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Old 05-01-2013, 11:55 AM   #1216
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Blown in. Please explain.
It's a blower truck, they come in and spray it all around for you, goes up to 150 feet deep from the truck. They will clean up, or you can pay less and clean it up yourself but it's a mess so we are having them do it.

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I'll have to look into it. Gabby won't have the discipline to practice online. I'm hoping I can find something fairly local.
I'm sure there are local options and your HS should have resources as well I'd think.


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Lol! I remember having the SAT but no the ACT.
It's terrible, I don't even know if I took the ACT. I took something besides the SAT and I thought it was a state specific test that our state schools would accept instead of the SAT but maybe it was the ACT?

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What does ENCL stand for? Do you buys have ODP teams too? I think I recall you saying something about them.
Elite Club National League I think. Yes, we have ODP. K has done it a few times, including this year. What is nice is at her age it is actually a much smaller commitment, basically one tournament in Jan and then it is done. Don't know yet about next year.

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If your my child you're defs not getting booze.
you are SUCH a buzz kill mom!
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I am so excited!!!! 146 days!!!!! We are going Sept 24- Oct 5th and staying at POP. I will post my tentative plans if you want.

I'm so very happy for you. Heck yeah- post them!! We like to see it all.



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It's a blower truck, they come in and spray it all around for you, goes up to 150 feet deep from the truck. They will clean up, or you can pay less and clean it up yourself but it's a mess so we are having them do it.

Oh my gosh, I want this done. I'm looking at wheel barrow and gloves, the old fashioned way. How much is it to have it blown?



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I'm sure there are local options and your HS should have resources as well I'd think.
I bet you're right. Her school is very good about communicating resources so I'm sure they'll have local options.




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It's terrible, I don't even know if I took the ACT. I took something besides the SAT and I thought it was a state specific test that our state schools would accept instead of the SAT but maybe it was the ACT?
I bet it was the ACT.



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Elite Club National League I think. Yes, we have ODP. K has done it a few times, including this year. What is nice is at her age it is actually a much smaller commitment, basically one tournament in Jan and then it is done. Don't know yet about next year.
Thats nice. We haven't taken the ODP plunge with Joshua yet though I know it's coming. I don't want to commit to anything else. I'm committed out. And I'm going to need to be committed.



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Looks like we'll be doing Gabby's graduation cruise in June of 2015. Jenna et al are jointing us. Not sure if we're going to do a WDW cruise combo or just the cruise. Not sure what ship either. The Fantasy is gorgeous but the size scares me. The new and improved Magic may be an option depending on itineraries. Dream? Or maybe we'll love the Wonder so much we'll cruise it again. I hear its going on for dry dock next year so it may be all changed up too. I'm glad I'm getting to sail at least one original ship. I like nostalgia.
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Oh my gosh, I want this done. I'm looking at wheel barrow and gloves, the old fashioned way. How much is it to have it blown?


a lot more. Like 63% more. UGH.


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Thats nice. We haven't taken the ODP plunge with Joshua yet though I know it's coming. I don't want to commit to anything else. I'm committed out. And I'm going to need to be committed.
ODP isn't so bad commmittment wise even when younger. Some extra practices and I think there was 1-2 tournaments and then a weeklong camp if they make the "touring" team. What age group is he?

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Looks like we'll be doing Gabby's graduation cruise in June of 2015. Jenna et al are jointing us. Not sure if we're going to do a WDW cruise combo or just the cruise. Not sure what ship either. The Fantasy is gorgeous but the size scares me. The new and improved Magic may be an option depending on itineraries. Dream? Or maybe we'll love the Wonder so much we'll cruise it again. I hear its going on for dry dock next year so it may be all changed up too. I'm glad I'm getting to sail at least one original ship. I like nostalgia.
Ah, so she is only a sophomore? I thought she was a Junior for some reason. Lots of time on the SAT/ACT prep.

I was worried about size on the Dream and I do think for a first cruise, esp if it is short one that it could be tricky but there is such a sense of familiarity with the classic ships that we found it very easy for the most part as we had been on the Wonder. I think you'd be ok on any of them really and the kids would be all over the aquaduck. In general, the boys preferred the Dream I think but really loved the Wonder too. Group cruise, I love it!!!! For us it is all about the itineraries, although I do like the staterooms on the new ships better (WAY more storage). I would really like to go on the Fantasy to check out the ship but Jeff hasn't been interested in the itineraries whereas the Magic has had multiple that interest us. Go figure.
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a lot more. Like 63% more. UGH.

Yikes but sounds worth it. Hauling and spreading bark is one of the worst yard duties. I'd rather pick up doodle and weed.




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ODP isn't so bad commmittment wise even when younger. Some extra practices and I think there was 1-2 tournaments and then a weeklong camp if they make the "touring" team. What age group is he?

He's U11 or U12, not sure. I think U11. He's one of the oldest on his team which I don't love necessarily.



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Ah, so she is only a sophomore? I thought she was a Junior for some reason. Lots of time on the SAT/ACT prep.

Yes, just a sophomore. I really want her to begin prepping after she gets home from camp. I'm going to look into a summer course. She has crazy high aspirations.


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I was worried about size on the Dream and I do think for a first cruise, esp if it is short one that it could be tricky but there is such a sense of familiarity with the classic ships that we found it very easy for the most part as we had been on the Wonder. I think you'd be ok on any of them really and the kids would be all over the aquaduck. In general, the boys preferred the Dream I think but really loved the Wonder too. Group cruise, I love it!!!! For us it is all about the itineraries, although I do like the staterooms on the new ships better (WAY more storage). I would really like to go on the Fantasy to check out the ship but Jeff hasn't been interested in the itineraries whereas the Magic has had multiple that interest us. Go figure.

Why do you think they preferred the Dream?


I can see that. A lot of people book according to itinerary not ship or even price. I booked the Wonder based on price and itinerary. I wanted CC but didn't care as much about the other stops. I like the Fantasy's 7 day itinerary better because for one, its 7 days not 5 and I've always wanted to see the BVI (I think that's what they're called) but I have no desire to cruise the Fantasy first. Michaels fire coworker just took his kids on the Fantasy and loved it. Michaels now all open to a cruise. I said good thing as we're going in 2015. He sort of laughed. He always has to put up a fight but always gives in. It's a little game we play.

The Aquaduck or Aquadunk will be a mist have for 2015. Joshua wouldn't ride the Aquduck now unless he had a slew of buddies egging him on. He's seen Titanic one too many times and while he's excited, admittedly a little nervous about cruising.

I'm going to have to really look at itineraries. Gabby wants tropical and Jenna et al are good with that. Michael and Nate want Alaska which I'm not opposed too as much. I've been reading a ton of Alaska reports and it looks gorgeous. I retread yours too. I'd be open to a WDW cruise spilt too. Summer may call for the BWV. Hmm.......

Joshua didn't care for this cruise. All he wanted was somewhere the girls haven't been which is CC and also to go to Mexico because the girls have been there. He wants to have a one up. He'll have it. We're getting the kids' passports right after school gets out but for now only Joshua needs one. Hopefully that will, change by next summer. My girlfriends hubby is now working for Disneyland Paris and we'd love to go visit before he's finished. I can't even think how much flights to Paris are. All I know is that I don't want to go during their winter. She said it was miserable; worse than Utah's.
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Very nice chairs.
I do not go hands free either. No no, I must hold on.
Ooh the lion was awake.
Loved the safari pics.
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I do not go hands free either. No no, I must hold on.
Ooh the lion was awake.
Loved the safari pics.
All caught up.
Thank you, I really like them too. I ended up getting one of the replaced twice. I'm kind of a pain like that. Glad I did because the first set didn't come with the throw pillows, not pictured, but the new ones did. Odd.

Then you get just how crazy it was for me to take a photo. I felt wild anyway. Lol!

The safari is always such a treat. And AK near/at night is a total must.
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Here's the chair with pillow. I love them. They're so worth all the Top Ramen I'm having to eat.

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Cardiac surgery. That's what I do now. I love it. Loved it from the first time I walked in an open heart unit all those years ago. Until I actually start I don't want to give too many identifiers about the job, but let's just say there is some history involved which hopefully one day I can share. But I'm very excited and definitely on track for a May girls trip!

I love you chairs. Hopefully you don't have to eat too many ramen noodles!
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Cardiac surgery. That's what I do now. I love it. Loved it from the first time I walked in an open heart unit all those years ago. Until I actually start I don't want to give too many identifiers about the job, but let's just say there is some history involved which hopefully one day I can share. But I'm very excited and definitely on track for a May girls trip!

I love you chairs. Hopefully you don't have to eat too many ramen noodles!
I'm so glad that you found something you love! That's so exciting and congratulations. I can't wait to hear more about it. And cardiac? Wow! That's big stuff. Seriously. Way cool!


Tonight it's pasta with cut up veggies on the side. As silly as it sounds, I love these chairs. I can't wait for the love seat and four more pillows. I'm officially old. Furniture floats my boat.
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We left AK after a gorgeous evening with plenty of fun to be had. We said goodbye to Jenna et al and hopped the bus back to Kidani.

Kidani is simply gorgeous. Sorry for the blur. Here is the entrance. I just dug the lanterns.





The girls wanted to head back to the villa and unwind while me, Michael, and Joshua headed through the lobby and to the fire pit area. Im sure there is a proper name but I dont know what it is. We wanted to look through the night vision goggles. I had taken copious amounts of notes on must-dos at Kidani and this was one of them.

View from the fire pit:



The fire pit:



We met the sweetest CM who took to Joshua right away. There was only one other gentleman out there so we all got our own pairs of goggles. They were really so incredible. We saw giraffes mostly and it was so cool! We decided against taking pictures as not to disturb the night vision area.

We stayed for a good 30 minutes. This is Joshua and his new buddy. She was so patient and kind and gave us so many factoids about AKV. Shes the one who told us about the bead activity (foreshadowing)....we saw her multiple times through the trip and each time she said hello to Joshua, by name, and was very sweet. I think he may have developed a slight crush. She had a great accent too.



After the night vision experience, DH and I decided it was time for a drink! But first a few photos on the way back to the villa:





We took Joshua upstairs, dropped off our stuff, and headed to Sanaa. I had read him almost every menu before the trip and he still had no idea what Sanaa served. Men.

On the way:



We left the camera in the villa so all these photos were taken with my iPhone.

Sanaa is gorgeous. Its so inviting and warm and wonderful. It was pretty empty and we didnt have trouble finding a great spot. We found a cool round table with a half booth and big chair.

Upon entering:



Night caps have become one of our favorite things to do after a long day at the parks. We discovered this luxury while staying at the GCV.

Our server came over, gave us menus, and we decided what we wanted to drink. I knew I wanted chocolate, strong, and warm. I ordered a chocolate martini but asked for it warm. The bartender made it warm, added some whipped cream per my request. It was perfect and totally hit the spot. DH ordered a glass of red; Black Pearl Oro, Paarl South Africa to be exact. Both glasses hit the spot as did both of my warm martinis.



We also ordered the infamous bread service. I had first seen the bread service on one of Alisons trip reports and it went on my must-do list.



In proper DIS fashion I took photos of the menu too:





And a final decor shot:



With Michaels many trips to Africa, he just loved this and AKV in general. Homerun!

We sat and chatted about the trip, got a little tipsy, and just chilled. It was truly the perfect ending to a very magical day. Once again, purchasing DVC was the best vacation decision ever!


To be continued......

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What a lovely resort.

That CM looks really friendly and it seems like Joshua really liked the attention.

Nightcaps and bread service looks AAAAhMazing!
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I have had the bread service and it is a must do everytime I eat at Saana. So, so good.

And having a couple chocolate martinis with the bread service seems like a win-win to me.

I, too, love DVC and have no regrets about purchasing. I even bought my first resale contract before the prices dropped after the stock market crash and still no regrets. It was a great decision and took away all the pressure about how to score a Disney deal on a resort room or package. Best move ever.
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We are excited to have this as our new birthday protocol and the more the merrier.




The rooms at the DLH are beautiful. DVC generally makes hotel rooms just so-so but that's not the case with the DLH.

I do have some photos of Carsland but not a ton. I'll be back in 17 days and will take a ton during our commando Disney day.




What a wonderful way to spend your 40th! Having now stayed at the GCH and the refurbed DLH, I might choose the DLH unless you're renting DVC points for the GCV. The rooms at the GCH while pretty seem smaller than the rooms at the DLH. Some of the rooms though at the GCH have bunk beds which your boys might like.

The GCH/V though are fabulous. The lobby is unreal. We love Storytellers and Whitewater Snacks. We didn't get a chance to try Trader Sam's at the DLH but it's got that cool Tiki Vive and sounds fun. The pool at the GCV is also great. Lots of shade and lots of sun.

That's a tough choice but you can't go wrong with either.






It was a big room. We had more than enough room.


How did Scotty's testing go?






I've got another mini update of sorts regarding Spring Break and a very loose itinerary. I love a good itinerary. DH has decided to join us for the first few days of Spring Break He used to go with us on all of our trips but since going into business with his buddy it's very hard to plan anything super far out. Because this little Spring Break trip is so last minute, for me , he's able to join us. So as it stands, here are our plans:

Friday: drive from SLC to Vegas, stay the night. Right now I have the newly refurbed Plaza book for $48 a night. It's on Fremont St. downtown. My very picky friend stayed there recently and promises me the rooms are very clean and the interior of the hotel has been all remodeled, except the casino. My only hesitation is that the reviews are VERY mixed on this hotel. Realistically we won't arrive until about 9 pm and really just will want a decent dinner and a clean place to sleep. I am also stalking Expedia etc for any other great deals. We've stayed at so many places in Vegas. The Orleans is my first choice but it's booked solid. I'm also looking at the Hardrock Hotel but with it being the Friday night of Spring Break, I don't want to get caught up in all that Strip traffic. I know DH will be up for come Craps so I may have to change the hotel, maybe the Golden Nugget....I just don't know.

Saturday: early start to So Cal, staying with my bestie again, the same friend we just stayed with.

Sunday: Disneyland/DCA commando day. Orginally we were only going to get a one day/one park ticket but have decided to go for the hopper. A friend of a friend was able to get us a discount on our hoppers. I'm very grateful as I had NO idea how I was going to handle DCA without Disneyland. We haven't done a commando day without a midday break since the kids were all in strollers. I think I'm going to need a stroller. I'm working on that daily itinerary right now. I'll post more specifics about that later.

Monday: beach and then DH's flight leaves at 3:30 from LGB to SLC. LGB is the best airport. And speaking of, my Kayak daily flight alert came this morning and DH's flight went down $61 so I called and now have a JetBlue credit. I love JetBlue.

Tuesday- Friday: no idea. It'll be just the kids and myself. I know we'll do some beach days and we'll see my father a few times. He's in a SNF and can only handle visits of about an hour or so, so we don't really need to plan those. Of course they're wanting another Disneyland day. At least I raised them right. These days will be weather dependent and there's nothing we've got set in stone. My friend works during the day so I'm sure we'll do a few dinners/evenings with her and hit up some of our favorites; Taco Surf, Walt's Wharf, maybe McKenna's, and a few other spots.

Saturday: drive back to SLC from So Cal, no overnight stop. We love taking out time on the way out but on the way home we just want to get home.

Thanks for the line from your other trip report! Just pooping over!

Wait.....Does JetBlue offer credits like Alaska? After you ticket, if the price goes down, they will give you a credit? We are flying JetBlue in June and I agree, the LGB airport is the best!!


Okay....back to reading about your Disney birthday......



Eta: Honestly, I should NOT post on threads before having my morning coffee AND trying to type on an iPad! I meant to say thanks for the LINK not the LINE to your trip report. And, definitely didn't intend to use the term POOPING but instead I was just POPPING over! Oh my.....
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Here they are. If anybody reading has any suggestions please say them.


Tue, Sept 24 ~ Arrival, stay and hang out at resort.
Wed, Sept 25 ~ DHS ~ 50's Prime Time 4:25pm
Thu, Sept 26 ~ EPCOT ~ Rose & Crown 5:40pm
Fri, Sept 27 ~ Magic Kingdom ~ CRT 8:35am
Sat, Sept 28 ~ Animal Kingdom ~ Yak & Yeti 1:00pm
Sun, Sept 29 ~ Sleep in ~ BOMA 10:00 am ~ hang out at POP ~ go to MNSHP in the evening
Mon, Sept 30 ~ Sleep In ~ Magic Kingdom Plaza Restaurant 5:15pm
Tue, Oct 1 ~ EPCOT~Akershus 8:20am enjoy Food & Wine
Wed Oct 2 ~ Sleep in, DTD, and going to Fort Wilderness to look at the horses (Lexi loves,loves,loves horses) and Hoop Dee Doo 6:15pm
Thurs Oct 3 ~ Animal Kingdom Tusker House 11:15am
Fri Oct 4 ~ Whatever park we want (I am pretty sure it will be Magic Kingdom)
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I have had some coffee now but still typing on the iPad .....

That Club 33 looks fabulous!! What a fun way to spend your birthday!! And really cool to be able to enjoy it with others that know and appreciate the history!

Did you know when you were there that you would be heading back to DL with your family and that you would all get to go to Club 33 together for dinner?
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