Heading back to Disney World for my next confirmed trip - and this time I decided to do a retro old-school trip. Since I've been with DVC, I've been staying at DVC properties, with the exception of a few stays at moderate resorts when on business trips. For decades, our family used to come up each summer and stay in Fort Wilderness, renting one of the trailers, later cabins...it was one of the few ways pre-DVC that you could get a place to accommodate lots of people. We'd rent the golf cart to get around, and because the summer is miserable-hot, much of the time would be spent around the wildnerness grounds, riding the cart, eating at Trail's End, swimming, etc. We'd end up spending less time in the parks than usual, because we'd be BBQing and riding around at the campground. Well it had been many years since I've stayed there, and thought it would be fun to go again! So I've booked a wilderness cabin starting Friday July 18 and staying through Tuesday. I've reserved a golf cart, because it just wouldn't be fun without the cart to get around instead of the busses. It'll be nice to be back there again, just like in the old days. I used my DVC points in exchange - the cost wasn't any different than a 1-bedroom villa at my home resort of Boardwalk - an extra $95 transfer fee, but we'll probably offset that with some savings in food - breakfasts will probably all be at our cabin, and even some lunches. Looking forward to being back at the Fort!