Sunday, April 9, 2017


We packed almost everything last night, so we only had a few items to get in the suitcase this morning.  Our plan was for me to take everything to the airline drop off, but there was no line so everyone was able to help.  With everyone helping we had time for all of us to get to EPCOT before it opened.  Doug had not ridden Test Track yet, so we started there.  The line was already long before the park even opened, but we had time to ride before heading to Soarin'.  It was by far my favorite ride of the week. Meg and Cam have enjoyed that we have been on the top row the past two times we have ridden it.  We finished EPCOT by taking a ride on the Gran Fiesta one last time and getting German pretzels.  No one was excited to go home, but our Magical Express was to arrive in a half hours, so we knew we had better head out.

The ride to the airport was a sad one, but a quick one.  We arrived about two hours before our flight and were glad that we did as it took awhile to get through security.  We ate lunch at the airport and by the time we got to the terminal our flight was almost ready to board.  The takeoff and landing were a lot bumpier than usual and Doug struggled to make it without being sick.  He felt better once we got to Midway and we appreciated him getting the car while we waited for the luggage.

We were able to watch the end of the Masters on the way home.  All of us had put a $1 in the pot and picked a player to win.  Meg had the favorite, Dustin Johnson, but he hurt his back and had to withdraw.  My Dad chose, Henrik Stenson, but he didn't even made the cut.  The rest of us were in it until the last day.  At that point only Cal and Brett had a chance.  Brett's player, Sergio Garcia, pulled ahead and ended tied for the lead after 18 holes.  The playoff was intense, but in the end Sergio won his first major and Brett earned $7.  By the time the Masters ended we were close to Milford.  We were able to get everything inside before we were ready for bed.  Unpacking will wait until tomorrow.

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