DHS - General Scenery and Non-Attraction Thread

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  1. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

    It's getting dark and it's nearly Christmas. Everyone head to DHS to see the Osborne Lights.

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    Holiday Hat
     
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  3. jbwolffiv

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    Look!! The hat!!! I was one that loved that hat!
     
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  4. Me too!
     
  5. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

    It's a lot easier to love now that it's gone. ;)
     
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  12. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

    It's not the Great Movie Ride any more and Goofy hasn't arrived with the train yet, so it's just another building.

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    Closed Doors
     
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  13. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

    When skies are cloudy, take the Red Car to Paradise Pier.

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    Sunny Beach
     
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  14. ddindy

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    A little rain falls. The weak-willed head for the exit, leaving the park nearly empty for those of us who know the rain will pass.

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    Heading for the Exit
     
  15. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

    It's the rainy day crowd flow: people with ponchos and other rain gear enter the park while the unprepared and drenched leave.

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    Undampened Spirits
     
  16. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

    This photo and the two above were all taken on the same afternoon. It was the last day of my trip and I had a late flight home. This final photo was taken on my way out of the park. I had to stop at Old Key West to pick up my luggage then head to the airport. Unfortunately, as I was riding the parking tram, the skies opened up. My car was parked as far away from the tram stop as possible, so by the time I got there, I was thoroughly soaked.

    Once I got my luggage, I changed out of my wet clothes in the car, which, as you probably know, is never easy. It was a really great way to end a trip.

    Strangely, a similar thing happened to me five months later at Disneyland. The final day of my trip was a rare rainy day in southern California. After getting soaked in the parks, I had a 3/4 mile walk to my hotel. I spent a couple of hours with an iron and blow dryer trying to dry out my clothes before packing the suitcase.

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    The Calm Between the Storms
     
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