Friday, July 30, 2010

Postcard Friendship Friday

Postcard Friendship Friday is hosted each week by the lovely Beth.
Each week you can see a variety of postcards from the old to the new, the comic to the serious, a true variety. Be sure to visit!

I have one more of the linen postcards to share with you.


Lunch Room


Lunch Room, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico
It is numbered: 1B-H180
This is the only one of the linen postcards I've shared with you that says:
"Santa Fe Railway Photograph"



Lunch Room

Lunch Room,
Carlsbad Caverns Nat'l Park,
New Mexico

Carlsbad Caverns Nat'l Park is located at White's City, N. M.
Luncheons are served daily in the spacious Lunch Room, 750 feet underground.

Happy PFF!

Have a wonderful weekend.

Joy To You!

14 comments:

pfranzme said...

Wow, a lunchroom in the caverns. Must not've been worried about damage to the caverns.

dosfishes said...

I think I will skip lunch underground, but as usual, the post card is fantastic. xox Corrine

Dorincard said...

Underground culture...having lunch is SO easy, a caveman can do it.

Postcardese said...

You can feel the texture - even through the web. Brilliant

Aimee said...

Wow, what a great card! I didn't realize they had a lunchroom underground.

Joy said...

I love the colourful card and all the people, guess it was popular place to eat, and no need of air conditioning.

Pretty Things said...

That is so neat!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Wow---wonder if they still have the restaurant (lunchroom) in the caverns??? That would be so neat!!!!

Great postcard.
Hugs,
Betsy

Mary said...

Very cool card. This is one of the caverns I've not visited - bucket list for me!

Aimee Dars said...

I love this card! Usually, linens rarely show so many people.

Irene said...

I'm not sure I could do lunch underground either, but love the card.

Sheila said...

For some reason having a meal 750 feet underground doesn't appeal to me. I think I'd feel claustrophobic. All the same, it's a fantastic card!

Linda said...

Great colors, very different from most linen cards that show scenery or monuments.

Rhonda Roo said...

Wow-and lookit how chic-ly dressed everyone is, enjoying their meal, down past the hedgehogs and moles, ha!

I went to Carlsbad Caverns during one of the moments in time when all Federal Parks had been temporarily closed down because due to the funding freeze-in the 90s-and the guy I was traveling with who could talk his way into *anything* (except me marrying him, haha)convinced one of the park rangers to let us go down..we had to walk down because they weren't allowed to run the elevators and the lights weren't on, except for a few spotlights so we went with flashlights and WOW, it was incredible! Obviously, we didn't stay down there, for a very long time, it was a pretty quick tour, but the girl who came all the way from FL had an adventure she'll remember :)

But i didn't even know there was or had been a cafe! COOL!