pineapple dress c/o (also in sleeveless + caftan + shorts)| pineapple hat c/o| similar rainbow sandals c/o | similar white sunglasses |similar pineapple earrings c/o | toucan tote c/o | pineapple hat c/o
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One of the best parts of a road trip is the quirky things you find along the way.
I was excited when I saw that it was located in Williams, Arizona (not far from The Grand Canyon) on our route to Denver.
While it’s definitely in need of a little TLC, it was such a cute, quirky stop.
Odee and I had fun running up and down the stairs of the Brontosaurus, but declined the go down the slide.
Which was probably a good choice, as we saw a guy go flying down in and then proceed to fall off and tumble over four times, kicking up a whirl of desert sand in his wake.
To be fair, they had warned us ahead of time that the slide was REALLY fast and to be careful, so to proceed at your own risk.
We opted to put the pedal to the metal in our Flintstones car instead. 😉
It was fun seeing the colorful Bedrock City.
Built in 1972, the lumpy replica of the 1960s cartoon is like midcentury meets prehistoric. Does that qualify as Googie? Not quite, but it’s not far off.
What’s the most random spot you’ve ever come across on a road trip?
Any world’s largest ball of yarn sightings?
As for what I wore, I couldn’t resist frolicking around in this Trina Turk pineapple-print dress.
It seemed to fit the vibe, as did my pineapple hat.
I’ve linked everything below!
As always, thanks for reading + coming along on this colorful adventure!
If you go to Flintstones Bedrock City, I hope you’ll have a yabba dabba doo time, a dabba do time, I hope you’ll have a gay old time!
I know we did. 🙂
PHOTOS by FRED MOSER
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