After about a month away from the parks, Myrna Litt finally returns with a new photo report:
After taking a break off for Presidents Day weekend, the Main Street repaving project returned this week in full force!
New, similar signs, replacing the old birthday ones at the Plaza Inn.
The windows have been temporarily covered over with a fake view outside due to tarps around the building.
If you couldn’t tell they’re fake, then these old signs will prove it to you.
Now for a few pictures from the newly re-opened It’s a Small World.
The Clock Ceremony.
Lilo and Stitch in the Polynesian scene.
Woody and Jessie in the new America scene.
A odd, small construction wall outside the entrance to Disney’s California Adventure.
Tarps are now up on the Pacific Wharf bridge.
New images added to the Pacific Wharf construction walls on the Paradise Pier side.
The black tarps in the lagoon were removed from place due to the rain.
The painting of Mickey’s Fun Wheel is almost complete.
The theming is starting to show up on the Games of the Boardwalk. It looks like it’s going to be really nice!
Prep work for the change-over from the Orange Stinger to the Silly Symphony Swings.
No further work has been done to the California Screamin’ Mickey head since the ears were removed.
I don’t recall ever seeing this door open before…
I also don’t recall this display in Greetings From California.
Back over to Disneyland Park… Cruella De Vil was the only character Myrna saw all day!
Construction on Celebration Round-up at Big Thunder Ranch is making the walking space on this pathway quite tight!
They are repainting the rock-work.
Flowers in bloom in Fantasyland.
It’s never too early to celebrate at Disneyland!
New lighting during the It’s a Small World Clock Ceremony at night.
We end of this photo report with the train lighting effect not working!
Thanks for your pictures Myrna!