Monday, April 12, 2010

Filled to Capacity

Today's photo (circa 1970) is both a reference to today's rain storm and to the fact that our big Knott's Berry Farm history event is completely sold out. For those who missed out on purchasing a ticket, it's still possible to attend the book signing, from 10am to noon, this Sunday.
Sorry my posts are few and far between lately. I've been pretty busy prepping for a few events including this weekend's Knott's wingding and an event on June 10th that involves tikis. More on that later.
On an unrelated note, the Diego Sepulveda Adobe in Costa Mesa will be open for tours on Sat., April 17, noon to 4pm. The adobe is located in Estancia Park, 1900 Adams Avenue.

4 comments: said...

Great photo!

Capt. Tomorrow said...

I believe you mean Knott's Berryfarm.

Chris Jepsen said...

Yes, I got that little souvenir plate in the mail from you the other day, Captain.

I'll describe it for everyone else: It is marked "KNOTTS BERRYFARM" and "Made in Japan," and has the most bizarre, abstract image of a covered wagon I've ever seen. Clearly, it was painted by someone who had no idea what their subject matter actually was.

Anyway, thank you Captain. And thanks also for the old matchbook cover. Sorry I didn't drop you an email immediately, but (like I said) things are pretty busy around here right now.

Connie Moreno said...

I wish I could have gotten a ticket to the Knott's event but money is tight these days. :-(

Hope you give us a report when you get back.