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February 2014 Archives
I never visited The Land of Oz, an amusement park that thrived during the '70s on North Carolina's Beech Mountain. Though, I was able to look down on the park from atop the highest point of the White Lightning Trail at Beech Mountain Resort when I went skiing there.
Land of Oz (Photo credit: _rockinfree)
It looked liked a very well kept park at the time and though not open on those cold winter days I imagined what fun it must have been for the people that performed there as well as the visitors and their children.
Today I ran across this article in The Daily Beast, Follow the Yellow Brick Road...to North Carolina by Nina Strochlic and it reminded me of the park.
Considering how long it has been dormant, (it closed in 1980), it still looks pretty good and piques the imagination to think about what it must have been like in it's heyday.
In 1990 it started opening for two days every year in what is known as the Autumn at Oz Festival to the delight of former visitors and employees. A time to remember what it was like to work and play there.
Below is a film by Sam Howe and Jessie Whitman, The Land of Oz, that shows the park as it is now and gives a bit of history about how it came to be and what forced it's closure.
Resurrection After-Party is the latest album from Stephanie Wolfe. It is being released on her Chipped Polish Records label tomorrow, February 14th, Valentines Day.
This album is heavy into electronica. My favorite song is Excited although Something Wicked is very popular too.
Chipped Polish Records is committed to female artists in the genres of pop, electronica, rock, and experimental music.
Resurrection After-Party at Amazon.com