Posted on November 26, 2021 Updated on November 26, 2021
More shots from the Land of Oz in the 70s. ~Vic
Previous posts are here and here. Images are from Emerald Mountain Realty.
Land of Oz (Romantic Asheville)
Land of Oz (My Home/UNC-TV)
Land of Oz Theme Park (Wikipedia)
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My wife and I, back in 1970, followed the yellow brick road and found ourselves in a Waffle House for breakfast. That was after the pot wore off. Debbie Reynolds was one of my favorite gals in those days. Nice post.
I wish I had the ability to enjoy pot. I tried it three times, once in high school at a party and twice in college. All three times, all I wanted to do was hide in a closet until I became normal, again…while my friends raided the fridge. I must have strange body chemistry. Said chemistry also prevents me from cigarette addiction. I have no clue what a nicotine fit is.
I’ve eaten at one Waffle House…Raleigh, NC, Capital Blvd., 2am, 1999. That was the nastiest food I have ever eaten. I suspect the food was much better in 1970, much like how McDonald’s once was.
Thanks. I will be posting more over time.
Our grandchildren love Waffle House. Go figure.
More to come over time.
Land of Oz looks like it was a cool place. Sorry I missed it
It still exists but, in a different form. It’s not really an amusement park, anymore. It’s only open in the Autumn, now.
I still like Debbie Reynolds even after all these years 🙂
I was a Carrie fan. I didn’t know much about Debbie.
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