Ok, sometimes my Landwhale likes to roll around in the mud, and sometimes it wants to mix in with the fancy six-figure land yachts of the rich and famous. Disney's Fort Wilderness Campground offers plenty of chances for the latter, and it's far too clean for the former (although during my off-road bike riding I did ride through some dog poop; where do I file
Down in Florida at a recent trip to Disneyworld, the giant entry plaza to Epcot Center is full of banks of these Lily of the Niles (Lilies of the Nile? Lilies of the Niles? No idea...). They grow under the shade of smooth-trunked crepe myrtles, creating a vibrant view and pleasant aroma. As always, my guesses as to the genus and names of the various
I guess I'm milking my Disney trip a bit more. What this means is that I've located a bunch of photos I took at Epcot, where their flower show was in full bloom. As part of that, I grabbed a couple images of some very nice (what I believe to be) tiger lilies. So, in the end, what this means is that I must subject
Ok. So I did a couple posts already related to my trip to Disneyworld, and even one about the Avatar ride (and the long wait to get on the ride.). I even touched on how nice their park set design is. But now, for the final milking of my trip, I will make a post solely of photos I took of the theme park 'foliage'