They’ve had a Cast Member stationed here every day, mostly to alert people to the fact the attraction is closed. Usually they just have a little pin trading board, but today, the Cast Member was having a bit more fun. He was playing a form of Three-card Monte with passersby. He had two cones and you just had to pick one, revealing the prize underneath. You can see a short video below.
I believe the yellow tape on the tree indicates that it’s marked for removal.
Since the WDW Railroad is going to be down for the duration of the Tomorrowland Speedway construction, they seem to be taking the time to replace a lot of the track. Here’s hoping for a smooth ride when it reopens.
Casey Jr. Splash n’ Soak Station in Fantasyland is down for a much-needed refurbishment. Workers are wasting no time. It should be looking fresh and clean for Spring Break.
The crane is still behind Cinderella Castle. They should be almost finished removing the lights from the holidays.
No sign of lights from the back.
The Sword in the Stone is under a tarp these days. I’ve been told they only take it off for the sword-pulling ceremony during the day. Not sure the reasoning behind this, but it looks kind of tacky in my opinion.
Can we add this to the #WDWNTfix list? This poor sign looks like it’s been sitting in a scrap yard for several years and could use some love.
Mickey is in his Steamboat Willie outfit, and Minnie is in her classic 1928 style. They’re $27.99 each.
Do you like Dole Whip? Adventureland has it in every form possible, even plush!
If I had to place bets on what pins wouldn’t make the transition from the black card-backs to the new white ones, the logo from 2015’s Tomorrowland film would definitely be on the list. Color me surprised.
I’m glad to see Oswald is sticking around, though.