Walt Disney World’s ‘Living With The Land’ attraction has been closed for days, and it will be a week as of tomorrow.
No word on why this going on. There were no refurbishments scheduled for the attraction.
Could they be adding safety features to prevent the infamous cucumber incident for happening again? Yes, I am kidding.
But I’m not the only one thinking it!
Anyone else getting a little nervous about the “safety concerns” with the secretive closing of Living with the Land? Did Cucumber Lady ruin it for everyone? https://t.co/AG5ZYrj7Nq
— DADventure Disney (@DadventureWDW) August 26, 2021
I swear, if Living with the Land reopens with barriers all along the attraction to keep social media miscreants from jumping ship, I will be furious.
Why has it been closed for a week? I’m panicking.
— Just A Dream Away (@JustADreamAway1) August 26, 2021
Sounds a little CUKE-Y to me! (Get it? Cucumbers are sometimes called “cukes” and this is Living with the Land! Nevermind, I’ll probably be the only one who thinks this is funny.)
— Mandy (@Mandy_Yes_That1) August 26, 2021
Must be putting up barriers so drunk people don’t jump out to grab cucumbers
— K.L. Phelps (@KL_Phelps) August 26, 2021
Maybe they’re installing plexiglass throughout the exhibit to prevent any more bad behavior like what that woman did. Btw…THERE WAS NOTHING FUNNY ABOUT IT.
— Maydog (@AMaydog) August 26, 2021
Other people pointed out that the building was leaking a few days ago and that was around the time it shut down.
— Rick from Ear To There Travel (@rick_ear) August 20, 2021
Of course it could be because they are waiting for a part, as someone points out.
It is an older ride. If a part broke that’s not available right off the shelf, they may be waiting on the custom fabrication.
— Chris MeeeCeee (@ChrisMeeeceee) August 26, 2021
That could be given the shortage of parts lately. I’ve heard so many people with horror stories about waiting weeks to get things fixed due to a lack of parts.
Who knows but it’s been down for almost a week. I know a lot of people don’t care for this attraction, but it’s one of my kids favorites!
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