This little guy was provided courtesy of the Disney Wilderness Lodge. It is pretty much the only photo I took during my 9 day vacation.
Eric falls asleep before the 6am start time. Sleep well, brother.
Dad, Eric and I pose during the pre-race festivities.
Mom joins us for a photo. Who is taking this photo? An anonymous photographer. Thank you, anonymous photographer. For everything.
Fireworks blaze as the marathon begins.
A 6am start time makes for a dark morning.
Burn, baby, burn!
I have run out of comments for the start of this marathon.
13,000 begin the morning with something fun.
Ayyyyyy! I'm the Fonz!
Hyuk hyuk hyuk. Gaawwwrsh. How can one run and look like such a fool? The question answers itself.
Hey, lady! Quit hogging my starlight!
With Cinderella's castle at mile 10.5, I am still smiling.
I give the photographer an apprehensive look.
I don't feel so good anymore. But the people behind me look even worse!
I'm smiling on the outside, but inside all I know is pain.
Why my arm decided to fly away from me is entirely unclear to me.
I near the finish line just behind the Incredibles. Thank God Mr Incredible used his tag as a fig leaf.
I raise my arms in victory, thankfully not looking as foolish as the guy ahead of me, who seems to be imitating an angry marsh crane.
A fine finish photo, if you ignore the vaseline that seeped through my shirt.
I decided after this marathon that some sitting on the ground was in order. I regret it not at all. The dude on the left lies there hugging himself as he gently weeps.
Another ground photo. I should point out that after this photo I decided never to use vasoline under my shirt again.
A victory pose with Buzz Lightyear at Disney Marketplace. We both know the taste of victory, and to both of us, it is very sweet.
A photo from Disney's Wilderness lodge. I never saw this area as I was probably asleep or just lying around doing nothing. Damn my laziness!
Another fine photo.
This was an anniversary present to my wife from Florida. I have to say that this fish has attitude!