If any of you have read my last two posts, you saw that my husband and I wanted to head on down to Disney in February and March of 2019. However, due to every single snowbird in the world obviously being in Disney during this time, there was no room at the inn. Next, I spent some time thinking about where else we might like to go on vacation next year, but Disney was like a ping pong ball in my head. So, I did some outside-the-box thinking and realized that---hey, we are retired, we can go to Disney another month. The trip doesn't HAVE to be in February and March. Don't laugh, it took me two entire days to come up with that thought. I called reservations and got a campsite for April, around Easter. Crowds looked average, weather was nice and prices in 2018, at $128, were lower than February and March. Great. BUT, the cost of a campsite for April 2019, had skyrocketed to $174.00 a night. Now, I paid it. I mean, we want to go to Disney, but WOW !!! This is a piece of bare ground we are talking about. And, around Easter, not Christmas, not New Year's. Maybe this is just me being frugal and sixty, remembering the cost of what things used to be. But, does anyone else think that this is an excessive price jump?