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Wawbeek Quickstop

Wawbeek Quickstop

Everyday she hung laundry outside every sunny day.

Hung the clothes outside to dry in the sun and wind with clothes pins.on the clothes line - We had a clothes dryer, but Mom still hung out the wash.we lived in a nyc apt.my mom hung them on the roof!

Did you ever shop here?  My grandmother and I rode the bus to Woolworth's to buy her sewing notions when I was a little girl.  Had lunch at the soda fountain every time we went.

Woolworth's--Oh, I remember this store with fond memories. After shopping with my Mom, we would have something at the lunch counter and I would twirl on the stool.

I remember burning my legs on them as a kid, but was that going to stop me... Hell No

Metal Slides ~ Fun on a Hot Sunny Day: Ouch! but add wax paper and you flew over that hump!

We had a lot of these Disney Read-Alongs...."when you hear Tinker Bell's chimes, turn the page" :)

We had a lot of these Disney Read-Alongs."when you hear Tinker Bell's chimes, turn the page" :) I played them on my Mickey Mouse record player.

Country Chic: A Beautiful Ojai Home | La Dolce Vita,  Love all of the white roses

A Magical Ojai Oasis: A profusion of white roses and lavender perfumes the landscape around the house.

Hopscotch- finally found my playground sport

I used to play hopscotch every day in elementary school. A chain bracelet was my favorite marker.

The McDonalds of the 50's

McDonalds and the Golden Arch! Back then my dad would say "let's go to the golden arches," not McDonalds! Their food was much better back then!

Milkman. We had a built-in milkbox in the back of our house.

The milk man. I was really little then but in the early I remember that the milk man delivered milk to your door. He put it in the metal box that we kept on the door step that kept it cool.--my dad was a milkman.

Wild Walk by Linearscape  New York. Adirondack Mountains

Wild Walk is a treetop trail that rises above a forest at the Wild Center in Tupper lake New York

Those were the days...!

Remember when this was the biggest problem you encountered all day? Never liked the puddles under the playground swings at school

1969: The Year Everything Changed

1969 the year I graduated high school from Loara High in Anaheim, Ca. One of the best years of my life.

Juke Box

Jukebox If i remember right, it was 5 cents to play a song!