My Politically Incorrect Father's Day
WILD WEST CITY!!
That looks like fun, not quite as big a commitment as Six Flags, and as you know if you were following the composition of my next novel, Closes at Dusk, I try to patronize such dying tourist spots of the 50s and 60s.
Though, come to think of it, perhaps Father's Day is intrinsically politically incorrect - celebrating fatherhood? Patriarchy? Yeah, might as well go to a place that celebrates guns and Manifest Destiny while I'm at it.
No, actually - I just like 50s kitsch. I really do. You're not going to get me to apologize for that.