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Missed four feet of September snow by a day

We were in Babb and St. Mary, so we missed 54” and 45” respectively.

Missed four feet of September snow by a day.

The snowfall chart (above) came through Twitter last night, September 30, 2019, as we enjoyed an Epcot dinner and the final IllumiNations show.

IllumiNations debuted October 1, 1999.

Yesterday, my first full day at home in five weeks was busy playing catch-up. Luckily the car radio announced the final IllumiNations show and we quickly made plans to attend.

Grateful to miss Montana’s late September Snowmagedden and doubly grateful to not miss IllumiNations’ farewell.

Also picked up the new iPhone 11 Pro Max at the UPS Store.

Quite a positive day.

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A Summer of dreams

A most cherished Disney memory.
A most cherished speaking opportunity.
Had. To. Take. The. Risk.

A most cherished work opportunity.

A Summer of dreams.

Thank you, Glacier.

Thank you, Universe.

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Back to reality in Fantasyland

A wonderful or harsh reality, depending on your attitude.
Watertown, Canada gift shop. The Magic is never lost on me. The Force was strong.
The reality is the only constant is change. We had two places with cable TV and ABC isn’t available. The winds of change are blowing.

Last night we arrived home at Walt Disney World just before midnight.

First order of business was a dip in the pool.

For 36 days, being without warm water to jump into is a reality that i had to live with.

Not being within walking or biking distance of Walt Disney World was also a harsh reality.

However, the fantasy of daily working and hiking in one of the most spectacularly wild places in America was a fantasy wish come true.

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Goodbye Glacier

We got caught waving goodbye on Glacier’s Westside Apgar Village webcam yesterday.
The West side, pictured here at Lake McDonald, was bright and sunny.
The East side went from partly sunny to completely grey by 10:00 AM yesterday.
Approaching Wild Goose Island overlook. You can see how low the clouds have come.
Wild Goose Island shrouded in Winter storm clouds.

Goodbye Glacier, 2019.

Three trips.

Ten weeks.

Unprecedented.

Enlightening.

Thank you.

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Bold and simple

Bob Iger on Good Morning America a few days ago. Weeks ago, maybe longer, i pre-ordered Bob’s book, which arrived a week ago.

Bold.

Simple.

Electrifying.

The ride of a lifetime.

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