Drive In Movie Theaters Aren’t Dead
I remember as a child going to drive in movie theaters regularly with my parents to watch my favorite movies, play on the playsets near the big screen, and sit on the hood of the car drinking chocolate milk. That was 25 years ago and the drive in we frequented most is now a plot of land that houses a Ford dealership and 7 Eleven. There are still a few small towns that keep the tradition alive and this one happens to be a blast from the past with not much upkeep. It gives it a familiar vibe and makes a great place to spend a Saturday night.