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  1. Yeah, I would totally have been right in there too... LOL https://www.fox13news.com/news/photos-kids-swim-in-flooded-streets-at-disneys-magic-kingdom?utm_campaign=trueanthem&utm_medium=trueanthem&utm_source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR2jhodGhKeEQvnatVjduHfWKywd8IPozjVOAmDygIgwVvy0AZYrPSn_vM4
  2. I hadn't even considered this angle, but it makes a lot of sense.
  3. Personally, I'd have to realllllly love my job (and be paid darned well for it) to move 3000 miles away from everything. Not to mention those with spouses/partners will have to be willing to leave their jobs and find new ones as well. Plus there's the housing consideration... "This comes as the Orlando housing market is showing some of the lowest supply of houses available in history, with demand at an all-time high." https://www.clickorlando.com/news/local/2021/07/16/broker-says-housing-supply-is-slim-as-2000-disney-employees-plan-to-move-to-lake-nona/
  4. "Disney says they'll be paying moving costs for all 2,000 employees." I wonder how many folks won't want to relocate across country and will opt out?
  5. While I personally will not be spending millions on a luxury RV this year (although it's fun to look!), I will say I've had my eye on that Grand Design 5th wheel ever since we walked through one a few years ago at the dealer. If we ever pull the trigger on giving full-timing a try...
  6. We usually hang around the site, have a late breakfast/early lunch (ok, it's brunch LOL), and do "dog things" until around noon-ish - make sure all the canines are fed and played with (i.e. good and tired). Then we head into the parks. Regular (unpaid) P.M. EMH essentially going away is a bummer for us. Especially since we try to go during slower times, which means when park hours are shorter. Disney Springs has filled that gap a bit, as it's a good place to just poke around and you can grab a drink and usually find good live music to hang out and listen to, but it's not the same as walking
  7. Yep. I can count the number of rope drops I've seen on one hand, and often we don't get to the parks until noon. But we also pick our park of the day based on what's open the latest. I think I've only ever ridden Peter Pan after midnight (I refuse to wait an hour and don't generally waste a FP on it.) lol I'd love for those late hours to return - after midnight almost everything was a walk on and the parks were so cool at night when they weren't crowded - but short of paid events like this, I doubt that will happen.
  8. Oooh, pick me!! I have more than a few photos of the Main Street clock at 1am, 2am, and one time, 3am! Those late nights were super fun. I miss them.
  9. It's been a few years now since we've done MNSSHP - which we love - but that was our experience the last few years that we did it too. The first couple of times we went the crowds were really nice - lots of walk ons, plenty of good parade viewing - but they felt busier and busier each year.
  10. Well this isn't encouraging, "...Cast Members at the station seem pretty unaffected by the event, as if it happens often." What the Fort?
  11. (Context: I've lived my entire life in New England, the last 30 years in southern NH) Temp ranges can swing about a bit as already noted, and in my experience, when it's "cold" in FL, it's a damp cold, which affects me a lot more than our icy, dry cold up this way. That said, I've tent camped at the Fort in January and gone from needing the electric heater and an extra fleece blanket inside my sleeping bag on the first night, to sleeping with just a sheet and the fan blowing 3 nights later. So... anything goes! Layers are your friend, and if you're not from cold places (like here in
  12. From the Disney Parks Blog - https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2021/05/watch-live-a-celebration-of-festival-of-the-lion-king-opens-may-15/?fbclid=IwAR37xl0rh90GZteC1eL8VJkiD2ZpqlKRuhYOetfhpQ8Dd607hfrwpmRjjGA
  13. Makes sense. The more we go, the longer we're there, the less we spend on stuff. These days aside from meals, we mostly buy popcorn and dole whips in the parks. lol And if I want a new t-shirt or sweatshirt (because I've finally blown a hole through one of the eleventy I already have), we head to the Character Warehouse outlets.
  14. Not a surprise at all. DL has much bigger percentage of local regular guests than WDW, and I know if I could just "pop by" the parks any ol' time, I probably would spend a fraction of what we do when we're there for 2-3 weeks once a year. The time we spent 6 weeks there (with APs) our biggest daily expense was our campsite. We did eat out in the parks/DS, but not nearly as much as we normally would, and we bought hardly any "stuff." FWIW (which might not be much) I have seen some of the typically-somewhat-correct-at-guessing bloggers saying that they expect that now that WDW has increas
  15. from the Disney Parks Blog... https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2021/05/more-exciting-dining-options-to-return-to-walt-disney-world-resort/?CMP=SOC-DPFY21Q3wo0429210087A&fbclid=IwAR1050ZGZoqeFJxDFBAYzqi2qOoFpZiIRHfXAzdNpoWIdUbPJJovGKg2ql8
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