Well, Junior Gorillas, today marks the first "Anything Goes" entry on this blog; which is to say that on one or two days a week (probably weekends), you just never know what you are going to see. I'm going to delve into my not-very-vast collection of non-theme park/World's Fair images (only a box or two), and see how it goes. If nothing else, these posts should introduce a bit more variety to what is normally seen here, and hopefully that will be a good thing.
Here's the pool, which is not as vast and over-the-top as some of the pools you'll see in Vegas today. No water slides or wave machines... but it still looks mighty inviting, especially on one of those 100+ degree days.
And just because, here is the classic Stardust casino in 1962, only four years after it had opened. I love the planets and stars, and of course at night it shimmered in colorful neon. The Stardust closed in 2006, and was imploded in 2007.
I hope you've enjoyed this first Anything Goes installment!