Wednesday, May 26, 2010

A Random Trio

Just like the title says, here are three pictures, randomly thrown together...

All of the geysers are shooting full-blast in Nature's Wonderland. This is WAY better than that crummy Yellowstone.


Mickey Mouse is bangin' the big drum for the debut season of "Fantasy on Parade". I can't quite make out what he is wearing, but it appears to be olive drab pants and shirt, cowboy hat, and a yellow kerchief. Is he in the boy scouts? The cavalry?


Indians in da house, yo! I watch VH-1 so I can talk like the cool kids. And speaking of cool kids, check out the souvenir hats on those kids down in the front row. It takes confidence to wear something like that and make it work.

8 comments:

Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

Where is the huge drum today? I wanna bang on it!

Those feathered hats are a riot, I kinda want one....

Nice Random Trio - Thanks!

Connie Moreno said...

ROTFLMAO! Not only are the pictures extremely interesting (at least to me) but your commentary is off the hook. Do you write for my favorite sitcom? I'm sure you do!

Yendorb said...

It isn't a cowboy hat, it looks more like one of those Australian hats with one half of the brim up. very interesting.d

Katella Gate said...

Ditto Yendorb and his Aussie hat. Go figure.

BWT, As a kid the only disappointment I felt about the geysers at Nature's Wonderland is that they didn't smell of sulfur like the mud pots at National Volcanic National Park. -- But that was ok, I'd could go Smell Hell on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.

Anonymous said...

Disagree w/ KG, hell smells like Fresno.

JG

Cyberdillo said...

Re: Image #2

"I don't want to work I just want to bang on the drum all day."

Chiana_Chat said...

hehe the kids are tryin' to impress the Indian braves with their imposing fashion bravery.

You can talk like the cool kids? Cool. Of course that culture has been stagnated for, like, 25 years now so, like, whatever.

Katella wanted sulfur with them geysers? I can imagine the happy guests that might have been sprayed with it, smelling like sulfur. "Oh you've been on Mine Train through Nature's Wonderland! Marge and I were just on that one!" "No really? You don't smell a bit."

At the risk of upsetting any Fresnoites, I won't comment on JG's comment. ;)

Nancy said...

very nice..... :-)