16 December 2008

Put up the tree

For the holidays the counselors and campers of Camp Minnie-Mickey have decorated twenty-two Christmas Trees along the winding trails of the camp. Some are generic to the rustic setting of the camp, while still others were clearly decorated by specific counselors or campers. Nemo, Mickey, Lilo, Donald, and Mulan may be easy to pick out, but others may require a little more thought and attention to the details. How many can you distinguish?

8 comments:

April Baker said...

There was 22? Shoot I missed some! I think my favorite tree has to be Lilo's! I love the spoon with the face on it.

Princess Fee said...

Wow - that is an amazing post Ryan!

Um...I managed to spot Chip and Dale, and Pluto - and is one supposed to be for Fort Wilderness? These are fantastic!

-- Ryan P. Wilson said...

I have to give credit for finding them all to my wife. After she pointed out the first two I looked around and realized that they were all over!

Viewliner Ltd. said...

Well Ryan, I must admit that it doesn't get more Christmasie than this post. Wonderful pictures. Here's wishing you and your family all the best. Merry Christmas, Richard.

-- Ryan P. Wilson said...

Richard - I am wishing your family the very best as well!

As for the holidayness of this article, everytime I look at it I feel like I have my own Christmas tree farm.

Princess - I don't believe any were specifically tied to a resort or Fort Wilderness, althoguh I could see how the trees the represented Camp Minnie-Mickey would fit perfectly in Fort Wilderness as well! By the way, thanks for the mention on DF'82. Oh, and in case you didn't know, MouseFest would have been a lot more fun if you could have made it!

Princess Fee said...

The tree with the washboards reminded me of Fort Wilderness (the Hoop-De-Doo Revue!). But yes, the trees would also be great at Fort Wilderness - they could really scatter them about then!

I am aiming for next year at MouseFest - fingers crossed! :)

April Baker said...

I just assumed the tree with the Washboards and bears was for the Country Bears. I never even thought of the Hoop-de-do!

The Artwork of Christi Bunn said...

Wow, way to chronicle that for us! I would have loved to have seen these in person, but your pictures are the next best thing. Wish we could get down at Christmas... it's not going to happen this year for sure, but there's always next year.

:-) Christi