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Wormholes are cool. They can take us anywhere, right? At least anywhere in our imagination, though I hold out hope for real, wormhole travel in my lifetime. 🙂

This photo reminds me so much of a favorite movie, American Graffiti, which launched a favorite show, Happy Days.

But the hubs took it during his Great Wyoming Adventure in July (though it had elements of NUD-venture, too O.O).

Dragging Main was a big deal when I was in high school. Yeah, not a lot else to do after you got out of the movie. LOL

Does the photo take you back? Where would your wormhole take you today? To a yesterday?

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Perilously yours,

Pauline

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A “Happy” Blast from the Past?
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2 thoughts on “A “Happy” Blast from the Past?

  • August 22, 2014 at 10:43 am
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    In Casper, we called it dragging the strip, which started at the Red Barn (remember those hamburger joints) on Second Street and ended at the A&W on CY, where one turned around and went back to Second Street, all night long. Thanks for reminding me. I, too, liked American Graffiti and Happy Days.
    Karen
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    • August 22, 2014 at 11:04 am
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      I used to go to high school events in Casper!!! I don’t think I knew we were both Wyoming girls! How fun!

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