Drive-in movies. My parents would put us in our pajamas and load us into the "wayback" of the station wagon with pillows and blankets. We were much more interested in what we could get from the snack bar than we were in the movie, and were usually asleep long before the movie ended.
What’s better than a walk in the moonlight? A movie under the stars, of course. Drive-in theaters have a special cache all their own. Although drive-ins across the country have fallen victim to urban sprawl and hard times, outdoor movies remain a much-beloved part of Wisconsin’s summer fun. Even in the age of multiplex and IMAX, ten drive-ins still operate here.