They are actually replacing a lot of the lighting in there...cuz most of the lights in there have broken and im guessing they will fix all the fans in there that give wind effects to the trees. Aside from that, wasnt told if there are any other things that will be fixed. Hopefully clean up of the cob webs inside too...
Primeval World is supposed to get some kind of refurb sometime in the future too (no pun intended!!!!)
Went to a party the other night
All the ladies were treating me right
Moving my feet to the disco beat
How in the world could I keep my seat
All of a sudden I began to change
I was on the dance floor acting strange
Flapping my arms I began to cluck
Look at me..I'm the disco duck
Isn't the Grand Canyon suite music about riding mules in the Canyon? So why no mules in the diorama?
Ferde Grofé's piece "Grand Canyon Suite," particularly the movement "On the Trail" does provide the musical score for this portion of the diorama. The piece is suggestive of mules braying and meandering down a trail with tourists on their backs, but the diorama doesn't show tourists--it's meant to look more natural. Besides, from the train's vantage point, any mules on the trail would not be visible.
The Grand Canyon Suite is a delightful piece of music, and paints a full aural day at the Canyon, from sunup until sundown.
In an unusual segway, for those Micechatters who are also fans of "A Christmas Story," the scene where Ralphie awakens on Christmas Day to a newly-fallen snow features the tail end of "On the Trail" as its musical accompaniment, the music suggesting frigid temperatures, ice and snow. Feel free to drop that little bit of musical trivia on your friends next time you're riding the train!