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    Surprised nobody here has brought up the huge tree that fell over last night around 6:15pm at La Brea Bakery.
    Anyone else see it, we where walking off the tram and we saw the whole tree just topple over on the tables/chair and possibly a few people???
    This is what I was wondering...was anyone hurt?
    We, unlike everyone else who blocked the CM's from clearing the area/helping anyone did not stay and watch what was going on. Everyone rushed over to "take pictures" of the fallen tree and what it had fallen on. We kept walking and did not want to contrubute to clogging up the area, we'd rather people who belong there get in and do their jobs.
    By the time we exited the park it was already cut up and hauled away.
    We just hope nobody was hurt, it took out much of the outside seating area.

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    Didn't see that one but we saw one outside of Grizzly swaying very dangerously toward the hotel. We thought a guy was securing it but someone else said that he'd cut it down.

    Hope nobody was hurt in that accident!
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    • #3
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      I left before that happened, but I'm not surprised. On the way back to Mickey & Friends one of the trees lost a branch and blocked the lane.

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      • #4
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        If a Tree fell in Downtown Disney and no one heard it......oh, nevermind.

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        • #5
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          This could be a plot from rival theme parks...they start by destablizing the trees and move on to other diabolical things!!

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          • #6
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            This is high end Disney math BIG TREE+HIGH WINDS= NO BIG TREE, either they cut it down or Mother Nature does it for them.
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            • #7
              Re: Fallen tree at La Brea

              Originally posted by Capt. Spalding View Post
              Surprised nobody here has brought up the huge tree that fell over last night around 6:15pm at La Brea Bakery.
              Umm...

              http://www.micechat.com/forums/showt...s-80987p6.html

              Wow, the winds were horrendous at DL today. It took out a tree and a light in DTD near the La Brea bakery, and part of the canopy of the carousel got trashed. Sitting at the table indoors at Coke Corner that's the furthest inside, next to the candy, I got hit in the side of the head by trash flying in from outside. The CMs kept sweeping the floors of the shops in a never-ending losing battle to keep leaves and trash out. I feel like I'm covered by an inch of dust. Yike.
              Mind you, by the time I saw it, they had already removed all the tables and chairs, as well as most of the tree, so all I was definitely able to see was that one of the tall "leafy" lamps was damaged by the falling tree. Wasn't sure whether it had fallen on the tables or not.
              Last edited by drb; 10-22-2007, 12:13 PM.

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                That post is on another thread and is quite long. I never saw it either and was glad someone posted in here where most Disneyland fans spend their time. Thanks for the information Capt Spalding.
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                  hope noone was hurt
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                  • #10
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                    La Brea better still be open! I love that place! No one else does, but I do, and that's what's important!

                    My understanding is that the Santa Ana wind are a naturally occuring phenomena out there at this time of year. Is it particularly bad this year? Or is it something else?


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                    • #11
                      Re: Fallen tree at La Brea

                      Originally posted by Roo719 View Post
                      My understanding is that the Santa Ana wind are a naturally occuring phenomena out there at this time of year. Is it particularly bad this year? Or is it something else?


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                      We've had worse winds than these. I remember once about 20 years ago when a really bad Santa Ana wind blew the roof off of a couple houses in my neighborhood. That was a really bad wind.

                      This is a stonger than average wind, but not the worst. But what makes it bad is all of the fires. The fires are all in rugged terrain, combined with high winds, makes them all so difficult to fight.

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                      • #12
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                        Originally posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
                        We've had worse winds than these. I remember once about 20 years ago when a really bad Santa Ana wind blew the roof off of a couple houses in my neighborhood. That was a really bad wind.

                        This is a stonger than average wind, but not the worst. But what makes it bad is all of the fires. The fires are all in rugged terrain, combined with high winds, makes them all so difficult to fight.
                        Forgot to mention this is also the driest year on record. Dry year, combined with tinder dry brush, in rugged terrain combined with high winds makes for a really bad fire. San Diego had an extremely bad fire storm a few years back, and L.A. County has had it's share as well... mainly mid to late 90's. With each fire comes new regulations on clearing brush and making fire breaks. It doesn't sound like much, but with each fire we learn a little more and that helps save homes.
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                        • #13
                          Re: Fallen tree at La Brea

                          Originally posted by Lost Boy View Post
                          That post is on another thread and is quite long. I never saw it either and was glad someone posted in here where most Disneyland fans spend their time. Thanks for the information Capt Spalding.
                          ...wha? Huh?

                          Most Disneyland fans spend their time in the "Fallen Tree at La Brea" thread, with 440 views, and not the "Santa Ana winds" thread on the same page, that has 3,000 views?

                          I don't understand what you're saying. What am I missing?

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                          • #14
                            Re: Fallen tree at La Brea

                            Originally posted by drb View Post
                            ...wha? Huh?

                            Most Disneyland fans spend their time in the "Fallen Tree at La Brea" thread, with 440 views, and not the "Santa Ana winds" thread on the same page, that has 3,000 views?

                            I don't understand what you're saying. What am I missing?
                            Tsk, tsk

                            Thread Envy is so ugly.

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