Sunday, December 23, 2007

Two Main Streets, decked out for Christmas


I probably won't post again until the 26th or 27th, so I'll wish you all a Merry Christmas while I have the chance.

The first photo above shows Main Street in Knott's Berry Farm's Ghost Town, decorated for Christmas in the mid-1960s.

The second photo shows Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach, decorated for Christmas 1935.

6 comments:

Chris Merritt said...

Merry Christmas Chris!

Chris Jepsen said...

Thanks! Merry Christmas to you too, Chris.

And I hope you'll still find reasons to visit O.C. once your book is done in 2008.

Perhaps by then you'd even have time to meet at KBF or Disneyland and we can spend a day philosophising, deconstructing, and talking theme park history.

Chris Merritt said...

That sounds great! I'd love to do that sometime, when my schedule lets up...


- Chris

colony rabble said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours Chris! Hope you get everything you asked Santa for, and more!

Chris Jepsen said...

Merry Christmas to you, to Mr. Colony Rabble, and to all your Rabblettes. I hope 2008 will be a happy and healthy year for all of you.

Davelandweb said...

Chris - there is something eerie (in a cool way of course!) about that 2nd photo. Great post - and happy holidays to you!