This is a picture I took a few years ago. I was excited about it then and, for some reason, it has remained a favorite. I guess that means it’s about time I shared it.CONTINUE READING
Have you seen the concept art Disney released for the rerouted Rivers of America? I’m sure you probably have. I think it’s amazing. I can’t wait for our next adventure aboard the Mark Twain or the canoes!CONTINUE READING
Happy Halloween! Halloween at the Big Thunder Ranch has been one of my favorite spots to enjoy at Disneyland this time of year. Its relaxed festive atmosphere has been the much needed respite from a busy theme park many times. The rustic and whimsical decor always left me with a smile on my face.Continue Reading
This pumpkin in the Halloween Tree ain’t happy. I have a sneaking suspicion it’s because he’s heard the rumblings of what’s to take place in the back of Frontierland.
No more BBQ.
No more Ranch.CONTINUE READING
It’s the moments and spaces in between that seem to give Disneyland its magic for me.
This little vignette of canoes on the Rivers of America lends believability to the rugged and wild atmosphere of Frontierland. At the same time it’s not tied to any particular story. It’s just a pair of canoes tied up along a riverbank. It gives you the opportunity and your imagination the freedom to get lost in it and this is exactly the kind of scene I’m looking to get lost in.CONTINUE READING
The epic conclusion to our 24 Hours in Disneyland you’ve been waiting on pins and needles for is finally here—not that you doubted it would come.
Just think of this like you might Jurassic World; 20 years for a worthy sequel isn’t really that long to wait. Either that or a fine wine. It’s nice to pop the cork, get a whiff, and try a sip, but then you need to let it breathe.CONTINUE READING