Friday, October 23, 2015

Fort Wilderness Restroom Signs...and One Beautiful Sunset

   We learned a great lesson last October...never ever ever drive to Fort Wilderness.  You have to park and take a very crowded internal bus system which basically takes forever, and it really isn't much fun.  As we have made the Hoop Dee Doo Musical Review a priority on our fall trips, this year we decided to explore another transportation option. We parked at Wilderness Lodge, which we explored for a while, then took a boat to Fort Wilderness, with plenty of time to explore the campgrounds before Hoop started.  So. Much. Better. Than. The. Bus.


   While exploring I snapped some pictures of these ridiculously charming restroom signs located near the main general store.  Never forgetting the importance of well themed restroom signage, these stick with the theme of the resort.  I'm pretty sure these signs are used for the other restrooms around the resort as well...




   The sun was setting as we were wandering around the resort, and waiting for dinner.  Seeing that I have no where else reasonable to share it, here is the sunset on Bay Lake that evening...too pretty to exclude from this blog, right? 


   I know we have shared a lot of bathroom signs over the years, and I know it makes me a lazy (er) blogger.  HOWEVER, I do genuinely love them...and heck, someone needs to document them in all their simplicity splendor.  Do you have a favorite set? 

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4 comments:

  1. I feel that restroom theming is a clear indicator of the overall quality of an area. Example: actual best bit of New Fantasyland == Tangled toilets. However, I'm at a loss to think of actual individual signage - perhaps there's something in our Oct trip photos ...

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  2. I feel that restroom theming is a clear indicator of the overall quality of an area. Example: actual best bit of New Fantasyland == Tangled toilets. However, I'm at a loss to think of actual individual signage - perhaps there's something in our Oct trip photos ...

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  3. I judge bathroom signs big time. I feel like if the signs don't go with the theming, then why even bother! I love the bathrooms outside of Boma!

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