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 PostPosted: Tue 24 Aug 2004 7:13 am   
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While at Surfside this past week, I took some pictures in the kitchen, with the cupboards and drawers open, as some folks have wondered, just what is there. This is pretty standard, for all WM units, at least the ones I have visited, have been pretty consistant with these items.

Previewing these pics, I realize there is no popcorn popper in the pics. Hmmmmmm.......either I missed it, or it's missing......


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Thanks - great idea! We had been to Windsor (our first WM experience) twice before we discovered the pans in the stove drawer.


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itchyfeet wrote:
Thanks - great idea! We had been to Windsor (our first WM experience) twice before we discovered the pans in the stove drawer.


You're welcome! :)

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Nice job with the photo's. In our travel chest we bring a food chopper, pampered chef professional cookware, oil spritzer and garlic press and a kitchen tool tote with assorted other items. We have found the pans stick and I have been spoiled with our cookware. Otherwise, WM does a great job in what they have included in the kitchen.
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Theresa wrote:
Previewing these pics, I realize there is no popcorn popper in the pics. Hmmmmmm.......either I missed it, or it's missing......


I don't remember a popcorn popper in ANY of the units I've ever stayed in.
Guess they expect you to use the bags in the microwave.

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nonapapa wrote:
Nice job with the photo's. In our travel chest we bring a food chopper, pampered chef professional cookware, oil spritzer and garlic press and a kitchen tool tote with assorted other items. We have found the pans stick and I have been spoiled with our cookware. Otherwise, WM does a great job in what they have included in the kitchen.
Bob Briggs


Me too, there are a few necessities that I keep packed in the 'condo bag'. I always take my coffee grinder, and my wine bottle opener, as I don't care for theirs. Plus some extra spices, alum foil, and baggies. And I have rubbermaid containers labeled with flour, sugar, baking soda, baking powder and corn starch.

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This summer when we've returned home from our WM vacations I've been looking around at my cluttered kitchen and wondering why I need all the stuff I have in my cabinets if I can easily get by with only the stuff provided in the WM resort kitchen for a whole week :-k !! It makes me want to stay on vacation forever..... :( .

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Hey Theresa, why didn't you add yourself to some of these pics to liven them up? Oh and about that missing popcorn maker, maybe someone should ask Doug where it went.

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surf rider wrote:
Hey Theresa, why didn't you add yourself to some of these pics to liven them up? Oh and about that missing popcorn maker, maybe someone should ask Doug where it went.



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surf rider wrote:
Hey Theresa, why didn't you add yourself to some of these pics to liven them up? Oh and about that missing popcorn maker, maybe someone should ask Doug where it went.


Ok, here's a pic! Scott took it Saturday, while 230 of us put kites up for a Mass Assention. Couple hours later, the rain came, and we all got washed out!

As to the popcorn popper, I'd taken microwave popcorn, so didn't even miss the popper, till I was reviewing the pics. I need to call the lobby, as I left my Stanley Thermos by the kitchen sink, so I'll ask them about it when I call.


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 PostPosted: Wed 25 Aug 2004 8:34 am   
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Lacobra42 wrote:
This summer when we've returned home from our WM vacations I've been looking around at my cluttered kitchen and wondering why I need all the stuff I have in my cabinets if I can easily get by with only the stuff provided in the WM resort kitchen for a whole week :-k !! It makes me want to stay on vacation forever..... :( .


I had the same exact thought on my last trip! It applies to the rest of my house too; not just the kitchen. Time to get rid of some stuff...


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Hey T, is that kid behind you in the pic smoking a cig?

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Sure Theresa....You bring wind for THEM!! :shock:

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Theresa wrote:
Previewing these pics, I realize there is no popcorn popper in the pics. Hmmmmmm.......either I missed it, or it's missing......


I don't remember a popcorn popper in ANY of the units I've ever stayed in.
Guess they expect you to use the bags in the microwave.


I believe every unit we have stayed in has had a popcorn popper! =D>

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RickNPaula wrote:
I believe every unit we have stayed in has had a popcorn popper! =D>

RickNPaula


I've recently been at both the Las Vegas resorts, and unless the popcorn popper is hidden in some cabinet I wasn't looking in, they don't have them at those resorts.

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