What about the burning settler's cabin??
It's a shame that this neat effect along the Rivers of America has laid dormant for years. I can't imagine what Disney's excuse is, other than neglect left over from... well, you know...the Pressler age. It can't be that expensive to maintain, can it? Ok, so gas is expensive- at the very least they could do something like the burning scene from PotC (which, btw, Disneyland did with the cabin during the gas crisis in the 70's). And it isn't politically incorrect, anymore that is, with the endangered eagle's nest instead of the drunken moonshiner. Heck, the burning cabin even shows up on the most recent park map! I call that false advertising.
I have noticed recently on the DLRR that the settler's cabin is easier to see (that's why I'm bringing this up)- for all the time it's spent just sitting there Disney let the trees grow over it, perhaps hoping people would forget about it. Alas, there are pesky little DL know-it-alls like me!