If you’re a Disney fan, there’s potentially a big problem when you read the various Disney blogs out there that claim to deliver “news” – they don’t always do that. Some blogs repeat stuff that a Disney bus driver’s second cousin’s best friend mentioned. Others allude that things are happening but never outright say they are. And yet others just make crap up.
The Walt Disney Company has usually been very closed-lipped about what’s said on those so-called “viral” Disney sites but in a change of the status quo in recent weeks, they squelched two rumors that had been spread by what they described as an “unscrupulous source.” The first rumor was about The Enchanted Tiki Room closing (spoiler: it’s not closing) and the other one was about the Country Bear Jamboree
With all of the news we’ve shared this week, we “fur-got” to mention our friends over at the Country Bear Jamboree! Read the update just posted on the Disney Parks Blog: https://t.co/Pssyi9Qbp5 pic.twitter.com/hBU6oYlThl
— Disney Parks (@DisneyParks) June 28, 2019
That post got me thinking about this iconic attraction and its rich history in Disney parks. And boy, does it have history! Take a look…