Obi Wan’s words ring in my mind as I walk through the tunnel, transporting myself from a nostalgic incarnation of the American west into the remote space outpost of Batuu. Like many young people, I grew up wanting to run off with Luke Skywalker to far-off galaxies. To grab a drink in the Mos Eisley Cantina. To board the Millennium Falcon for adventures unknown. And today I’m finally doing those very things in a very real place. Welcome to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Walt Disney’s newest land, now open to the public at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. Yes, technically we’re still waiting on a ride to open before it’s finished, and if you’re more of a Disney World vacationer, the Florida Galaxy’s Edge won’t launch until this fall. But if you’re in Southern California this summer, you can walk yourself right into your favorite galaxy far, far away.  You can gobble the food, guzzle the drinks and, yes, even fly the Falcon with five of your best friends. Walking from Frontierland into Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge literally takes my breath away. I’ve been excited to visit, but standing inside, fully immers...