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Christmas at Disney's California Adventure Park

Disney's California Adventure Park offers some very unique and fun Christmas Tree displays made out of unusual objects.

Like this tree made of metal Car wheel covers.

My favorite area is Radiator Springs 

from the movie "Cars".  They even have a cute car snowman to greet guests as they enter "Cars Land".

and it did not disappoint. Everywhere I looked there were touches of Christmas.

The first tree I spotted was made from old "Route 66" signs.
Route 66 signage tree

The next tree was made of cones.
Traffic Cone Tree

They even had a wreath made from wrenches and garland made from car filters.
Wrench Wreath

And of course where there are cars, there is oil.
Oil Can Tree
And in the junk yard, there was an old scrap metal tree.
Scrap Metal Tree
And a tree of tires.

I will upload pictures from the rest of the park on a different post.  
Happy Holidays!