Category Archives: Ruminations

It’s not the years. It’s the miles.

  Someone once passed along those sage words of wisdom. I tend to agree with the sentiment. For along the path that fate has put in my way, there have indeed been memorable miles. But time has had its way and crept into the equation as well. A few weeks back, my high school class […]

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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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Nothing Lasts Forever.

I published this over on Facebook last month. Worth sharing here.     I understand nostalgia. Deep down, we all have some thing or some moment passed that we wish we could enjoy again. Or it may be some one who is no longer in our lives, for a variety of reasons. Honestly, there is […]

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Long time, no post?

  Hey Loyal Readers! That’s me on the left, with cohort Shelly Valladolid aboard the C.K. Holiday of the Disneyland Railroad at the Main Street Station last year.   Yes, it has been more than a while since I took up the cause and posted in this space. Apologies all around. In the real world, […]

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Tea? Yes, thank you!

  When we visited Walt Disney World in 1999, one of the experiences that I truly enjoyed was Afternoon Tea at the Garden View Tea Room in the Grand Floridian Hotel and Spa. My wife and I partook of the opportunity to relax and enjoy a bit of refinement. We were joined by a British […]

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