I can't believe Easter is this weekend.
It doesn't feel right when it takes place in March.
I associate March with St. Patrick's Day, 4-leaf clovers, and the color Green.
April is the month that reminds me of Easter, pastel colors, Easter Eggs, and bright, vibrant colors.
With Spring Break still in progress, I wanted to get to the Disneyland Resort as early as I can, within reason, to beat any kind of crowds from the Trams and security bag checks
Disneyland had the normal hefty crowd, while Disney California Adventure was a walk-in.
Flags were half staffed in honor of the victims of the attacks in Brussels
"Where's my head?
Has anyone seen my head?"
Cute Chip and Dale apron
Every garden needs a Cheshire cat
Ha Ha Ha Ha
I'm a big kid look what I can do.
I can wear big kid pants too!
And I can pull them off and on.
I'm a big kid now
Food and Wine Festival flags alight Hollywood Land street
Rumor going around about the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror getting a Guardian of the Galaxy overlay.
A wood awning has been installed on the back side of the Blue Sky Cellar for the Disney Vacation Club stand
More Food and Wine Festival flags
With a majority of turnstiles open, it was quick getting in.
And it didn't even seem that busy yet.
You can still see the street
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad!
Mounds of dirt for Star Wars Land
I want to say that the rocks where the turkeys and goats roamed have been demolished
Wake me up when Spring Break is over
I wish those rowdy kids would just knock it off. I am trying to sleep over here
Guests enjoying the splash down of Splash Mountain
Mickey's ToonTown is looking quite bright with the repainting
Some areas are still getting theirs done
The letters that spell T-O-O-N-T-O-W-N have returned above Mickey's house
Checking out the progress of Autopia
You can see that part of the PeopleMover / Rocket Rod track has gotten a little love with a fresh coat of paint
Now if only they would replace the cars with something more futuristic, like electric or hybrid cars
Flowers are in bloom
Heading back to Critter Country and the Hungry Bear Restaurant.
Rushing through before the "No pictures please" Cast Member confronts me.
The Mark Twain track has been removed from the back side of the River
From here, you can see part of the Mark Twain track is still in tact.
But probably because this part of the route won't be affected by the reroute
Cofferdam taken from the Mark Twain
The crowds ... they are a comin'
That'll be $119 from you.
$119 from you.
Oh, and $113 each for your children.
And this is all taking place around 11;30 am
Hoping on the Mickey and Friends tram
Looking at all the construction from the top level of the Mickey and Friends Parking Structure
The old Nature Thru Wonderland Mine Train rock work
That will conclude today's pictorial
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Until Next Time...