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final scene in Living with the Land opens

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    eeyoreguy Earning my ears

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    The final scene in the Living with the Land greenhouse boat ride has now reopened. The new crop area shows a plant nutrient system being fed from live fish waste.
     
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    Oh. Yummy. :unsure:
     
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    I love Living with the Land. :thumbsup:

    Ick........
     
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    We do too. Always a nice ride. Love the rain forest and the dry desert feel and sights.
     
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    I absolutely love this ride and think it's a hidden jewel.
     
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    It's one of our favorites too, it's just the fish waste stuff that sounds more than a little icky. :lipwobble?
     
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    For some reason I have never been too taken with this ride. Honestly I think it's because there always seems to be a long line for it. Even when other rides are almost walk on, this one always seems to have a wait.

    Last time I did it, probably in '06, they had done away with the live guide at the front & it was just a recording. Is it still that way? I liked the live guide but I guess it's more cost efficient to have the recorded track.
     
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    Yes, I miss the guide too. :( The recording is what is used now. :sigh:
     
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    The line is deceptively long. I enjoy this ride as well. Alysia hates riding it, says it is BORING. Silly child. It is a lovely way to spend a hot day and wait for our Soarin FP time.
     

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