Space And Stuff, IDK



Jun 23 Reblogged

vintagenasa:

I was lucky enough to join a group of WED Imagineers several times for a lunch in the park with Gordon. We would all pick up our ZUP’S or Pecos Bill’s sandwiches and head to the nearby Griffith Park for a meet and eat session with our VP. There we would learn about his “Right Stuff” test pilot days, being an Astronaut with Mercury 7 and all the UFO’s and alien encounters he had been witness to. Like Walt, he believed “it was fun to do the impossible!” and he had surely done that. He seemed to fit right in with Space Mountain and Ray Bradbury for our Experimental Prototype City of Tomorrow!” (via http://disneyandmore.blogspot.com/2009/07/gordon-cooper-when-legendary-astronaut.html)

vintagenasa:

I was lucky enough to join a group of WED Imagineers several times for a lunch in the park with Gordon. We would all pick up our ZUP’S or Pecos Bill’s sandwiches and head to the nearby Griffith Park for a meet and eat session with our VP. There we would learn about his “Right Stuff” test pilot days, being an Astronaut with Mercury 7 and all the UFO’s and alien encounters he had been witness to. Like Walt, he believed “it was fun to do the impossible!” and he had surely done that. He seemed to fit right in with Space Mountain and Ray Bradbury for our Experimental Prototype City of Tomorrow!” (via http://disneyandmore.blogspot.com/2009/07/gordon-cooper-when-legendary-astronaut.html)

Notes

  1. kaiyves reblogged this from spaceandstuffidk and added:
    JELLY. So jelly.

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