Thursday, November 15, 2007

More Early Rivers of America Photographs

Continuing the Frontierland trend are these two images of the Rivers of America. The first shows a very early image of one of the Mike Fink Keelboats rounding the bend. The landscaping and plants have not grown and do not cover much. Of course the area is much more lush with growth.

The second image is of the friendly Indian Village along the river. Check out Gorilla's Don't Blog for a great image of the village.

And speaking of the Major and his blog, he is celebrating his 500th post today. Jump on over there and congratulate him!

2 comments:

Progressland said...

I like the Indian Village image--it feels like you're right on top of it!

Major Pepperidge said...

Thanks for the shout-out, Matterhorn!

Love that first shot of the Keel Boat, with Frontierland looking so scruffy and newly planted!