More recycled stuff


  • StormyKnight
    StormyKnight Posts: 2,722 Ambassador

    I have seen the Vasquez Rocks used in dozens of western shows/movies from the 50s and 60s too. Although, I must admit, I did spot them in the Star Trek reboot. Pretty clever to use them as an entire landscape for Vulcan.

  • SteveKarstensen
    SteveKarstensen Posts: 335 Just Starting Out*

    Fun fact: Vasquez Rock Park is only about an hour's drive from San Dimas.  EXCELLENT! air guitar

    I took a drive out there last time I was in LA, but the park was closed for some reason.  I still managed to get a picture of the peak itself from the roadside.

  • Triem23
    Triem23 Posts: 20,602 Ambassador
    edited November 2015

    Vasquez Rocks is closed right now. The road is out after a landslide last week. 

    San Dimas? I shoot for your City Station. Time Warner channel 3.

  • SteveKarstensen
    SteveKarstensen Posts: 335 Just Starting Out*

    Nah, this was a couple of years ago.  And I live in San Jose; I just took a trip to San Dimas to see if it was anything like it was in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. (It's not.  They filmed it in Arizona.)