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  1. We were there the end of August and the area is still closed.
  2. We saw it over the weekend with our daughter, son in law, and grandkids. Everyone loved it, even the 1 year old.
  3. We have the brake pro. If we don't tow the truck, we will have to tow our trailer. There are 4 adults and 4 children, with one of the children being a 1 year old. So we need bikes, stroller, etc. Basically, lots of stuff.
  4. We will be towing our truck, 4 wheels down, for the first time when we visit The Fort in August. Needless to say, my hubby is a little anxious. We have a 38ft 1994 Newmar diesel and have towed an 8 ft enclosed trailer for many years. Does anyone have any tips? Do we need the brake-pro inside the truck? Thanks for any advice you can give us. We are traveling with our daughter, son in law, and 4 kids and we would like to make this as uneventful as possible.
  5. The problem is that Disney is hurting families. That is exactly the opposite of what Walt had in mind when he build the parks.
  6. We are also in Maryland. We live in Street/Jarrettsville located in Harford County. I agree with you, the drive through northern Virginia is horrible.
  7. The Keenz stroller wagon is actually smaller than most strollers. They also have a 5 point harness in them just like any stroller. My daughter bought one for our upcoming Disney trip.
  8. With rising cost, it has been 2 years since we visited the Fort. Between the cost of the tickets and campsites, it has gotten out of hand. My daughter, sometimes son in law, and the 4 grandkids travel with us. They now have to purchase tickets for 3 kids, which is expensive. Atleast they are military and can get the military discount. The grandkids love Disney, so I'm sure we will always go. Living in Maryland, the campgrounds are expensive and you have to pay additional for each camper over the campgrounds sanding reservation limit. This is usually 2 or 4. By the time we add on this additional fee, it can get close to Disney, unless you are going during Holiday seasons. We will be going in August this year. It works best with their schedules and the sale going on really helps.
  9. We decided to make our next trip the end of August. Our grandkids will be with us again. August can be hot, but we usually hit the parks about 4pm and stay until closing. The best thing about August is that we were able to book during the sale. We were considering going in July, but the sale saved us almost $700. That's a lot of money. With that being said, you will always be a fiend and who knows what the future will hold. s
  10. Where has the time gone? Happy Birthday and thanks for all of the hard work.
  11. I would say early June. Spring break is always packed. We usually travel with 4 of our grandchildren. Have fun!
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