Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Frontierland Indians, August 1960

I sure have a lot of slides taken from the decks of the Mark Twain, and here is another one. 46 years ago (this very month), this was the scene in the Indian Village. Curious parents and kids are gathering to experience a taste of the Old West and witness the ceremonial dances of several American Indian tribes. Everybody knows that authentic Indian costumes included hot pink shirts (in postcards he also wears screaming purple).

It's fun to look at the kids waiting nearby to get a snapshot, while one dad (in his way-cool shorts) is probably getting the camera set.

1 comment:

Matterhorn1959 said...

What I want to know is what the woman standing on the bank with her camera is looking for?