What A View: Canada

During a recent trip to WDW, I found myself alone in the World Showcase. I, oddly, find myself in Epcot a lot when I’m touring alone. There’s just something about the World Showcase that appeals to me, alone. It feels like a safe place to wander, and there are so many nooks and crannies than I can occupy myself for hours.

Anyway, on that particular night, At Disney Again was back at our room, napping. I’d met up with a couple of friends, but we’d parted ways after a snack and gab session. So I was on my own. With a few hours. And I decided to circle the Lagoon and spend at least 10 minutes in each country, looking for one thing that makes me super happy.

So I did.

I found something in each country that filled me with delight, and I snapped a photo. And now I am going to share them with you. One each week. For the next 12 weeks. And I’m starting in Canada.

Canada monster (Mouse on the Mind)

You may recognize this little guy as one of the totems outside the DVC kiosk at the Canada Pavilion.

I don’t know what he’s supposed to be. Maybe a cutie pie version of a Sasquatch or a raccoon? I don’t know. And I’ve asked, but the cast members working the booth never seem to know.

But what he’s supposed to be is pretty irrelevant. Because, to me, he looks like a stylized James P. Sullivan, otherwise known as Sulley. He’s bright and colorful, and he gives me a big old smile whenever I walk by the Canada Pavilion.

Honorable Mention: This is my game, and I make the rules. And in Canada, honorable mention for most happy-making detail goes to the delightful little cottage. You know the one I mean.

What’s your favorite detail in the Canada Pavilion? Let us know. 

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