Category Archives: Disneyland

The American West – How the Fantasy Lives on at Disneyland

An exclusive for the Friends of the Walt Disney Family Museum Facebook page – story and photos by Roger Colton     If you look back to the map of Disneyland as it opened in July of 1955, one can make the case that the largest portion of the Park was given over to Frontierland. […]

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Things Change

Things change. I have been reminded of this fact lately. In a number of ways… Last month, my professional responsibilities came to an end after a long spell. Sad to see it happen and the way it came to end was not as pleasant as it might have been for some of the folks involved. […]

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Westward Ho!

  Or How We Learned to Love the Past as the Future and Stop Worrying About It? Oh, the sound of wailing at the end of all things Frontierland… If you haven’t heard, Disneyland is making some changes again. Read all about it, here fromĀ Fab News over on Micechat. Part of adding Star Wars to […]

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Would you believe…

As odd as it might seem, I have not set foot in a Disney theme park since May of 2015. And even more interesting, is the fact that I am okay with that. Yes, I was an Annual Passholder. Disneyland Premium, to be specific. It expired in early December and I struggled to decide if […]

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More thoughts on Disneyland Annual Passports

  And the comments continue on the recent announcement of the increased price of a Disneyland Annual Passport. Christopher Elliot of Fortune.com chimed in with a story this morning on the controversy. Guess who shows up as a commenting Annual Passholder? Roger Colton, of Livermore, CA. I did not get the opportunity to speak with […]

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