Yooooooooooo! It's not every day that I go to Walt Disney World and do the Dopey Challenge, so I figure I might as well do a little trip report. This is my second trip report. You can read the first one here. First, some introductions. I'm Lee, your trip report guide. I'm a 35-year-old father, husband, writer, amateur photographer, runner and unabashed Disney World fanatic. Traveling with me on this trip was my wife, Hannah; my twin 12-year-old daughters, Josie and Robyn; and my 4.5 year old daughter, Maya. Here are the deets: We were scheduled to fly out of the Moline (Ill.) airport on Tuesday, Jan. 8 and arrive at Orlando International Airport later that day. The plan was to stay at Port Orleans Riverside at Walt Disney World from Jan. 8 to Tuesday, Jan. 15, then spend one day at Loews Royal Pacific resort at Universal Studios where we had a one-day, two-park pass for Universal Studios Orlando and Islands of Adventure. In addition to having a rocking family vacation, my plan was to participate in the Dopey Challenge (5K, 10K, half marathon, and full marathon) on Jan. 10-13. The Dopey Challenge was my second runDisney event following the 2017 Walt Disney World Marathon, my first marathon. The Dopey represents my fourth marathon, fourth half, first technical 10K (I've run several 7-milers) and ??? 5K. Here I am during the 2017 full: I've also been a member of the runDisney community on Disboards for around three years. My goals for the trip: - Have an awesome family vacation - Complete the Dopey Challenge - Meet a bunch of runDisney All-Stars - Try new Disney restaurants - Get some good photos of the various nighttime shows So, there you have it... Interested in what happens next? Feel free to follow along. I'll be happy to have you. Feel free to ask questions (like "why in the heck would anyone do Dopey?") or provide commentary ("your photos aren't very good and you look overweight for a marathoner") along the way. Ready? Here we go!