I'll hit up some of my Disney friends at work, but I don't think any of them are campers.
Well it is 100% official. I'll be spending 16 days at WDW in October. My boss said she didn't care. I do have to tell a couple of my key staff they can't be gone, but they don't have plans.
I cancelled the Fort cart and have a Kenny cart reserved. 14 days (the first 2 of the trip are at Coronado Springs) is way over my threshold to pay the Disney convenience tax on their cart.
October seems like a long way off, and I still have several other trips before then, but I'm getting pretty excited.
Thanks for updating my dates. I've never spent more than 10 days at the Fort (or WDW). 16 is going to be surreal. I'm fortunate to get a lot of vacation time (equivalent of 5 weeks a year) and I can roll it over up to 400 hours a year. The 4 days we will be at WDW in April and the 16 in October push me into AP land. I'll get 3 or 4 day tickets for April so I can book FP+ at 60 days and then convert them to APs when we get there. From what I read, buying an AP now doesn't allow me to do FP in advance since the AP isn't "active" until first use.I've never spent more than a week (and now you're spending two weeks and still working HA)
I'll see what I can do about getting a spot for maybe 3 days during the week If the wife wants to go. If not, I might drive over myself one day during the meet up. I'll try and keep current on these plans.Thanks Arnold,
I hate to say this because I have tried to stay at LLSP 3 times, but I just cancelled my October reservation. As much as I was looking forward to camping across from Ed the night before our Fort arrival, I have the opportunity to extend our trip from 7 days to 17. DW has a conference at Coronado Springs on Oct 1-2. Instead of driving down on Friday the 9th, I'll be towing the camper down on September 30th, staying 2 nights at CS and then moving over to the Fort from October 3rd-17th.