Friday, September 19, 2014

Tomorrowland, April 1973



The little tyke seems to have forgiven his dad from the Carrousel episode yesterday…or else he is attempting to drive him crazy by crawling over his head and back. Note the other Carousel behind them…the Carousel of Progress.

This family must have REALLY loved the Autopia, as they took 4 consecutive shots.



Imagine taking three photos of the same attraction and then having to wait about a week to see if they came out ok.



Hey…is the dad standing up in his Autopia vehicle? Somebody better talk to this maniac!



This looks like a real Los Angeles freeway…all backed up. Dad's crazy driving must have caused a pile-up.



Back in the present world, At Integrité Salon where I get my hair cut, they needed a few more runners to fill out their team for the 25th Annual AIDS Walk & Run event next Saturday, 9/27. Of course I said I'd do it and tossed my hat into the ring at the last minute. This is the largest one-day HIV/AIDS Fundraiser in San Diego County, and I sure would be grateful if you would donate a buck or two to help this worthwhile charity. Here is the link:

http://events.thecentersd.org/site/TR/Events/General?px=1110382&pg=personal&fr_id=1080. Please blow my tiny little goal of $100 away and help give me an incentive boost for my 10K Run!

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3 comments:

K. Martinez said...

I always liked the Tomorrowland woodlands that the Autopia passed through. Love the pile-up image.

I hope the weather is great during your AIDS Walk & Run, Dave. Let us know how it went.

Fifthrider said...

That dad is a real "everyman's dad" kind of guy. I'd love to see more pics from their trip. I see potential for things to go hilariously wrong, but in a likable way.

Also, contribution made. Good luck!

Chiana_Chat said...

On the top pic, I tink your second guess is right, poor guy :) Ah to be able to go up that ramp today and see a nice show, one with a positive and hopeful message for progress at that.

You're doing your part though. Best of luck on the AIDS Walk & Run next Sat., Dave! A great cause indeed.