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Old 11-29-2012, 04:39 PM   #11
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Well Grumpy, should have known you'd have this information
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Old 11-29-2012, 06:18 PM   #12
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Grumpy,
We are heading back to North Fla this weekend, not sure if we will be back the first of the year or not, heading to Tennessee after Christmas, who knows were after that.
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Old 11-29-2012, 06:45 PM   #13
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We are heading back to North Fla this weekend, not sure if we will be back the first of the year or not, heading to Tennessee after Christmas, who knows were after that.
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Old 11-29-2012, 06:53 PM   #14
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Christmas Pictures from Disney's Wilderness Lodge and Grand Floridian

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I know this thread is about Fort Wilderness and RVing, but several folks have talked about going to WDW via the hectic airplane/airport route.
The last two times we've gone with our kids, we've taken the Amtrack. It was a blast. We got a family sleeper car (sleeps 2 adults & 2 kids). We went from Minneapolis to Chicago, Chicago to Wash DC (6 hour layover in DC, so we got to tour the Capitol, Library of Congress and a few Smithsonian museums). And then DC to Orlando. We spent 2 nights in the sleeper and enjoyed seeing the countryside and eating meals on board. If you are not in a hurry and don't want to pull your travel trailer all the way to Florida, this is a great way to travel and to have your kids experience train travel before all these passenger trains are gone. Next time, we'll take the City of New Orleans (the train Arlo Guthrie sang about) and get to Disney via Louisianna and across the southern Gulf states.
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Woo Hoo! Just booked a premium site for August!
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T minus 1 week and we're on the road to the Fort! :mickey: Little worried though after we called the fort a while back to see what site # we were booked for through AAA travel we were told its assigned upon check-in.
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We just got back from out DW trip and stay at the Fort. Let me tell you that the Fort was the cleanest campground Ive ever seen. The bath houses were spotless and our site was well raked/cleaned awaiting our arrival. We ended up in the 1900 loop which was just fine for us, quiet and quick bike ride to the pool. I would love to do this trip again...just not anytime soon.
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We just got back from out DW trip and stay at the Fort. Let me tell you that the Fort was the cleanest campground Ive ever seen. The bath houses were spotless and our site was well raked/cleaned awaiting our arrival. We ended up in the 1900 loop which was just fine for us, quiet and quick bike ride to the pool. I would love to do this trip again...just not anytime soon.
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We just got back from out DW trip and stay at the Fort. Let me tell you that the Fort was the cleanest campground Ive ever seen. The bath houses were spotless and our site was well raked/cleaned awaiting our arrival. We ended up in the 1900 loop which was just fine for us, quiet and quick bike ride to the pool. I would love to do this trip again...just not anytime soon.
Check out and join www.fortfiends.net and you can relive yout trip and keep up with all that happens at the FORT and WDW.
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