PHOTO REPORT: Disneyland Resort 5/24/22 (Chip ‘n’ Dale Rescue Rangers, Coke Display, Amani Tribe Flag, and More)

Hey there, hi there, ho there! We headed down to the Disneyland Resort to visit some old friends and see what is going on today amid all the many construction projects and merchandise releases. So join us for this most recent photo report from both parks.


We started our day at Disneyland, where there’s almost as much traffic on the roads as there was on the freeway getting here.

Goofy is turning 90, and we found some pins to celebrate. We also found a Floating Down Main Street pin, a mystery box collection, a Star Wars action figure pin, and more.

The tree that once sat in the pathway as the entrance of Tarzan’s Treehouse has now been fully removed. Take a look at our full construction update right here.

New Orleans Square is emerging from its refurbishment period as well, and the walls that were previously blocking the walkway have been removed.

Nearby in Critter Country, we took a slow stroll through the land to admire the design. In the hustle and bustle of park life, sometimes the beauty of Disneyland can be too easily overlooked. It’s nice to take a breath and slow down every now and again.

On Batuu, we found a little droid who is being used as a stove near the Creature Corner stall.

At the Creature Stall, we spotted this new set of colored pencils.

Noticing our interest, the shopkeeper made mention of that symbol that is on the pencil case. That is the same symbol found hanging above the Creature Stall itself.

This is the flag of the Amani tribe from Utapau, of which the shop proprietress, Bina, is a member. The shopkeeper told us that anywhere the flag is seen on Batuu means that area is under the protection of the Amani tribe. It is sometimes found flying out in the Resistance Forest along Savi’s Path, which is the walkway that runs from Black Spire Outpost through the wilds of the forest to the Rebel base. The protection of the Amani tribe extends to all off-worlders who travel here, making the Outpost a safe place for tourists like us.

We noticed the Amani tribe’s flag just around the corner, hidden underneath a sunshade. It’s always nice to have a bit of lore to enrich our travels.

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We met up with our old friends Chip ‘n Dale, Rescue Rangers, as they were greeting guests in the park.

They’re sure happy to be back solving some crimes that go slipping through the cracks.

The display case next to Terran Treats in Avengers Campus has a new exhibit. No, not the Death Dealer mask and dragon scale weapons from “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.” Not even Loki’s daggers and props from his show. No, now it’s home to something that really fits in Avengers Campus — a Coke ad.

We’re being sarcastic, of course. This display case housing two Coca-Cola bottles is a far cry from the displays of props from Marvel films and shows.

It is promoting the new Coca-Cola starlight, which is advertised as “space flavored,” and therefore has a tie-in to being near the Tivan Collection, we guess.

The larger case around the side of the display is filled with the same red sand and polished minerals and crystals that surround the Coke display in the front case.

One final parting shot from Avengers Campus. Ant Man was out shaking hands with fans, delighting crowds wherever he went, so we snapped this nice photo of him.

Well, that’s it from us here at Disneyland. We’re glad you rode along. Be sure to leave a comment below, letting us know what you think of the photo report. We’ll see ya real soon!

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