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The lounge inside #1901 ... The only 60th decor I saw in either club was in this room. Basic silver-ish bows with crystals/"diamonds" . The vibe in here is great! Nice to get away from the bustle outside and relax.
#1963 Tomorrowland . Who knows this attraction? Who sponsored it? Note original Mickey ears sported by my sister and my cousin Randy (some have met). Mickey Cowboy hats Red me Brown my brother. Original Tomorrowland Germballs? I can't remember what you see can anyone help me?
#1968 Carousel of Progress. Audio-Animatronic. Picture credit Friend Paul McFarland. Do you remember this gentleman and the pet dog? If not Wikapedia has progressed picture too. For the young MWers it is now Innoventions soon to be gone
#1968 from inside Castle. Do you see the blue Mickey balloon. The flagpole has USA and CA flags. Is the blue building Mainstreet Station. No Partners Hub. Is that a brownie camera with flash? The Scarfs were head covers. What is the White thing under flags. Is it a huge feather in the lady's green cap? Photo credit friend Paul MacFarland. Nice Depth of field
#1968 Candy Palace looks unchanged. Are the clocks still Timex? Do you like the Striped pant suit. Is the lady with the yellow scrapping gum off her shoe? (Aren't we glad they don't sell gum in the park. I thank the CMs that keep the park clean) And what could the man be doing at the tree??? Photo credit friend Paul MacFarland
#1968 Memorial Day Pirates of the Carribean opened March 1967. So one year later. Comparing this photo (credit my friend Paul MacFarland). I see no underground Queue. They added two matching lampposts. Anyone say there wasn't crowded days in the past.