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A Spirited 15 Rounds ...

bcoachable

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Wondering out loud here...
The prices of the parks are ever increasing...
So average folk (like me (teachers salary, no complaining, LOVE what I get to do everyday)) can not afford to go very often any more, but still would like to be able to visit the parks from time to time.
After carefull (or not so) consideration, theyt make the decision to move to Orlando and find employent, get an annual pass, and end up overcrowding WDW parks, and raise the cost of living to California levels from that angle...
 

Epcot82Guy

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I keep telling myself "next visit" Now that I havent been to the parks in a few years and i am more or less done with them, we are actually contemplating becoming floridians. When we do I can guarantee I will be getting the epcot after 4 pass. The behind the seeds tour will happen.
I highly recommend the tour.

But I may be biased as a former tour guide for them... :p
 

DisneyOutsider

Well-Known Member
Wondering out loud here...
The prices of the parks are ever increasing...
So average folk (like me (teachers salary, no complaining, LOVE what I get to do everyday)) can not afford to go very often any more, but still would like to be able to visit the parks from time to time.
After carefull (or not so) consideration, theyt make the decision to move to Orlando and find employent, get an annual pass, and end up overcrowding WDW parks, and raise the cost of living to California levels from that angle...
No, I do not believe that Disney-addicted school teachers are fueling the rise in cost of living and crowding of theme parks in Orlando 😂
 

Unplugged

Well-Known Member
I mean, I'm curious, but I ain't $25 curious, and just because they say something on the tour doesn't make it factual.
It's simple hydroponics & aquaonics. You can research it on your own and find the same information, it's just the way it's presented by Disney cuts through the mass Google info and presents a simplified case study. There is nothing in the tour that can't be replicated at home on a smaller scale. I took the tour and everything is factual. There is no need for them to make things up in this case. Now as far as obsolescence goes, newer more efficient systems exist for some aspects, including the switch to LED lighting of specific frequencies tuned for plant photo synthesis.
 
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