too far away from home.
- Mar 25, 2005
Saw this on the Humphrey's Forum for Fans of WL FB page. Adorable!
A special nod to those who died in service during WWII. It was indeed a perilous time in the world, and they gave all to help not just the U.S. but to help all free people in all nations. A thought to remember during this time. . .
I think you will be okay for January. We have a December reservation and I think that will be okay too. With whatever the new normal is, of course. I wouldn't worry for 8 months about your reservation...just enjoy the planning for your special mother/daughter trip!Well it looks like we have things set for the end of January. I'm excited but worried at the same time. I hope things will be ok by then. BTW we haven't been to WDW in 6 years so I would welcome any advice on anything that is new since then.
Six years, huh? So since 2014? Wow, you will see a ton of changes. Start with a visit to the Wilderness Lodge campus and enjoy a drink at Geyser Point on the shore of Bay Lake.BTW we haven't been to WDW in 6 years so I would welcome any advice on anything that is new since then.
Granny did a great job of filling you in on the updates since your last trip. So many changes: some for better, some not so much. If you do get over to the Lodge, you won't recognize the place. The main lobby and Lodge itself look almost the same (new covered outdoor seating for Roaring Fork and kids splash area are both relatively new); however, the new cabins on the north and south side of the Lodge might make your jaw drop. They are beautiful, as is Geyser Point which sits where the old beach area was. Gone, unfortunately, is the beach, the Hidden Springs pool, and the nature trail that meandered off behind the bike shop. Currently, the paved bike path to FW is also closed as work proceeds with the newest resort, Reflections.BTW we haven't been to WDW in 6 years so I would welcome any advice on anything that is new since then.