The "+ MORE!" at the end of the tread title is supposed to get you real excited-like.
Photobucket is being very stubborn so I'm testing DropShots instead. Bear with me as the photos sloooowly upload. (What's up with this connection? )
I have a few photos from June 6th, my Nemo sneak peek day (no spoilers, don't worry), and the rest are all from the 7th. Are you ready?
The back of an informational sign about the Nemo sneak peek at the M&F structure sports the poster art. Very cute.
A similar sign stands at the far left entrances, for the press I assume.
A press sign-in booth stands at the ready. They look nervous.
Just moments before my very first Nemo voyage! Yay!
I felt bad for all the CMs standing at the entrance, explaining to never-ending confused guests that the attraction is not officially open.
And the numbers dwindle down...
A big black stage has been erected on the side of the Matterhorn for the press. I imagine that's why the waterfalls were turned off.
This ducky decided to take a swim underneath what I call the "penny trap" in the line for Big Thunder.
The cover for one of the F! light stands was barricaded; I found out why the following day. The color and design of the barriers are pretty uninspiring compared to the 50th ones. I suppose DreamCloud(R) barriers are out of the question.
I took this shot to show that at 10 there is virtually no wait to catch a raft. The temporary switchbacks lasted only a week or so. Perhaps they will be back however...
Work continues on the Twain...
This little birdie watched me go into the Matterhorn.
My second rendezvous with nemo
RIP VMK booth. At least it was futuristic looking.
I hear there's a futuristic looking Siemens exhibit open in Innoventions now!
The wheels on Space's vehicles are getting really squeaky. Does that bother anyone else?
Wednesday's crowds at noon are sizable yet still manageable. Not the way I imagine this coming Monday will be.
Up next are many more pictures from Thursday. Check back in a bit!