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Old 10-02-2012, 01:06 PM   #121
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NINJA POSTER! Now I have to go back and read the update (I'll leave my post alone for the next time we are waiting or an update )
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And our little bundle of joy / alarm clock had us up around 6, so it seemed like as good a time as any for that picture.
Were you really calling him a "bundle of joy" at 6 a.m.?

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They blow up an air mattress in the living room, and between that and the couch, they all find a place to snuggle. Until the kids fall asleep, anyway. Then grandma and grandpa sneak off to an actual bed.
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We did take an hour or so to help Bambi's cousin move into her dorm at Florida Southern College (home of the Fighting Moccasins! And no, I didn't make that up. If I had made it up, it would have been funnier.)
My favorite: The UC-Santa Cruz Fighting Banana Slugs.

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We were hoping that killing time by hauling all of the worldly possessions of a college freshman up a flight of stairs would let the weather clear.
Only one flight? You got off easy.

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It was a bit past lunch time when we arrived, so we made a bee line to Earl of Sandwich for a Hawaiian BBQ and whatever everyone else had.
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So I got that straightened out while Ryder gave his Grandmother dirty looks.



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Evan got a bottle of water and finished most of it within a few minutes. Much like his cheapskate father (no, wait. Let's go with "frugal father." It makes me sound better), he decided to refill it for free. With Alien Spit.


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He may have caught a little bit in the bottle, but not enough that we needed to worry about some kind of extra-terrestrial bacteria mutating him into some kind uber-strong super genius.
...und genius!

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After a little snack at Pollo Compero, we made like a banana and left. Or maybe it was split?
That's about as funny as a screen door on a battleship.

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Mini golf? Oh. Hold on while I put this big bag back in the trunk.
What for? You'd definitely win the Long Drive competition.

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I know you're asking yourself "how the heck did he putt with a baby hanging off of his chest?" Very well, actually. Ryder helped line up all of my putts - reading the breaks, judging with wind speed and direction, and making adorable cooing noises to encourage me.
Looks like someone was snapping pictures in your backswing, too. I hope Ryder took care of business.

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The hockey hole was a big hit with Evan. I sent one top shelf - where momma keeps the cookies - and beat him glove side. I then sent a wrister 5-hole that had too much pepper for his butterfly to catch up to. Hockey is just as fun to talk about as it is to play!


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We got there at an awesome time. The sun was just starting to set, so we started the round illuminated in it's golden glow (fancy words, there, huh?) But as we played, the lights started to turn on, bathing the course in the multicolored beauty of Christmas lights. I have a thesaurus.
It shore was purty out there.

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And just to up the degree of difficulty, around the 14th hole Ryder started getting hungry. Yup, feeding a baby with one hand a putting with the other. I should be expecting my Ryder Cup (no relation) invitation any day now.
I think you still would have putted better than Steve Stricker did. Oy.

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Ah, Evan's favorite hole. Sink a putt, and Frost starts squirting all over.
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Great update Barry. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I just don't know how you were able to golf with Ryder on your chest. But he looks like he was having fun by flying in your one picture. His arms were out and ready.
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:15 PM   #125
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I show up, make fun of you for not posting an update, then you go and post 2 updates before I get back.

Glad you made it to Florida safely! (I'm assuming you made it home safely too or how else would this TR be written?)

Nothing worse than expecting to board the plane and it's not even there.

DTD at 11pm with on arrival night? You are hard core!

Love the mini golf pictures... Ryder looks like he was enjoying himself.
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Luvin the update! I loled at Evan's way to fill the water bottle! Alien Spit
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We did take an hour or so to help Bambi's cousin move into her dorm at Florida Southern College (home of the Fighting Moccasins! And no, I didn't make that up. If I had made it up, it would have been funnier.) We were hoping that killing time by hauling all of the worldly possessions of a college freshman up a flight of stairs would let the weather clear.
Well that was nice of you. I'm not sure how many people out there would want to take part of a day out of their vacation to move stuff into a dorm room.

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It seems that when we were there at 11:00 last night, they assigned the adult Annual Passes to Madison and Evan and age 3-9 APs to Bambi and I.
Well, I can understand them confusing you with a 3 - 9 year old, but I'm not sure what their excuse was for Bambi.

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So I got that straightened out while Ryder gave his Grandmother dirty looks.


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That Sorcerer Mickey statue with the brooms used to be over in Hollywood Studios in front of the Brown Derby restaurant. I made a mental note to see what they had over in that space when we went there in a few days. Don't get your hopes up that I'll tell you what it is - I completely forgot to look.
What a letdown. I guess I'll have to wait until December now.

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Much like his cheapskate father (no, wait. Let's go with "frugal father." It makes me sound better), he decided to refill it for free. With Alien Spit.
His cheapskate father drinks alien spit????

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A dance troupe was just getting set up on the Downtown Disney stage and Madison wanted to watch.
In other news, the sun rises in the East.

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(and as you can see, Stitch got more on him than in the bottle.)
A sure sign of a good time.

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"how the heck did he putt with a baby hanging off of his chest?"
No worse than normal.

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I have a thesaurus.
I have a triceratops. Oh, wait... nevermind.

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Yup, feeding a baby with one hand a putting with the other.
But how are you supposed to hold the beer?

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We finished up the round, turned in our putters, and headed back to Bambi's parent's house for an early bed time. Well, earlier than last night anyway.
Hopefully there was time for some of Madison's homemade cookies before bed time.
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NINJA POSTER! Now I have to go back and read the update (I'll leave my post alone for the next time we are waiting or an update )
I'm sure you'll need it eventually.

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Were you really calling him a "bundle of joy" at 6 a.m.?
Yes. It was more a reminder to myself why we don't eat our young.

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Good plan. Grandma and Grandpa ain't no dummies.
Well, they do keep letting us stay there, so your assumption may not be totally accurate.

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How can you reference Banana slugs without this guy: ??

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Only one flight? You got off easy.
I was carrying the microwave, got half way up, and offered to buy her a toaster instead.

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It doesn't matter what everyone else had. You chose wisely.
To be fair, just pointing blindly at the menu and choosing something is a pretty wise choice there.

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That's about as funny as a screen door on a battleship.
It's "screen door on a submarine," you dork.

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What for? You'd definitely win the Long Drive competition.
Don't be so sure. Evan put one onto the hole in front of us, and somehow - to this day, no one knows how - Bambi put one onto the hole behind us.

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Looks like someone was snapping pictures in your backswing, too. I hope Ryder took care of business.
Why do you think all these pictures are off of my phone instead of the fancy camera with a putter shaped dent in the lens?

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It shore was purty out there.
That's what I said.....I think.

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I think you still would have putted better than Steve Stricker did. Oy.
He's from Wisconsin, you know. But he went off to college in Illinois, so we can blame that.

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Would "melting" have been a better word?
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Great update Barry. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I just don't know how you were able to golf with Ryder on your chest. But he looks like he was having fun by flying in your one picture. His arms were out and ready.
He had a good time just being carried around and looking at all the lights. Besides, actually seeing your ball when you try to hit it is overrated anyway.

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I show up, make fun of you for not posting an update, then you go and post 2 updates before I get back.
I was motivated by anger.

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Glad you made it to Florida safely! (I'm assuming you made it home safely too or how else would this TR be written?)
Bandwidth from the Great Beyond is actually pretty good.

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Nothing worse than expecting to board the plane and it's not even there.
I can think of one thing: expecting to board the plane and seeing the maintenance crew re-attaching a wing with duct tape.
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DTD at 11pm with on arrival night? You are hard core!
What can I say - they have ice cream.
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Love the mini golf pictures... Ryder looks like he was enjoying himself.
Of course, he was strapped to me.

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Luvin the update! I loled at Evan's way to fill the water bottle! Alien Spit
I wonder how long he would have stayed there to fill that bottle if I hadn't coaxed him along?
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Priceless....
I've got some - dare I say it - better ones of him coming up!

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Well that was nice of you. I'm not sure how many people out there would want to take part of a day out of their vacation to move stuff into a dorm room.
Most of the heavy lifting was done by the time we got there. Besides, it was worth it to watch a very nerdy upperclassmen stand in the rain and awkwardly give directions to all of the incoming freshmen girls.

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Well, I can understand them confusing you with a 3 - 9 year old, but I'm not sure what their excuse was for Bambi.
She wasn't with me. They probably won't believe I married that far up even if she was standing next to me.

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What a letdown. I guess I'll have to wait until December now.
Well, you've got that to look forward to then.

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His cheapskate father drinks alien spit????
I don't often drink alien spit, but when I do, it's Experiment 626.

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In other news, the sun rises in the East.
I didn't exactly lay down a huge shocker there, did I?

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No worse than normal.
Pretty much, yeah.
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But how are you supposed to hold the beer?
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Hopefully there was time for some of Madison's homemade cookies before bed time.
We may have had a few....
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Who needs the beach when you can have so much fun at Downtown Disney & Disney mini-golf?!? Really looks like y'all were having a fun day! I finally got to try Earl of Sandwich last weekend.....YUM!!!
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I usually save the "Holy cow, look how tired these kids are!" pictures for later in the Trip Report, after several days in the parks and pools. But since we didn't get to the in-law's house until midnight, and the kids were all wound up to see their grandparents, sleep didn't come until the wee hours of the morning. And our little bundle of joy / alarm clock had us up around 6, so it seemed like as good a time as any for that picture.



That is a sure sign of exhaustion and needing sleep.

(What's the deal with the sleeping arrangements, you ask? The kids love to have "sleepovers" with grandma & grandpa. They blow up an air mattress in the living room, and between that and the couch, they all find a place to snuggle. Until the kids fall asleep, anyway. Then grandma and grandpa sneak off to an actual bed.)

Our kids loved sleepovers at Grandma & Grandpa's when they were little.

So, the original plan from the Pre-Trip Report (well, if I had done a Pre-Trip Report, this would have been in there) was to spend the morning and afternoon at Clearwater Beach, playing in the water and making sandcastles and stuff. However, the weather was not looking very cooperative. We checked the forecast and the radar, and neither looked conductive to a good time at the beach.

We did take an hour or so to help Bambi's cousin move into her dorm at Florida Southern College (home of the Fighting Moccasins! And no, I didn't make that up. If I had made it up, it would have been funnier.) We were hoping that killing time by hauling all of the worldly possessions of a college freshman up a flight of stairs would let the weather clear. We we wrong.

While the rain did eventually stop, we had no way of knowing if or when or how hard it would start up again, so we decided to forgo our beach plans and go to Downtown Disney instead. I know, the sacrifices we have to make to enjoy ourselves.

Sorry you didn't get your beach day.

It was a bit past lunch time when we arrived, so we made a bee line to Earl of Sandwich for a Hawaiian BBQ and whatever everyone else had. I think they had sandwiches, but I can't be certain.

Love Earl of Sandwich.

After we finished, I had a little more business to attend to at Guest Relations. It seems that when we were there at 11:00 last night, they assigned the adult Annual Passes to Madison and Evan and age 3-9 APs to Bambi and I. So I got that straightened out while Ryder gave his Grandmother dirty looks.







Now that's funny...both the mix-up in tickets and the look on Ryder's face.!

That Sorcerer Mickey statue with the brooms used to be over in Hollywood Studios in front of the Brown Derby restaurant. I made a mental note to see what they had over in that space when we went there in a few days. Don't get your hopes up that I'll tell you what it is - I completely forgot to look.

Hmmmm....I don't think anything was there if I remember correctly.

It was a rather warm day, and with all of the rain for that morning; quite humid as well. Evan got a bottle of water and finished most of it within a few minutes. Much like his cheapskate father (no, wait. Let's go with "frugal father." It makes me sound better), he decided to refill it for free. With Alien Spit.





He may have caught a little bit in the bottle, but not enough that we needed to worry about some kind of extra-terrestrial bacteria mutating him into some kind uber-strong super genius. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

A dance troupe was just getting set up on the Downtown Disney stage and Madison wanted to watch. Evan, however, knew was was just down the path. They're small, they're plastic, they hurt like the dickens when you step on them at 1:00am in a dark house with bare feet, but they provide hours and hours of entertainment - LEGOs!



I hated stepping on those darn things when a child was crying in the middle of the night.


After the "weird Chinese dancing" (Madison's professional review), they joined us at the Lego store and together built an impenetrable lunar fortress! Or maybe it's a quaint cottage in the woods nestled between a babbling brook and a wild-flower meadow. I think they were working off of two separate sets of blueprints there.

Not only a dance, a cheerleader and an actress, she is now also a critic.

After a little snack at Pollo Compero, we made like a banana and left. Or maybe it was split? Whatever. Madison went back with Grandma and Grandpa to bake cookies (hard to find fault in that logic) while Bambi and her Boys loaded up the Big Bertha Drivers, Titlist Irons and Scotty Cameron putters and headed for...

Where are my cookies?



Mini golf? Oh. Hold on while I put this big bag back in the trunk.

Being Wisconsinites (aka "Cheeseheads", "Sconnies" or "Completely Awesome People") we couldn't stay away from the snow for long, so we chose the Winter course.



I'm hoping the snow stays away for as long as possible.

I know you're asking yourself "how the heck did he putt with a baby hanging off of his chest?" Very well, actually. Ryder helped line up all of my putts - reading the breaks, judging with wind speed and direction, and making adorable cooing noises to encourage me.



Thank God you had Ryder....I've decided MOST grown men cheat at mini-golf.

The course itself is really neat. Santa and his elves have set up camp here after a freak Florida blizzard dumped a bunch of snow and ice every where. And no, those aren't Gulfstream trailers. They're Elfstream.





Isn't it a great course? I love playing mini-golf at Disney.


And just to up the degree of difficulty, around the 14th hole Ryder started getting hungry. Yup, feeding a baby with one hand a putting with the other. I should be expecting my Ryder Cup (no relation) invitation any day now.



A man of many talents.

Ah, Evan's favorite hole. Sink a putt, and Frost starts squirting all over.




The final three holes are inside a really cool little pavilion, complete with stockings (er, flippers) hung by the chimney with care. And a nice hug from Bambi's big guy.





We finished up the round, turned in our putters, and headed back to Bambi's parent's house for an early bed time. Well, earlier than last night anyway. Tomorrow was going to be a big day!

Up Next: More LEGOs than you can shake a stick at.
Sounds like a great day!
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It was a great day! Hard to beat EoS!

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That is a sure sign of exhaustion and needing sleep.
In case you were wondering what happens when two bed hogs share a bed - the crash into each other and create a mini black hole.
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Our kids loved sleepovers at Grandma & Grandpa's when they were little.
Mom and dad like them too. It's a little quiet time for us!
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Sorry you didn't get your beach day
Meh. It happens. Better to get rained out from the beach than a day at Disney.
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Now that's funny...both the mix-up in tickets and the look on Ryder's face.!
That kid had a million expressions!
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I hated stepping on those darn things when a child was crying in the middle of the night.
And he was probably crying because he lost that LEGO that you just "found"
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Multi-talented!
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Where are my cookies?
They were delicious.
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I'm hoping the snow stays away for as long as possible.
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Thank God you had Ryder....I've decided MOST grown men cheat at mini-golf.
Regular golf, too.

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Isn't it a great course? I love playing mini-golf at Disney.
And the 50% AP discount helps too.

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Sounds like a great day!
Yes, yes it was.

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Love Evan's Cubs shirt.
Thanks. It killed Bambi (a White Sox fan) to buy that for him. I didn't even know she did it until she surprised me with some photos she had taken.
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