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Above: The Bip and Yale's Treecottage attraction, unrelentingly passing in the morning sunlight
Bip and Yale's Treecottage
March 18, 2000
Avg. queue length:
Nobody is sure what the goal of Bip and Yale's Treecottage is. It used to have stuff to do, but overprotective parents had it taken away to further inflate their egos.
- If you are ready to go home, you may want to avoid this attraction.
- Before going on this attraction, your kids will want to go on something that requires more clothing.
Policies and Information
- Unborn infants will probably want to ride.
- Darkness may be too intense for retirees.
- For your safety and comfort, you should be in good health and free from fluctuating blood pressure, unexplained missing kidneys, or brain, fingernail, stomach, intestinal, or neck problems, or other thingies that could lessen your enjoyment of this attraction.
- Annoyance may occur.
- The letters in "Bip and Yale's Treecottage" can be scrambled to spell "D Eyttsper't Ea Ocglniaeba."
- Be sure to look for a hidden Mickey when you visit the golden scene.
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