On April 18th, my wife and I enjoyed one of the first after Spring Break days at the parks, at least one of the first we've had time to get there. We decided to spend our day at Epcot, which was still surprisingly busy. Even with some breakdowns, I was able to finally experience the new Test Track, which was quite enjoyable. Unfortunately, I didn't take any pictures of that attraction, but I have plenty of others.
I'm continuing to photograph dark rides and provide pictures whenever they appear clear and don't look like I was completely smashed while operating the camera. This robot rooster is from Living with the Land, an Epcot attraction that is often overlooked because it's actually educational. The first part is a journey through semi-elaborate sets depicting different climates on Earth.
The second half of the experience is a ride through a functioning experimental greenhouse. This includes aquaculture, or fish farming. One of the oddest hidden mickeys is here, where you can find a shrimp house with a familiar shape.