AT THE DRIVE IN - A LOST PAST TIME

Soda Pop and popcorn, to cotton candy. They're available at the Brackley Drive-In. These fan favourites, are great snacks for the movies experience at the drive-in. They have kept the fifties feel, by leaving the old speaker poles in the grassy parking lot (of course not functional.) and even had the classic advertisements for confectionery treats.

So, not sure but it could be me, that there seems to be a growing trend to the return on drive-in theatres, or at least it seems to be in the rural areas. So, I was curious to find how many theatres there were in Canada, and sure enough, there are a few, but not as many I would like to see. At bamcat.com they provide a Canada wide map plotting the theatres their location. So, do you think Drive-Ins are on the come? (Comments below.)

Why wouldn't they! As these places are a great thing, giving families a fun past time to enjoy and share a good wholesome moment. 

NOSTALGIC PAST TIME
UNDER FALLEN LIGHT,
MOMENTS JUST THE SAME,
EVEN IF TIMES ARE DIFFERENT.

AS ANTICIPATION BOUNCES
IN PAJAMAS, ON BACK SEATS
TO THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF CONFECTIONARY TREATS.

NOW DARKEN SKIES CAST
PROJECTION STARTS; AND
THE CROWD IS ATTENTIVE
TO THE OPENING CREDITS.

MUNCHING AND WATCHING
HOURS PASS BY INTO MORNING
CREDITS ROLE AND KIDS RETURN
AN EVENING OF MOVIE ENTERTAINMENT.


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