Another Year of Magic – Disneyland Highlights from 2015


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Walt Disney World—our first love—came back into our lives in early 2015, when we upgraded to Disney’s Premier Passport for the first time. We didn’t want to abandon Disneyland, however, so we ended up splitting our vacation time between the two coasts throughout the year. Of course, the major advantage of visiting SoCal was that our trips were still partially paid for when Tracy visited the Orange County office and combined work with play.

In the end, we visited Disneyland three times over the course of the year—April, August, and December. We got to enjoy different holiday decorations, and of course, experience the Diamond Celebration for Disneyland’s 60th. We also got a few opportunities for the first time (including eating an amazing dinner at a certain exclusive restaurant) and had a few “lasts” as well (including saying goodbye to our furry friends at the now-defunct Big Thunder Ranch).

Looking back at some of my previous Disneyland trip reports, I could see it taking years (literally) to get through the usual chronological updates. Since I don’t want to still be writing about Disneyland’s 60th when the park starts getting ready for its 70th, I’m approaching this newest trip report a little differently. Rather than trying to remember and relay every last detail of these trips, I’m going to focus on some of the many highlights. Don’t worry—you’ll still get to hear about the places we ate, the important things we did, and any humorous anecdotes that we want to relive. I just think this way of reporting will help me hone in on the more important aspects.

And so, welcome to another foray to the West Coast, and enjoy reading about our Disneyland adventures!

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About Wandering Mouseketeers

We are Taylor and Tracy — husband and wife from Boulder, CO — and we love all things Disney, as well as general travel. This website was originally created to showcase our Walt Disney World, Disneyland, and Disney Cruise Line trip reports, but we've also got an entire series of blog posts about what it was like to live for a year and a half in Orange County, CA. Hopefully you'll enjoy reading about our various adventures. All of our Disney trip reports have lots of pictures and details that you can use to plan your next vacation!