Wednesday, March 27, 2013
How about some more images from some vintage personal Viewmaster reels? OK!
We're all about the Mine Train Through Nature's Wonderland this time. Imagine you are sitting in one of those bright yellow open-air mine cars, passing by the cooling mist of that waterfall, enjoying the smell of pine trees, and listening to the famous ride spiel.
Here's a neat view through a tunnel and out to the trestle bridge that spanned the river through Bear Country. If only it was "Bare Country", this ride would still be around.
These elk aren't battling, they just can't get their antlers untangled It's like one of those Chinese dexterity puzzles. And you know how men are, they refuse to ask for help. Somebody get a hacksaw.
This area was called The Living Desert because those rock-like formations were actually made of living pulsating flesh. I admit that it was kind of weird. And yet it managed to remain family-friendly.
Stay tuned for more personal Viewmasters!