The Big Screen

Last night Mr. Cleaver and I took the first of what will be many trips to the Pride’s Corner Drive-In Theatre in Westbrook, where it’s always a double feature. It was a fantastically fun atmosphere, with tons of families and folks who were clearly old pros at the Drive-In Experience. And for $7 for two first-run movies with inexpensive concessions, it’s a good bang for your movie-going buck.

Some of my favorite things were all the younger kids in their pajamas and the 60’s-era intermission cartoons. And for those wondering, the picture quality is good after the first 15 minutes or so (when it gets dark enough) and the sound plays via your car radio. As for film reviews, we both really enjoyed How to Train Your Dragon, but found Iron MA 2 to be underwhelming. Other than that, the photos are pretty self-explanatory, so I’ll leave it to them.

Pride's Corner

Ticket Booth

The Early Crowd

Playing Frisbee

PJs & Sponge Bob Ice Cream

Cold Drinks, Pure Buttered Popcorn

Snacking

Popcorn

Popcorn

8:34

4 Minutes to Go

PS – in other news, I met with a physical therapist on Thursday and have been diligently doing my stretches and I can happily say I can fully bend my wrist with no pain! I’m not out of thw woods yet, but this is definitely a positive move forward 🙂

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