Tuesday, August 05, 2014
Frontierland's "Rivers of America" is all about the scenery; and back in the old days, there were more Indians to be found along the way.
Over to our left is the Indian Village that the public could access (via a tunnel next to the train tracks). This is where you might watch Indians from various tribes doing their traditional dances, or where you could catch a canoe. I think the Keel Boats launched from there as well.
There's our pal, Chief Wavy! Notice that he has quite a group of warriors to back him up, further up the hill. Just in case! Seems like a wise idea.
Aaaaaand, you know it, you love it, the Friendly Indian Village. This is where peaceful and industrious people grind corn, scrape hides, dry meat, and (in that kid's case) stand on overturned canoes and watch the steamboats go by.