I was wondering with the 50th coming up in month if Disnneyland will be able to accomplish their goals? Think about it. The Tomorrowland RR station is still not open, Space Mountain is still sitting there (maybe completed, maybe tested, maybe empty (the latter not likely)), and now walls are going up around the sub lagoon. Is Disney really going to be able to build a new ride in the sub lagoon in less than a month? Is this possible? Granted, the track is already done. But if you think about it, re-doing the subs (which may already be done), creating the new ride visuals, building the scenes then testing in all a month? Is that possible. The only way I could see this possible is if Disney has gone behind our backs and some how built and installed all of the ride scenes inside the sub cave after the outside box testing occured. It would seem like a shame if Disneyland did not have the sub ride open for the 50th (which I assume is their projected date of completion) and have walls around the lagoon for the 50th?
However, in retrospect, Disneyland has done a lot for the 50th. Think about, golden vehicles, two (possibly 3) 'new' rides, 2 new parades, a new fireworks show, a new theatre (former Mr. Lincoln), repainted the castle and parts of toontown and tomarrowland, new spalsh logs, new tiki room, the list goes on. Disneyland has really been working over time. Which is great, but if they get the subs running for the 50th, I feel it will take nothing short of a miracle. Now if only we could get them to fix the 'new' Splash logs, fix the people movers, replace club buzz, do something with the jolly trolly, finish painting tomorrowland and finish the subs, I think Disneyland will as good as it did 50 years ago. Your thoughts?