“Whoa, this is heavy.” “There’s that word again; ‘heavy’. Why are things so heavy in the future? Is there a problem with the earth’s gravitational pull?”
I’ve always said that if I won a large sum in the lottery, if by some chance all my numbers came up in the Powerball…my one main luxury that I’d splurge on would be finally obtaining my dream car. Second to that would be a life-sized Han Solo in Carbonite, but that’s another story. If I could get my hands on an actual prop vechile from the movie that would be the best but if not, then at least a faithful replica would suffice. The only other added thing would be that I would have to have a Hoverboard replica as well laying in the seat next to me at all times. However, since I have not been fortunate enough to gamble my way to extreme riches or have yet to make them on my own…my dream is completely out of my reach…at the moment. I’ll have to be satisfied by merely being within a foot of it. Look…but do not touch!
I’ve been to Universal Studios several times, both in California and Florida, and whenever there I made sure to visit my holy ground…the site of the “Back To The Future” DeLorean. The photos below were taken during one such occasion back in Summer of 1990.
Boy you can not fathom the restraint it took not to break that barrier, crack open a gulf wing, and zip off into the future for a little joyride. I am so proud of my will power that I demonstrated there that day and on any other day I’ve been there.
Well…I guess this is the closest I’ll ever get, but at least I got this close…right!