After arriving at the parking lot. We procured a manual wheelchair to assist Dad in getting to the Ferry. In the parking lot, we had noticed a large camper. Outside of it, several adults were standing around a stretcher. They were traveling with medical equipment. We didn't make a lot of it; we simply noticed.
After a half an hour wait for the ferry, we could see the boat approaching the dock. A woman gently hollered to gain the crowd's attention. Her announcement indicated that a child from 'Make a Wish' was amongst us. The request was simple: let him be the first to board the ferry. The crowd was more than willing to accommodate this simple request.
The previously-noticed stretcher was wheeled onto the ferry first. The young boy appeared to be between the ages of 7-10. Numerous adults accompanied him, some wearing 'make a wish' buttons. They traveled with tubes, oxygen, and the like. People were teary watching this young man board the ferry to his dream come true. We didn't know we would share space with a little king <3.
The Magic Kingdom was sensational. We spent a better part of the day in one section of the park. It rained, intermittently. No one seemed fussed by it. Before we knew it, it was nearing sunset. It had been a beautiful, long, day indeed. It was time to head 'home,' and so we did.
Thursday, we would focus on packing.
Friday, we were going home.