Good Friday, my friends! Right to business! Earlier this week, I challenged you to …
“Tap into your creativity. Imagine that you’re an … Imagineer! Yes! In fact, you’re a “re-imagineer”!
Living with the Land. Should we rehabilitate? Give it a bit of a facelift, maybe? Should we eliminate? Replace it altogether? Or, should we leave it alone?”
Wow! What a response! Thanks for your support, folks! Your voices were heard en masse and loud and clear! Plus, a number of you put a lot of time and thought into your comments. THANKS!
Almost 94% of you declared “Leave it Alone” or Keep it and “Rehabilitate”. Your explanations were heart-felt. Do you hear that, Disney? Read below. We have spoken!
So, what did you say? Well, you certainly were out-spoken. I’ll let you take it from here. It’s a bit long, everyone, but filled with passion and creativity. Please click through and enjoy!
I wish it was longer! I really enjoy this attraction. It could use some plussing. That’s for sure!
My son would be absolutely devastated if they took away Living with the Land! We both adore it. It is not to be missed for us!
Rehab! It’s a great ride and full of wonderful information. I like watching the scientists at work.
This is a “must do” … every time. Definitely a keeper!
I love Living with the Land. I experience it on every trip. Yes, I thought it was better when actual people narrated the ride.
I love it. Always motivates me to grow something. Rehab!
I’d hate to see them change it … especially since, if they did, it’d probably be Maelstrom-style ‘rehab’.
Leave it alone. You may screw it up like you did with Journey into Imagination.
Rehab! I would love more greenhouse and less-dated photos at the end.
We love this ride! I hope they don’t eliminate it, and I guess rehabilitation to update the tech wouldn’t be a bad thing – except it would be down for a certain time period and that would stink for people who will miss it during their trip. I especially love it because I refer to it during my science lessons with my 3rd graders each year. Any opportunity to insert Disney into real life, and I take it!
I love that ride. Always found it interesting and peaceful.
Definitely one of my favorites. I’d love to see them add some technology and updated info on farming. The lab, itself, is doing real research which is very cool. To me, this attraction defines my love of Epcot, and the idea of eliminating it makes me incredibly sad.