I'm going to ignore the fact that I will be required to return to work in a little over two weeks time. Instead, we will talk about Disney World. When you have the heart of a four-year-old, it really can be the most magical place on Earth.

This is a shot of the "Tree of Life" at the Animal Kingdom. If you look closely you can see that artist spent what must have been a very long time carving a variety of animals into the trunk of the tree.

Alex and I are standing on the dock outside the main lobby of our hotel. We stayed at the Port Orleans Riverside Resort near downtown Disney.

Mainstreet at the Magic Kingdom provided us with a lot of entertainment. One of the more exciting moments of the day occured when we ran into the sax quartet. They sounded amazing, of course.

This shot was just too cute to pass up. Dinosaurs DO exist!

It rained on us both days we spent at the park, but there was time for a few shots of blue sky before the afternoon thunderstorms began.

Our hotel was quite large, having numerous buildings for rooms, activity centers, etc. This bridge is one of several that connected the different areas to the main lobby.

What's a trip to Disney without a picture or eight of Cinderella's castle?

This picture was taken at the gates of the Animal Kingdom. This park is one of the smallest of all the Disney parks, but it's the only one with lions, tigers, and bears, oh my!

"Where are you?" ... "The happiest place on Earth.".... "You're at McDonalds?!"... "No, Wes. Disney World." Apparently you can't have Disney without McDonalds after all.

This is a picture of one of the street acts we ran into at the Animal Kingdom. The juggling was amazing, but the man standing on the buckets was incredible. I was there, those buckets are not attached to the box, or the planks of wood sandwiched between.

Up close and personal. The most amazing man in all the world.

I can honestly say this was the greatest trip I've ever been on, and I couldn't have be given a more wonderful person to share the experience. The End.


Blogger Mammaw said...

Sounds like you had a great time! I'm happy for you. That Tree of Life is really neat, huh? Should have told you to look up our photo on the wall. George & I did that when we went to Disney after we were married....haven't been back to view it. I'm sure it loverly.

July 18, 2006 3:43 PM  

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