Scaffolding surrounds a mountain-like structure adorned with greenery. Construction workers can be seen at various levels, applying green paint and working against a clear blue sky.

Weathervane Installed on Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Mill at Disneyland

Shannen Ace

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure continues to come together in Critter Country at Disneyland Park. Crews have recently been focused on the millhouse, where guests ascend the mountain into the show building.

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Construction

Scaffolding is set up in front of a rocky, vegetation-covered structure under bright blue skies at Disneyland, enclosed by walls with a portion of Tiana's Bayou Adventure roof visible in the foreground.

The mill received new dark brown roof shingles. Scaffolding remains around the building. Temporary planks of wood are on the seams of the roof.

A construction site with scaffolding on a themed mountain structure, surrounded by trees and a green barrier fence. A person can be seen working on the site, applying green paint to parts of the structure.

The fascia and soffit at the back of the roof were painted green a few weeks ago.

Construction site with scaffolding surrounding a rock-like structure adorned with greenery. Worker with orange vest visible. Some areas of the building have brown roofing and green paint accents. This is part of Tiana's Bayou Adventure at Disneyland, all under a bright blue sky.

The wood walls of the building have been repainted or restained. They are now also dark brown.

Scaffolding surrounds a mountain-like structure adorned with greenery. Construction workers can be seen at various levels, applying green paint and working against a clear blue sky.

Fresh green paint is on the front of the mill.

Construction scaffolding surrounds part of a triangular roof structure amid trees and moss, while a brown barrier in the foreground suggests the magical transformation for Tiana's Bayou Adventure at Disneyland.

The fascia, soffit, and crossbeams on the front are all seafoam green. The completed attraction will have a banner hanging here, as seen on Tiana’s Bayou Adventure in Magic Kingdom.

A construction site featuring scaffolding and greenery on a rocky structure, set against a clear blue sky, reminiscent of the enchanting sceneries at Disneyland.

Crew members were working on various parts of the facade, adding and adjusting the fake foliage.

Construction workers in safety gear work on a scaffold surrounding an artificial rock structure covered in plants, reminiscent of Tiana's Bayou Adventure at Disneyland, with a dark tunnel opening above a slide-like feature. The scene is brought to life with green paint highlighting the lush surroundings.

A ridge that was just gray concrete a few weeks ago is now covered in green grass.

Construction workers on scaffolding amid green foliage and rock structures are hard at work on what appears to be a Disneyland attraction under a clear blue sky.

From this side, we can see that the mill’s roof is not yet complete. Shingles remain to be placed along the edge that runs up against the rockwork.

Two construction workers in safety gear are diligently working on scaffolding around a structure partially covered with rocks and greenery. The scene hints at the magic of Disneyland, possibly part of the upcoming Tiana's Bayou Adventure attraction, soon to be brought to life with splashes of green paint.

The weathervane has been installed on the mill, however. It’s located at the front point and has the same design as the one in Florida. These pieces were created by Louisiana master blacksmith Darryl Reeves and his apprentice Karina Roca.

The weathervanes are black with gold letters for north, south, east, and west. The intricate design is inspired by West African symbolism. The top resembles a fern, which represents endurance. It also incorporates a symbol representing the divinity of Mother Earth and the phrase “as above, so below,” alluding to there being more to someone or something than what you see. The bottom of the weathervane is the Sankofa, which symbolizes a bird looking back at its tail, representing looking back on your past and ancestry.

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