Peggy, a friend from church, had worked at Disney for many years and offered to use one of her passes to take Lynda to Animal Kingdom. Lynda and Peggy on the tram going to Animal Kingdom.
Lynda and Peggy walking into Animal Kingdom.
The Tree of Life, We watched the Bug's Life and saw the tree illuminated at night. There are over 300 animals carved into the tree.
A beautiful flock of macaws flew in.
We watched some street entertainment and saw the musical Nemo.
We enjoyed the Safari ride in the late afternoon. We had a very informative guide and saw lots of animals. This is an interesting tree that looks like it grows upside down.
The River of Light show had just started at Animal Kingdom this week. We weren't able to get a seat to see it but were able to watch from a bridge. I will have to go back and get a Fast pass to watch it from the bleachers.
It had a slow start but got much better. Very pretty.
Another day Lynda and I went to Disney Springs. We did a little shopping and lots of walking. I love the Lego shop. It is amazing what they have made from Legos, like this sea serpent. They have cards on some of the displays telling how many million legos were used and how many hours of time it took to make them.
We celebrated Lynda's birthday a few months early by taking her to Epcot. We weren't be back in PA in time for her birthday this year. We had fast passes for Spaceship Earth and Soaring.
It was Epcot's Flower and Garden festival.
We walked through the butterfly house.
Gardens were beautiful.
Lots of cute topiaries.
At 5:30 we went to hear Dennis DeYoung.
Larry enjoyed him enough to go and see his 6:45 show. Lynda and I walked around some more of the countries. We then ended the day with the fireworks.
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