Your eyes do not deceive you. Back-to-back posts! Could this be the start of a new trend? It smells like momentum…and refried beans. Maybe that’s just the smell of dinner warming on the stove. That makes more sense.CONTINUE READING
Pinocchio’s Daring queue might not be as daring as his journey, but it does manage to pack a lot into a small space. And no, I’m not talking about people…CONTINUE READING
I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t ride Splash Mountain nearly enough. I could blame it on the camera equipment—and that would be mostly true—but really it comes down to the fact that I enjoy simply being at Disneyland enough that riding anything is supplemental. Most of my time is spent observing my surroundings and how people interact with them.CONTINUE READING
A Big Thunder morning ride isn’t for everyone but, for some, it’s the perfect start to a day. The same could be said for a 24 hour Disney event. With the recent announcement of another party to kick off the 60th anniversary of Disneyland over Memorial Day weekend, I decided to revisit my collection of shots from 2012’s One More Disney Day. This was from the first morning when everything was fresh and palpable energy filled the park. It was a completely different story 24 hours later. Michaela and I haven’t attended the subsequent parties but it feels like time to give it a try again.CONTINUE READING
If the weathervanes around Disneyland have taught me anything, it’s that I’m most likely to notice small details when I’m putting forth the least effort to look for them. In this particular case, I was sitting at the end of Main Street, mostly people watching. The sunset was filling the sky with brilliant color and I just happened to glance up and see the silhouette of Mary Poppins above the Jolly Holiday Bakery.CONTINUE READING
With a name like “Tours Departing Daily” we sometimes get questions about what exactly it is that we do. What is our website? Do we offer tours? Travel arrangements?
Not exactly…Continue Reading