Music on Mondays: Out & About to see bits and pieces
I thought I would combine today’s Music on Mondays post with an
Out & About series post. You’ll understand. I hope.
Today’s Music on Mondays is “Bits & Pieces.” Two different ones for your listening pleasure as you read further and enjoy some pictures of bits and pieces.
Balboa Park near downtown San Diego has many museums, one of which is the San Diego Air & Space Museum.
It’s common for airplane, train, and car museums to requisition, renovate, rebuild, and reconstruct (hereafter, 4R) historic pieces for display, and to store parts for their operating pieces and their 4R work.
But when was the last time you went to a museum and saw bits and pieces lying around the museum grounds?
Probably “never” is going to be my guess.
Well, recently I did.
I made it to the San Diego Air & Space Museum Annex, where they keep the bits and pieces, and the 4R projects. It’s not located anywhere near the museum, though. It’s way out in El Cajon at 335 Kenny Street:
Following are some pictures from the Museum Annex. If you get anywhere near the Annex (“near” defined as “within about five miles”), you’ll know you’re close because you’ll see a huge rocket sticking up in the middle of nowhere, certainly taller than anything else around:
Of course, every air and space museum has to have a space dog:
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Posted on October 22, 2012, in Halls of History, History, Music on Mondays, Out & About, Photos and tagged bits and pieces, dave clark five, joan jett and the blackhearts, san diego air and space museum annex. Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.