And I left winter coats and gloves at home. Brr. We tried to avoid the shade.
|No short sleeves. Yes, Jenny is shivering.|
|In line for Jedi training.|
|Listening to instructions.|
|Darth Vader cometh.|
|Billy bravely ready to fight evil.|
|Not sure if this is a defensive or offensive move.|
I think it's supposed to be offensive..
|The class stands firmly opposed to the Dark Side.|
Check out the cutie on the far left. Bad to the bone.
|This happy face made standing in the cold worth it.|
After our lunch we split up again. Bill took 4 off to some of the indoor shows while I took Billy and Katie, the Daring Duo, to ride the Tower of Terror and the Rock 'n' Roller Coaster. Although I like for us to do things together, it's not much fun for little kids to sit and wait for big kids to get off rides...nor is it fun for big kids to sit through things geared for a younger audience. And going separate ways gets you through a park faster.
The lines were blessedly short and we joined the rest of the family for a Playhouse Disney show that Mary thoroughly enjoyed. The rest of us were happy to be sitting and warm. By this time, our Fast Pass ride time was almost up. We headed to Toy Story Mania, which is a larger than life 3-D video game, similar to the Buzz Lightyear ride in Magic Kingdom. Mary really couldn't figure out her gun, so I ignored her and focused on maximizing my score.
I dogged our group, by a landslide.
|The whole place was made to look like you were the scale of|
a toy soldier. We liked the C9 lights...more like C9000 lights.
|The "toy" scale carried through outside. It was cute.|
|I asked Bill what in the world he was taking a picture of.|
The army guys, of course. They were well done.
|As I said, cute.|
|She wanted me to hold her up so she could|
reach the PlayDoh to get it out.
Her heaven: a lifetime supply of PlayDoh.
|The little kids were too scared to get near the ant.|
Thank goodness the big kids aren't too big to pose.
|Shiny, happy people (not holding hands).|