And The Party Continues Well Into The Night.....
Guy and Sue having serious discussions about Catalina Island!
Mary also tries the fan taking some lessons from Paul!
"Stop with the pictures already"
No, no, no! The camera is aimed this direction again!
The Band Whips The Group Into A Frenzy!
The mystery leg?
Disneyland Fireworks Were Viewable From The Window... And Loud!
Did you know: Elaborate fireworks shows synchronized with Disney songs and often an appearance by the Peter Pan character Tinker Bell. Recent presentations have become more elaborate, featuring new pyrotechnics, launch techniques and story lines. In 2004, Disneyland introduced a new air launch pyrotechnics system, reducing ground level smoke and noise and decreasing negative environmental impacts. At the time the technology debuted, Disney announced it would donate the patents to a non-profit organization for use throughout the industry.
* 1958–1999 Fantasy in the Sky
* 2000–2004 Believe... There's Magic in the Stars
* 2004–2005 Imagine... A Fantasy in the Sky
* 2005–Present Remember... Dreams Come True
It Is 9:45 And Normalcy Returns To The Party
No more cameras!
Conga Line Is Now Underway!
Did You Know? - The conga is a Latin American carnival march that was first developed in Cuba and became popular in the United States in the 1930s and 1950s. The dancers form a long, processing line. It has three shuffle steps on the beat, followed by a kick that is slightly ahead of the fourth beat. Or in the caseof theStarlighters... whatever!
And the band played on!
The Conga Line has stopped but the leader is still demonstrating the proper Conga motions!
Gardenia Smelling Contest Gets Underway
Did You Know? - Gardenia is a genus of about 250 species of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae, native to the tropical and subtropical regions of Africa, southern Asia, Australasia and Oceania. The genus was named by Carl Linnaeus after Dr. Alexander Garden (1730-1791), Scottish-born American naturalist.Gardenia plants are prized for the strong sweet scent of their flowers, which can be very large in some species. Unfortunately, the strong scent can trigger headaches, asthma, or other reactions in sensitive individuals.
An Enjoyable Evening