Friday, October 16, 2015
Today I have two really nice photos of Main Street, plus a few details - I think you're going to like them!
We'll start with this great picture of the Horse Drawn Streetcar, clippety-clopping toward us as it passes the Kodak Camera Center, the Timex Clock Shop, and the China Closet. Which is very handy, because it just so happens that I need a roll of film, a Mickey Mouse watch, and 2 porcelain thingamabobs.
It's 2:32 in the afternoon, and Main Street looks awesomely uncrowded on this beautiful sunny day. I love those streetcars, and hope that someday they will be Star Wars-themed.Tauntaun-Drawn Streetcars, perhaps.
I love to look at the people. Parson Magurk is thinking about going into the Silhouette Studio, while lots of folks relax on the front porch of the China Closet.
Here's another neat photo - a very unusual angle taken near the Red Wagon Inn looking past the INA Carefree Corner (to our left) and toward the Coca Cola Refreshment Corner. That Coke building is so awesome!
The sandwich board points guests in the direction of the First Aid and "Lost Children" locations, and to the Main Street Art Colony. Artists at work! Please do not feed them. Please tell them all about your aunt, the painter. In the background you can just see part of the "Cole of California" storefront. Go buy a bathing suit, why don'tcha?