That video was enjoyable. I like that guy and his daughter. So cute.
When they were using the crane to position metal beams for the vertical construction, the construction worker was on the second level and had to walk to the middle of the beam to help position it in place. Did he have something on in case he fell?!
Here you go!Saw some pictures on Twitter; looks like some trees may have been planted on the berm down on the Hungry Bear side. Looking for some to post here.
Awesome! Hopefully this means Mickey and Friends will be hidden from park view again soon.
I spotted that too, thanks for posting!Here's a grainy zoomed picture, purloined from the Mice Chat project tracker thread, of a SWL map within the construction zone showing color coded zones:
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It's cropped from this photo from Mint Crocodiles latest update:
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And a crop of the Mice Age map for comparison:
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Obviously, the green is Battle Escape, the purple is Falcon and that pinky-orange color is shopping, dining, and meet-and-greets. The yellow includes the new berm fronting the river, but is that all it is? It seems like a very large area to be just that.
Eh, maybe. Or to whatever replaces Toontown.
Ah, the riverbed included in the yellow makes sense. Maybe the construction zone part of TSI.I spotted that too, thanks for posting!
I think those pinky orange buildings are, taken together, about twice the size of similar buildings in New Orleans Square. And the yellow isn't just he berm, but the whole closed off riverbed and Tom Sawyer island as well.
That picture was taken from Mickey and Friends, so there's already a pretty big zoom in on it, but yes, somebody with an ultra-long lens get up there before it's gone.