Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Great Blogs - Vintage Roadside & Retro Roadmap

We have recently been covered in two great blogs - Vintage Roadside-the blog and Retro Roadmap! Vintage Roadside: We did an interview with VintageRoadside about the history of the LaPlace Frostop. The interview really turned out terrific. Check it out here: http://vintageroadtrip.blogspot.com/2009/07/vintage-roadside-visits-frostop-in.html You can also check Vintage Roadside out at their website:

This is from their website: Vintage Roadside t-shirts feature authentic vintage advertising images for people who love road trips, historic preservation, roller derby, vintage signs, rockabilly, hot rods, burlesque, mid-century architecture, vintage tattoo art, & great stories. For their great collection of pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/11339606@N07/ You can follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/vintageroadside
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Retro Road Map Retro Roadmap did an overview of us- check it out here: http://retroroadmap.com/?s=frostop

According to Retro Roadmap's blog site:

Retro Roadmap is your destination for all mid mod*/retro/ vintage places to visit and events to go to: -tiki and Polynesian pop -vintage diners and restaurants -vintage clothing, decor and shopping -classic cocktails and dive bars -hot rods and vintage cars -amusement parks, piers and boardwalks -drive-in movie theatres -roadside eats -downtown shopping -interesting architecture -old movies and classic movie theatres -rockabilly, lounge, garage, exotica -neon and classic old signs -vintage vacations and retro roadtrips -events celebrating any or all of the above and everything else wonderful and fun from the past!

You can join their group on flickr: http://www.flickr.com/groups/retroroadmap/

You can follow them on twitter www.twitter.com/retroroadmap

So check out these blogs they have some great stories! You can spend a whole day or more on the past!!

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for the Retro Roadmap- hope our piece drives some folks to your place. Will definitely stop by and say hi when we're in the area!

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  2. Honored to help share the history of the Frostop! Thanks for the kind words.

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  3. Thanks to both of you for helping to share our history and the history of so many other great places!

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