Odd New DVC Dooney Bag on ShopDisney

DonMacGregor

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I just realized that the DVC resorts left off are all DVC only resorts, The ones on the bag all have a hotel component!
Yes, that was another observation made on the Facebook page. The Living Lodge thing makes even less sense in that light. PVB, GFV, BLT, BCV and BWV have NEVER been referred to in any way as "lodges", nor would you want to. You might apply that term to VGC, and obviously to BRV/CCV and AKV, but not the majority of the resorts on that bag.
 

Jwaire

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Sep 17, 2020
I guess they couldn't come up with anything catchy for Saratoga or OKW.

Saratoga Springs, where your race begins. 😂

Relax into the sunset at Old Key West. 😂
 

ehh

I'm not all there myself
Joined
Aug 3, 2019
I called Shop Disney and a supervisor thinks it refers to Wilderness Lodge .
This is almost certainly the case. There's a Boulder Ridge logo overlaid:
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As far as I can tell, no other logos overlap.
 

ehh

I'm not all there myself
Joined
Aug 3, 2019
And I just noticed the B (isn’t that a B?) inside the O in Lodge.
It could be an R? Here it is from 2 other spots on the bag:

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Edit: it's very similar to the B/R emblem on the top of the plain Boulder Ridge logo:
Screen Shot 2022-10-05 at 6.57.05 PM.png
 

Nursemanit

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Marrila

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CraigInPA

Since June 1974
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Living Lodge is the double top secret DVC resort for Disney executives. It's accessible from room 717171 in the main Wilderness Lodge building. Opening the door reveals a lobby with a private elevator to the secret eighth floor, with two very large suites up there, each with its own security, butler, and chef. It was built by Eisner because he considered the regular concierge suites too "plebian".
 

DonMacGregor

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Joined
May 13, 2021
Living Lodge is the double top secret DVC resort for Disney executives. It's accessible from room 717171 in the main Wilderness Lodge building. Opening the door reveals a lobby with a private elevator to the secret eighth floor, with two very large suites up there, each with its own security, butler, and chef. It was built by Eisner because he considered the regular concierge suites too "plebian".
I think Katzenberg had the market cornered on megalomania in those days. At the very least, he'd take credit for it.
 




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