Description: Journalling reads: "It's working! The plan is working!" I admit, I had my doubts. The four of us have a fail-safe touring plan for seeing everything we want to see at the Magic Kingdom. But would it work with 11 people? At first, it seemed doubtful. We were moving much slower and stopping for bathroom breaks every five minutes. But as we got on each ride without a wait, Nick was joyfully attributing our success to Mommy's touring plan. We rode eight rides (without waiting anywhere) before lunch. We probably would have managed even more, but unfortunately, Grandma's morning took a nasty turn when someone at Philharmagic stepped on her sandaled toe. After an unscheduled trip to first aid, she finished out the morning in a wheelchair. Luckily, it wasn't broken!
We started the morning on Dumbo. Between our three cameras, we somehow got a picture of every person in our party in their elephant! Next, we headed for Winnie the Pooh, which was very popular with the little girls - and me. Peter Pan made Faith a little apprehensive. It really does look like you are high over London, if you're four years old! Next stop was Grandma's favorite - It's a Small World. Then Mickey's Philharmagic (followed by the first aid detour), Haunted Mansion, Jungle Cruise, and Pirates of the Carribbean! That's one busy and magical morning! Is it any wonder that by the time we were all seated and enjoying lunch at Cosmic Ray's, Juli was fast asleep in her stroller? By that point, even the adults were ready for a nap.
This layout is from my 2009 Disney album, which I did as a digital album on Shutterfly because I had way too many pictures. I'm posting it here so my gallery stays in chronological order.
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