Lovely and colorful creations.
Interesting how fictional characters become so integrated into real life. There ought to be some kind of convention for Micky Mouse, Winnie the Pooh, and Snoopy Dog :)
What a cute museum!
This museum is dedicated to the cartoon artist, Charles Schulz, and his long-standing Peanuts comic strip. Mr. Schulz was involved in its early design stages until his death in 2000. The museum located in Santa Rosa, California a little over an hour north of San Francisco. It opened in 2002 and has received over 500,000 visitors to date.
Cute! I wonder if Charlie's blanket also exists in real life?
Oh, how lovely! I didn't know there was a Charles M. Schulz Museum but I think I'd love it there. I love the life size kennel!
I imagine that is a very fun place to visit?!
Now that has to go on my bucket list.
Magnificas fotos...un abrazo desde Murcia....
Oh, I didn't realise Charlie was named after a coworker rather than the author himself. Interesting.
Emma and Buster visiting for WORLDLESS WEDNESDAY.Have a good day.
He has his own museum!? Cool! and cute. :)
How fun! I love Snoopy and the rest of them.
I would love to visit this museum. I loved Charlie Brown and company!
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