Packing to leave the world...
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Classic! We've seen plenty of others with that dilemma before....
By the Golden Gate Bridge. The trip report is now underway for our visits to San Francisco, Victoria, our Alaskan cruise on the Wonder and our return to Disneyland. The pre-trip report for our visit to Boston and New England is also underway.
That's what it looks like when we come back-- I'm big on souvenirs. That's how I got my nicest piece of luggage I've ever owned-- a rolling suitcase with the castle embroidered on it and Mickey on the zipper pulls-- because I brought an extra bag and all my new stuff still wouldn't fit. I think it was an overflow of stuffed animals, iirc, as they don't condense well in packing.
Best moment at a Disney park: when Stitch proposed to me!
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