054 SSR Series – Lake Buena Vista Golf Course Review

054 SSR Series – Lake Buena Vista Golf Course Review

054 SSR Series – Lake Buena Vista Golf Course Review
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If you own Saratoga Springs, you own a vacation home on a golf course! Lake Buena Vista Golf course surrounds the SSR resort. The primary focus of today’s show is the Lake Buena Vista golf course; however, we also touch on the other golfing opportunities at Walt Disney World.

When we were casting the show, Alicia convinced me that golf is an excellent family show. We put together a Lake Buena Vista Golf Course review show only using family members. Chad’s cousin Hunter, who recently took up the sport of golf, joins the show. Given the fact that Alicia’s family owns the Golden Sands Golf Course and Bucket Bar in Michigan, we thought it would be fun to have her sons join the show as well.

031 DVC Resort Armchair Imagineering Competition #3 (Part 2 of 2)

031 DVC Resort Armchair Imagineering Competition #3 (Part 2 of 2)

031 DVC Resort Armchair Imagineering Competition #3 (Part 2 of 2)
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We pick up the conversation from episode 030 where Chris, Jeremy, and Adam present their armchair Imagineering resorts. We cover three areas in this show: Room Design and Layout, Transportation Options and Resort Activities

025 Looking Back at a Lifetime of Disney Vacations with Jeff Jorgensen and a Tribute to Dick and Irene Jorgensen

025 Looking Back at a Lifetime of Disney Vacations with Jeff Jorgensen and a Tribute to Dick and Irene Jorgensen

025 Looking Back at a Lifetime of Disney Vacations with Jeff Jorgensen and a Tribute to Dick and Irene Jorgensen
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Mini-interview with Jeff Jorgensen about his family’s Disney experience. The conversation continues in Episode 026. Jeff described a legacy his grandparents set in motion by taking their entire family to Disneyland every year. The conversation nails the purpose of our podcast to the point where I had to break the interview into two episodes so that I could insert post-show comments.