This is an unusual view of Rainbow Ridge, looking very cute and quaint in 1958. They've brought one of the pack mules out for folks to meet, and the dark-green Mine Train is loading up for another journey through the Rainbow Desert. You can't read it here, but there is a bit of "graffiti" on the General Store that reads, "Viva Pecos Bill".
I see sailors in a lot of early Disneyland photos, maybe they came from the Long Beach navy yard for a little "R & R". Crowds are light for a day in mid-August, but it looks like it's early (the street is still wet from its nightly cleaning, and the shadows are long).