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Leaping Into Spring On Leap Day

Indiana Jones Adventure, Temple Of The Forbidden Eye
Orange County Register
Mark Eades
February 29, 2016
March 08, 2016
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It was "Leap Day" at the Disneyland Resort, and even though spring doesn't start for another three weeks, flowers are blooming all over the place.

In Frontierland, crews are continuing their preparations around the Rivers of America for the start of construction of "Star Wars" land. They installed two temporary dams on the Rivers of America so they can drain the northern portion of the river to reroute it.

The pedestrian traffic in Adventureland was noticably down, as the Jungle Cruise continues its lengthy refurbishment and was joined by the closure of the Indiana Jones attraction for a few weeks.

More displays related to the Disneyland Railroad went up at the New Orleans Square/Frontierland station, along with a new display in the Main Street Opera House about all of Disney's steam trains - here, Walt Disney World and the one Walt Disney used to have at his home in Holmby Hills.

The Toons were still painting many of the exterior walls of the buildings in Mickey's Toontown, and the Autopia is still closed for a lengthy refurbishment.

Over in Disney California Adventure, Soarin' is open again after periodic weekday closures. Grizzly River Run is also still closed for its annual refurbishment.

The new ride at Luigi's in Cars Land opens in a week, but the construction walls were still up around the attraction. They're slated to be removed Tuesday night.
Attractions Referenced


Disneyland Railroad

Disneyland Story Presenting Great Moments With Mr. Lincoln

Indiana Jones Adventure, Temple Of The Forbidden Eye

Jungle Cruise

Lands Referenced



Main Street U.S.A.

New Orleans Square

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