My pictures are backed up at least five times. Mainly on my external hard-drive, again onto the regular hard-drive, again on my hubby's Mac, again on my daughter's computer in Columbus and lastly on the laptop ~ as you can see , I don't want to take any chances of losing them!
lucky! I just stayed in lexington, but it is all very pretty. i was in shorts enjoying the sun then came back up here and froze when i stepped out of the car! i miss it already
on the bright side, i can now upload some trip pics
wow, that is pretty close! I live just outside of Toronto, not too far from the boarder. Im actually going to Walsh University in North canton Ohio for my Accounting major Im so excited!
aww, you must come to Canada more often! up north is soo beautiful, especially if you are into camping
yeah, the new boarder rules kind of suck, though the canucks are pretty lax about it all.
anyways, I really like the US. Im in Kentucky right now for the Rolex and I must say Kentucky is awsome!!!
We're probably not that far apart geographically-speaking ~ I live in Youngstown, Ohio and it is only a 3 1/2 to 4-hour drive to Niagara Falls, Canada ~ my kids traveled to Toronto on field trips but I never made it there myself. Have been all the way East to Point-au-Pic (sp), Quebec, but not upwards. Have been to Windsor a couple times while visiting Detroit but that was decades ago!! Now hubby and I have to get passports just to drive into Canada for the day. Used to only need our birth certificates, driver's licenses and marriage license (? ~ don't know why) but the rules are changing. Wonder why it is always the law-abiding that gets put out???
true, i always get those 2 mixed up . Ive never seen palm trees like that before, well in pictures yes but not in person. I hope one day to visit both parks, i nevr got to as a child
I am from Ontario, arguably the best province in Canada! I love it here, but i would like to travel more need cash.
Im glad you like my gallery and thank you very much for the watch! i think I will check out your gallery as well
Actually it is Walt Disney World. I've never been to Disneyland either. Disneyland is in Anaheim, California and WDW is in Lake Buena Vista, Florida abjunct to Orlando. I really like the angle of the shot, too, as when EPCOT first opened the trees were good-sized but smaller, of course, and my daughter has a puzzle of how the palms look . Like to keep track how much they are growing.
What part of Canada are you from? Your gallery is just so colorful! I marked you as a so I can go back and give your gallery a better look ~ Parks Gal
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They are huge! Just think that they've been growing for 25-years (cannot believe how the time has flown since Epcot opened) and were probably good size to begin with as Disney likes to use full-grown, or as close to full-grown vegetation, as they can get!
I was standing right under them and held the camera up in the air to take the picture. It reminded me of a puzzel the kids had when they were little that was purchased at WDW of the Palms by Spaceship Earth when they were much shorter ~ they certainly have grown since the park opened!!