Dedicated friends of the Parks, I hope you have all had the chance to experience Disneyland in holiday mode! I was fortunate to get a couple days off from the salt mines to see for myself what has been called, "The Most Crowded Place on Earth!" Other than Thanksgiving evening, it really wasn't too bad. Weather was good, turkey legs juicy and even the gingerbread house seemed scary! So my wife and I brought the pup, and met my parents and brah Ryan for festivities. Not many Polaroids were taken, partly because if you stood still too long, the sea of people would carry you all the way to Toon Town...and that is the last place you want to be. Here are some of the snap shots...
Hello Everybody, we're mighty glad to meet'cha...here at the Golden Horseshoe Revue! So you want fries, but want to dip them in some iced cream? Here's your place.
What trip is complete without a trip around the river in a fine dugout? Don't sit behind uncoordinated kids or adults though, unless you are wearing swim trunks.
More on the dugout attraction.
A friendly bird of prey takes in the NOS crowd. Her babies are sure taking a long time to grow up.
You are looking at a rather dapper-looking rabbit, unaware that a sneaky fox and buffoon of a bear are hunting him down.
Busted! I saw a number of kids being carried out of the park by their parents in this very same fashion.
We waited in a 30 minute line outside the honey pot ride to take a photo next to this pole. Worth it!
Probably his best side. Looking on to the island, wondering where Injun Joe might be lurking. They are work friends but don't see much of each other outside the gates.
Look, sir: Droids. These plastics were escorting her highness, Marie Osmond, to the Mrs. Potato Head accessory bin.
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