We headed back to our room and found Wendy and DH waiting for us. How was Wendy? She was feeling much better! So what should we do? Go swimming of course! We spent a lovely afternoon in the pool. We rented tubes and I spent most of my time floating around the well named lazy river. One funny incident. At one point I was on the side and was attempting to hop into my tube. I plopped my bottom down and then proceeded to flip over backwards tube and all. I’m sure it was quite the sight. In fact it still makes Wendy laugh whenever I mention it. (She was lucky enough to see it.) Another amusing tidbit: The kids decided to play tag in the lazy river. They kept tagging me. Which was fine by me because I wasn’t playing tag. So they would get bored of me being It (because really how fun can tag be if no one is chasing you) and would approach me begging me to tag them. It amazed me how many times they continued to tag me. I always thought my kids were pretty bright, but I was wondering about that this afternoon. Anyway we had a great afternoon at a fabulous pool. If my kids were still really little or not good swimmers this pool might have been stressful because it is a big pool and there were no lifeguards. For us, however, it was great. After our fun afternoon we had to determine where to head for dinner. Because we had the luxury of the car we decided to venture off property to save a little money. (Always thinking about that budget.) So we decided to go with Sweet Tomato which is one of those soup/salad/pasta bar places. It is in Crossroads Plaza which is right by Downtown Disney. Very yummy place and much more economical than anything on Disney property (or at our hotel.) The kids loved it so much they want to go back every time we are in Disney. (They just liked the self serve soft ice cream.) After our yummy meal we headed back to Epcot. DH and Wendy were really hoping to use some of our fast passes from earlier in the day since they had missed most of Epcot. My boys had one thing on their mind. What was it? Duffy. They wanted to visit every Duffy coloring spot. They even named their mission. Duffy Quest. I had a different mission. I wanted a family Photopass shot. So that was the first thing we did first. Then we sent Wendy and DH off to Soarin while the boys and I continued our Duffy Quest. Since we’d gotten Mexico earlier in the day we decided to start in Canada. There are such lovely gardens here. Here is some Canadian Duffy Questing Here are some kilt wearing Canadians. Duffy Quest continued as we headed towards the UK. We were distracted for a bit by some Mickey Style Hopscotching. I have no pictures of Duffy Questing in England, but after the boys were finished they said hello to some old English friends. After this I’m pretty sure we colored Duffy in France and Morocco, but I have no pictures. I then told the boys our quest would have to take a break because I had another mission. The Sounds of Summer concert series was going on and it was Eagles night. So we found a seat in the auditorium and got our groove on. Well I got my groove on. The boys were bored to death. So I took them over to Duffy Quest in America and listened to the music from there. At the very end of the set Wendy and DH showed up. By this point Illuminations time was approaching. We staked out a pretty good spot by the railing to the side of the auditorium. We had a great view of the globe. This picture isn't from this night, but you get the idea. After the show we followed the masses out the Epcot main entrance. At this moment we were of course missing our Boardwalk home, but Bonnet Creek was right around the corner too. (We just had to drive there instead of walk.) We snuggled into our comfy bed, but I was already anticipating tomorrow because we were checking into Old Key West!