We had five beautiful days in Disney World with Jen, her hubby Pete and our Grands, Austin & Ali.
Ali & Jen in Animal Kingdom, I think.
Lunch at Yak & Yeti in the Animal Kingdom.
Here are a few animal pics. Not sure what some of them are.
This was what we rode in on the safari. It was a little bouncy, so some of the pics may appear to be a little shaky.
Here we are at Indiana Jones Show. The show was stopped half way through as one of the stuntmen fell off the roof of the set and an ambulance had to be called. Everyone was asked to leave, which was about 1500 people. We never heard how he fared.
Somewhere in Hollywood Studio, Nancy, Jen & Pete.
Ali & Austin
Another day ends in the Magic Kingdom.
Outside the Chevy Experience ride.
Black rhinos I think.
A learning stop in the animal kingdom.
The petting zoo...
Hello little piggy!
The Tree of Life is a sculpted 14-story (145-foot tall), 50-foot wide tree, is the centerpiece and icon in Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park since it opened on April 22, 1998.
Making memories is what it's all about.
Near the end of another fabulous day in Disney World. Time to hitch a ride.
Pete & Austin with Mount Kilimanjaro in the background. They rode the roller coaster there.
Inside the Lion King Show. The shows are worth waiting for in DW.
And this brings us to the end of this blog, as the kids wait for their tram back to parking lot.
I must admit: It was fun spending time with Pete, Jen and the Grands, Ali & Austin, however, it is tiring. We slept good each night at the Shades of Green. They stayed on property as well, at the Beach Club. We rode many boats, monorails & fun rides. Lord willing, we will do it again next year with them and Natalie and her troupe as well. So, till our next blog, Joe & Nancy, RVing Beach Bums.