, I need help.

BradyBz12
12-23-2008, 12:25 AM
Now if you head this way and help me make the gallons of red, white, and blue potato salad my family is insisting on for Christmas Eve

Ok, Northerner here who MUST know what RWB potato salad is! Sounds like a recipe that should be on the camping board somewhere. :goodvibes

I did the extent of my Christmas cooking tonight - a big batch of extra-rummy rum balls. :dance3:

Cindy F
12-23-2008, 12:39 PM
Ok, Northerner here who MUST know what RWB potato salad is! Sounds like a recipe that should be on the camping board somewhere. :goodvibes

I did the extent of my Christmas cooking tonight - a big batch of extra-rummy rum balls. :dance3:

I finally got all the cookie baking done yesterday -26 dozen cookies :scared1:

Oh, red, white, and blue potato salad is WICKED good!
Here's the recipe in case you want to make some but I warn you....you will be hooked and it will be YOUR family nagging you to slave away in the kitchen ~grin~

Boil a bunch of red potato chunks (leave the skin on with at least half of the pieces) in salted water with a healthy shot of white vinegar (to help hold the taters together).

Dressing:
1 16 oz container of sour cream
a cup or two? of Mayo
salt and pepper
Lawry's garlic salt
1/2 pound crumbled bacon, cooled
Container of quality crumbled bleu cheese 8oz?
1/2 large chopped vidalia onion sauteed in butter and cooled.

Mix it all up together(squishing up the bleu cheese well) and add your cooled, well drained potato pieces. Of course it's best if you let it sit overnight but you won't be able to keep people out of it that long. Plus you have to continually taste to check the seasoning and once you taste it...well, you're a goner.

This is not my usual potato salad but it is fabulous.
Alternatively, you can use this dressing instead:

extra virgin olive oil
red wine vinegar
finely chopped red onion
crumbled bleu cheese

Mix well, Dress the potatoes and wait until right before serving to top with crumbled bacon.

It is fantastic with low country boil: Huge pot filled with water and Zatarains carb boil. Throw in shrimp, crab legs, crawfish, andouille sausage pieces, corn on the cob, and red potatos.

Laissez les bons temps roulez!!

Cindy F
12-23-2008, 07:02 PM
I have to add a little edit here, I usually sautee the vidalias in the bacon grease and not butter. I know....that's horrible and I should be ASHAMED of putting all that animal fat in potato salad.

What can I say? We love bacon. Bacon is meat candy.

Born 2 Fish
12-23-2008, 07:17 PM
I have to add a little edit here, I usually sautee the vidalias in the bacon grease and not butter. I know....that's horrible and I should be ASHAMED of putting all that animal fat in potato salad.

What can I say? We love bacon. Bacon is meat candy.

Good gosh woman, do you hear the words that are coming outta your mouth ?!?!?!

Everybody knows that
Pork Fat Rules !! :woohoo:

Shan-man
12-23-2008, 08:47 PM
Second only to duck fat, that is!

DaveInTN
12-23-2008, 09:13 PM
Second only to duck fat, that is!
Ooo, I LOVE duck fat! How I'd love a nice succulent duck breast wrapped in bacon....

DaveInTN
12-23-2008, 09:13 PM
double post

Cindy F
12-23-2008, 10:01 PM
Good gosh woman, do you hear the words that are coming outta your mouth ?!?!?!

Everybody knows that
Pork Fat Rules !! :woohoo:

Well, ya know....down here in L.A. (Lower Alabama), we like to put some kinda pork or pork fat in everything! Bacon/bacon grease, salt pork, ham, and just because it's so super extra special...we like to bread and deep fry up some pork chops. That's why we have cornbread or biscuits with every meal...to sop up the grease...you can't let that go to waste! ~grin~

The RWB potato salad is made and the piglets have already started dipping in it but I have them fooled this time...I made 20 pounds worth! MUHAHAHAHA, let's see them try to eat all of that before everyone gets here tomorrow evening! Okay, I just looked up and youngest DD (also known as the girl who never eats anything but continues to live) walked by with another bowl. Crap. Maybe I should have made 30 pounds.

For those of you who like to salivate over horribly unhealthy food, here is Christmas morning's breakfast menu for the entire brood:

Cathead buttermilk biscuits, country ham, red eye gravy, grits, cheese grits, sausage links, sausage gravy, home fried potatoes and onions, fried apples (apples slices fried in a bit of butter with sugar and cinnamon then left to "sweat" in the pan until soft), coffee, milk, orange juice, and pear, damson, and strawberry preserves for those who like sweets on their biscuits.

After that, we'll all sit around and listen to our arteries harden. :laughing:

BradyBz12
12-23-2008, 10:11 PM
Oh, red, white, and blue potato salad is WICKED good!

Whoa - If I weren't covered in paper cuts from all the gift wrapping I'd be whipping up a batch of this right now! Thanks for sharing the recipe. :goodvibes

BradyBz12
12-23-2008, 10:15 PM
here is Christmas morning's breakfast menu for the entire brood

I'll be right down! :rotfl:

Funny all this talk about pork fat. I made giant sea scallops tonight for dinner wrapped in ... you guessed it - BACON! The extra thick kind too.

My grandmother was French-Canadian and I think her people worshipped everything pork related. Growing up I didn't realize you could eat a pork chop if it wasn't extra fatty and FRIED.

Mmmmmmm.... fried pork chop..... (having a Homer Simpson moment) :lmao:

Cindy F
12-28-2008, 12:04 PM
DD insisted I post a picture of her ham and cheese pocket sandwich made in the Mickey/Minnie sandwich maker

http://i194.photobucket.com/albums/z101/CindyRN2/Pets/BrownieChristmas004.jpg.

I think the best ones are the blueberry pie ones. I'll post the next time we're able to go to The Fort so folks can stop by the pop-up for hot mini cheese muffins and a blueberry pie.


BradyBz12, I will think of you during dinner tonight because we are having FRIED PORK CHOPS! WOO HOOO
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2goofycampers
12-28-2008, 03:26 PM
That sandwich is too pretty to eat. MMMMMMMMMMM.

Cindy F
12-28-2008, 04:07 PM
That sandwich is too pretty to eat. MMMMMMMMMMM.

Did you know that when you first take the sandwich out of the maker, the melted cheese inside is very hot? Did you know that melted cheese will stick to the roof of your mouth and burn a hole in it?

Not that I would know by experience or anything.......:eek:

DaveInTN
12-28-2008, 05:19 PM
Did you know that when you first take the sandwich out of the maker, the melted cheese inside is very hot? Did you know that melted cheese will stick to the roof of your mouth and burn a hole in it?

Not that I would know by experience or anything.......:eek:
Presactly why you should always have a cold beer or kungaloosh handy when eating hot foods.

BradyBz12
12-28-2008, 07:33 PM
BradyBz12, I will think of you during dinner tonight because we are having FRIED PORK CHOPS! WOO HOOO
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f115/MaeveReigne/fried_cutlet.jpg

Oh I am sooooooo jealous! I can smell them cooking now.... :lmao:

Us3
12-28-2008, 09:33 PM
Presactly why you should always have a cold beer or kungaloosh handy when eating hot foods.

LOL! I'm thinking Betty Crocker Cindy (meant with love, you have the best ideas!!) could even come up with a better Kungaloosh recipe! (FortWildernessGuy didnt hear that!!)

Cindy F
12-28-2008, 10:15 PM
LOL! I'm thinking Betty Crocker Cindy (meant with love, you have the best ideas!!) could even come up with a better Kungaloosh recipe! (FortWildernessGuy didnt hear that!!)

LOL! I don't know if I could make a better Kungaloosh but I betcha I could find a way to fry it and serve it with a biscuit! I just looked up the recipe and WOW, I bet that is good stuff!

Old Kungaloosh Recipe -- Circa 1997
1 1/4 ounce vodka
1 1/4 ounce Malibu Rum
3/4 ounce Midori (melon liqueur)
2 tablespoons pineapple juice
1 splash cranberry juice