Ten Second Tip: Cooling Towels (Again)

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I’ve mentioned cooling towels before. They can offer some much needed relief when the Florida heat is overwhelming. What do you do if you forgot to pack them, or if you didn’t think that they were necessary? Disney has you covered, they’re for sale in several places across Walt Disney World. You’ll pay more than […]

Ten Second Tip: Instant Shade

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This tip comes to us from our good friend tracyskeytotheworld. Umbrellas are for more than just keeping you dry in the rain. They can provide instant shade from the Florida sun! Make sure you have one with you, even if the forecast isn’t calling for rain. This is a great suggestion all year long, not […]

This Is Terrible Advice

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The Atlantic Hurricane Season runs from June 1 through November 30. Each year, there is a chance that Florida will be hit by a storm or storms. Most of the time there is little damage, but that isn’t always the case. I live just a few miles from Walt Disney World, and in 2017 Hurricane […]

Ten Second Tip: The Latest on Elsa

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As of 9:00 this morning, Tropical Storm Elsa is not expected to have a huge impact on Walt Disney World and the surrounding areas. We’re predicted to be east of the storm, which is also known as the “dirty side”. We’re expecting a fair amount of rain and some wind. As I write this, there […]

Ten Second Tip: Hurricane Elsa

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The Atlantic Hurricane Season started last month, and we now have our first storm that we’re keeping an eye on here in Central Florida. It looks like Hurricane Elsa might make some impact on Tuesday or Wednesday next week, but that is because we’re in “the cone of uncertainty”. So far we’re not expecting a […]

Ten Second Tip: Brush Fires

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It’s been hot and dry in Central Florida, which means that the chances of brush fires are literally sky high. These fires are often caused by a careless act, such as a lit cigarette thrown out of a car window. Please, take extra precautions if you are visiting. Also, be prepared to have to reroute […]