Tag Archives: Gene Autry Museum of the American West

Wait! Don’t forget your phone!

See? Even cowboys were rushing off and nearly forgetting their mobile phones. 😉 Photo taken at the Gene Autry Museum in Griffith Park. ~SueBee

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Route 66 Exhibit

New Year’s Day I skipped the Rose Parade and the football game to visit the Gene Autry Museum of the American West in Griffith Park. Entry was free that particular day, but that wasn’t my motivation. Rather, I wanted to catch the Route 66 Exhibit before it moved on just a few days later. I remember driving […]

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