Well, I would go get breakfast at the Coffee House next to where Disney Showcase is on Main Street. Then head to Rainbow Caverns first then try to find Oscar Martinez and tell him he will become one of the most beloved CM's in Disneyland history (although that whole time/space continuum thing might get jacked up). Then I would have lunch at the Silver Banjo for BBQ, hop on Jungle Cruise, soak in the atmosphere at Skull Rock, go mess around on TSI, check out the House of the Future, ride a Keel Boat, take a trip on the Mark Twain at night and just be greatful that I was able to go back in time to experience a Disneyland of a more innocent time.
“No worries, stay calm, one question. Do you happen to know how to fly this thing?”
That film is excellent. The first thought that comes to mind when watching it is the park really needs the Skyway to return - the kinetic energy it (and the Peoplemover, that also needs to return) provided is irreplaceable.
Heh, and I know you're not kidding. All those books I've read about Walt and they all go on and on about how he loved trains and miniatures. His firehouse office's proximity to the DLRR was not by chance, I'm sure. Great pic, thanks for posting.
Your first, your last, your only defense against the scum of the ethereal plane.