giant anatomically correct replica of Trigger, no less. :D
Indeed, it leaves nothing to the imagination ...
Oh my. I didn't notice that. I am a little embarrased. P.S. I have yours and I shall be scanning it ASAP.
First thing I noticed other than the beautiful Volkswagen parked in the lot. A quick internet search indicates the Roy Rogers Museum Moved in 2003, to Branson, MO - where the Trigger statue was placed in front of the building (and according to a tiny photo on this page, was still anatomically correct. The museum seems to be closed now, and Trigger was auctioned off to the owner of a TV station, and now is clothed with horse tack and a saddle. Propriety is now served, but imagine all those children in the 50's that were exposed to that as they went into the Roy Rogers Museum!
They had an apostrophe they didn't need and couldn't decide how to use it between the sign and the ticket.
But your layout of the materials is nicely done however.
I wonder is the real stuffed Trigger inside. Nice post.
That is way too classy for Branson! That is a fabulous card. I should have signed up for this writing exchange.
Ted's comment, haha! And I did notice the vintage VW Beetle, I've always wanted dreamed of owning one.
I do believe that Stephen Fry made a visit to this with a TV crew a few years ago. I found it quite fascinating.
Mehhhh, got to get rolling on mine soon!Meh to being a girl.
I need to get involved with International Correspondence Initiative, what a cool idea!