Next up is a scene from the petting zoo that surrounded the Borden Elsie the Cow Boudoir. I feel sorry for the poor goat who is not receiving any attention. I also like the fabric of the shorts on the girl on the left with cool mid-century style kitties.
The next image is of another jolly fellow. The Undertaker as seen in the Old Southwest section of the park. He is posing in front of the Borden Elsie the Cow Boudoir. The Undertaker would give away business cards to those guests who would dare to ask for one.
Next up is a you are there blurry image of the interior of the Santa Fe Railroad. I believe the image is blurry due to the motion of the train. Very nice detailing on the cars. I believe the cars were built specifically for Freedomland, similar to the train coaches at Disneyland.
Next is a nice colorful view of the Old Mill on Tom Sawyer's Island. The little set details on the mill add to the scene.
Last image is of the set detail for Sleeping Beauty Castle Moat, a lovely swan. The swans add a nice kinetic attraction to the water feature.
Next up is one of my favorite scenes, the trapped lost safari. The laughing hyenas and the upset rhinoceros who has "treed" the safari. The poor porter will get the point in the end. Luckily Skipper Jeff has found the lost safari and they may be saved.
Next up is a nice photograph of the large group of pachyderms enjoying the water. It looks like they are loading their trunks to cool down the passengers.
Last image is of the happiest elephant enjoying her bath. It looks like she has been in there for years as she is all wrinkled.
Luckily for us, Skipper Jeff is an experienced skipper and can get us through head hunter country, which by the way is a dangerous place to be headed. Check out the Hokey Pokey dance moves.
Next image shows the excitement found in Old Chicago area of the park when the fire department responds to a call. Old Chicago would burn once again on a daily schedule.
Sponsored by Schaeffer's Beer is this German band entertaining the crowd. I like the reflection in the large Tuba.
The next picture is a nice portrait of the mountain. I miss the Skyway ride through the mountain.
The last picture is dark but shows a you are there view of riding the bobsleds inside the mountain. Not too many photographers dared to take a picture while on the bobsled.
The second image shows the Columbia ready to depart from the Frontierland docks. Note the Tom Sawyer's Island raft on the left hand side, docked at the now unused pier.
The second image is of a fan posing with King Louie in front of the Swiss Family Treehouse. The balloon matches the outfit of the girl.
Next up is the finale of the Three Sisters Falls with the Nature's Wonderland Mine Train tracks going under the falls.
The next image is of the attraction building from the walkway. I like how the gold and white shines in the daylight, and the absence of the distracting toy shop at the exit.