After seeing the great Treasures of the Disney Archives exhibit at the Reagan Library, it was time to check out the Ronald Reagan side of the library. We’ve only got 45 minutes until Ruston has to leave, so we’ll be moving fast.
Continuing our exploration of the Treasures of the Disney Archives exhibit at the Reagan Library, we next saw quite a few items from the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.
Continuing our visit at the Treasures of Walt Disney Archives exhibit at the Reagan Library, we exited the main building and enter a large tent set up in the parking lot. Click here for part 1.
There’s nothing like waiting until the last minute to visit the Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives exhibit at the Ronald Reagan Library just outside Los Angeles.
The exhibit has been there since July 6th, 2012 and would be leaving April 30th, 2013. Well, after talking to the Club 33 member the day before, they convinced us that we should visit before it’s gone. That only left Sunday for us to see it before it’s gone forever.
Jacob, Theresa and I carpooled together and we all met Ruston up there.
Yes, we have had some really awesome adventures and are totally aware that we’re incredibly lucky. On Saturday April 27th, we were invited to experience Club 1901 at Disney California Adventure Park.
We’ll get to why it was special at the end. I love this photo of the four of us on the trolley.
April 12th and the hummingbird babies are getting bigger and bigger.
Donald and a few other pastors are visiting from Michigan for a conference this week. It happens to be Donald’s birthday and Theresa and I wanted to surprise him with a gift he would always remember.
We kept it a secret the entire time until finally we arrived at the Universal Studios City Walk.
We walked by some of the shops of the City Walk then started angling over towards iFly, the indoor skydiving. Donald finally knew what his gift was!
It’s Long Lost Friends week at Disneyland! From April 8th through April 14th, some of our favorite Disney characters who we don’t normally see in the park will be out for meet and greets.
The last time I wrote about our visiting mama hummingbird, she had a nest and two eggs. You can see more of those pictures here.
I’m not sure when exactly they hatched but on March 30th we had these tiny little birds and great big mouths looking up at us. See how big the are in relation to the nest. They’re pretty tiny.