I don't know where the shooting star went to...but I know where it came from.
I worked at the Bayou from '67 to '72. One of the busboys in the original cast at the Bayou, John, was working his way through college at Disneyland like so many others. When he graduated, in about 1970, he went to work for WED His first assignment was to work on putting the shooting star in the Bayou.
What I really like about Disneyland, is that no matter how many times you go... there are still new things to see and experience. This is one for me, a guy who has been on POTC many, many times and has eaten at BB countless others.
I'll be looking for this on my next drive down the five. Thanks guys!
What!?!? no shooting star thats terrible. I remember on my last trip to disneyland my girlfriend and i got in a fight and split up for a day. So i rode pirates and wished upon the shooting star. Wishing that everything would be okay with us. After we got back we settled and lived hapily ever after.
Thats so darn cute!
Back to school back to school, to prove to dad Iím not a fool I have my lunch packed up, my shoes tied tight I hope I donít get in a fight oh back to school....
From where we were made to sit you couldn't see or hear anything except the kitchen. I hate the Blue Bayou. It's too much like the real south of the 1800's. Don't be black and want a good seat. Your put by the kitchen and the trash to eat. Yes we had priority seating and was told to wait. Then we got bumped for some white couple who DID NOT have priority seating. And was made to wait for almost 45 minutes after our priority time. This is the "wonderful Bayou".