Yes that is right folks something that has been a part of Disneyland since 1957 is no more. I am not talking about the old load area where all the teens love to.....um love?!?!? I am talking about the actually course your little motor boat you to take through the back woods of Fantasyland (and of course Gummi Glen).
Today I had the chance to do something it seems like it has been years since I have done...ride the Monorail the normal way, meaning not backwards...well I was sitting backwards still but the Monorail was not going backwards. As we enter Tomorrowland I see a big brown hill which I am guessing will soon have lots of plants all over it to hide the fact that is the start of the new show building for the Subs *very excited* Then as we move on a little bit more I start looking for the peaceful course those Motor Boats of yesteryear use to travel, but what do I see? Dirt path ways and the start of a walk way.
So we keep going on our little trip through Tomorrowland where we can see the golden spires of it's a small world, so I take a look to see what else they have done to my last piece of Disney Afternoon Ave. history. As I look I see the old loading dock that has been standing since 1957 and look to see where the course used to travel, where they put up the painted tarp to block your view of what is going on behind it, and see just small little concrete ponds not more then 3 or 4 feet back. So alas as I said the Motor Boats are no more
Oh and they built a new water filtration station back there also that looks really bad cause you go right over it on the Monorail.