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Crazy Means Different Things To Different People

Crazy means different things to different people. What one defines as crazy, to another is simply business as usual. Yesterday was a major milestone for some people – their first (and probably last) marathon.

For others, it was a Sunday morning and an opportunity for a routine visit to a Disney Park – father, son, son’s friend…here’s how it played out. (each photo has a caption)

Driving through town to visit Epcot for a few hours.
January 8, 2012 approx 9:30am. The Disney full Marathon began at 5:30am
We watched some of the finish (4:22 - 4:40 finishing times)
Approximately 16k+ runners earned this yesterday (Jan. 8, 2012)
He carried our Flag 26.2 miles.
Very last runner at mile 25, French pavilion Epcot World Showcase, 2pm Jan. 8

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five different sites.

7 replies on “Crazy Means Different Things To Different People”

Possibly. But the ladder on the bridge between UK and France is out of place, by itself.

What’s probably missing is the photographer standing atop the ladder capturing memories of the runners as they near their goal of completing a marathon. πŸ™‚

Speaking of which, I didn’t realize that France and UK were connected by a foot bridge. I knew there was a tunnel under the channel . . . . but you can actually walk between the two. πŸ™‚

David, yes, ladder for a photographer. And yes, it is a nice bridge. You could swim, but security would frown upon it. You’d probably go viral on You Tube though.

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