EDIT - found photos - dishes and mugs in kitchen

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  1. sharadoc

    sharadoc Visit WDW since '86, driving since '94.

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  3. mickeyluvr004

    mickeyluvr004 Mouseketeer

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    I don't have any pictures but you only get like 4-6 plates and 4-6 small coffee mugs IMO if you like your mugs to hold alot of beverage bring some travel coffee mugs with you. We drive so we have ours with us. If you are coffee drinkers don't forget the coffee filters the round kind.
     
  4. sharadoc

    sharadoc Visit WDW since '86, driving since '94.

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    Thanks. They're not little teacups, are they? I'm thinking we'll bring coffee mugs for sure, but what about the other stuff? Are the bowls big enough for a bowl of cereal, or are they smaller? Are the plates regular dinner plates?

    Seems crazy, I know. Thanks for the info.
     
  5. sarahk0204

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    They are little teacups (hold 6 oz maybe?). There are jelly jar mugs with handles that are a little larger (12 oz? 16 oz?) that my DH used for coffee before he bought a souvenear coffee cup. The bowls were fine for cereal, and the dinner plates were normal size. There is 6 of everything, as the cabin sleeps 6. HTH!
     
  6. speaksfam

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    Just to add...we were in the cabins in January. We didn't have cereal bowls in our cabin and I was very thankful that I brought our own coffee mugs because I need a big cup to get me going!! Don't forget a cookie sheet, it came in very handy.
     
  7. BigDaddyRog

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    I have a pic of the coffee cups....nothing on plates or bowls though. But they were normal average size regular cereal bowls and dinner plates.
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  8. sharadoc

    sharadoc Visit WDW since '86, driving since '94.

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    Thanks guys. These answers were perfect.

    I DID buy a pizza pan round sheet to take with us, since we may also get some frozen pizza. Great suggestion for that!
     
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    Hey, isn't that what she was wearing when the Google Maps van drove by your house? [​IMG]

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  10. Tink415

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    We've stayed in the cabins a few times, love them, but after the first time, I bring paper plates and cups. The dishes there are sized fine, there just aren't enough IMHO unless you want to wash them after every meal or snack ..and I don't do dishes on vacation :)
     
  11. sharadoc

    sharadoc Visit WDW since '86, driving since '94.

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    But there's a dishwasher, and mousekeeping will do the dishes for you, so I'm not worrying about that. I am buying paper stuff too, though. We plan to do some barbecuing outside.
     
  12. JeffZ

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    Yes check the Dis---wdwinfo--- resort info and pics--there is a pic of the cupboard--pics of the whole cabin in fact.Check allears also for alot of pics of the cabins
     
  13. sharadoc

    sharadoc Visit WDW since '86, driving since '94.

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    I can't believe I missed those! I'm one of those people who gets annoyed when folks ask for something that's right there under their nose - and now I did it! :headache:

    Thanks a lot for the reminder. That was perfect.

    For anyone who's wondering, here's what I found:

    http://www.wdwinfo.com/Photos/Fort-Wilderness-Campground/cabin-campsite/index.htm#17

    Shows everything in the cabin. Great close-ups.
     
  14. JeffZ

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    You're welcome sharadoc. I've been planning and replanning our first FW stay. The cabin fits our party size (6) perfectly and i've been reading every thread, looking at trip reports, surfing multiple sites for all the details--including kitchen utensils, cups ..... Can't wait til we get there.
     

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