Daktari was a children drama television series produced by CBS that premiered in January of 1966. Daktari was an American children drama series about Dr. Marsh Tracy (played by Marshall Thompson) and his family and friends working as veterinarians at Wameru Study Center for Animal Behaviour located in East Africa. The series itself was a spin-off on a movie Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion that was released in 1965.
Clarence the crossed eyed lion...Daktari
Arm loads of books and that long walk home from school before book back-packs came in.
Another piece of my childhood gone RIP
The Andy Griffith Show
good old time!!
Turquoise Jewelry - Turquoise Jewelry from the American Southwest
L'Eggs Display -1970's & 80's. If these were still around today, could you imagine the pins on pinterest re-using these for different craft projects?!
Remembering Drive-In theaters. Loved them!
Typewriter Eraser, had these as I typed on my manual typewriter!!
Vietnam War POW/MIA bracelets, I saw my POW come home!! I still remember his name!
ROMPER ROOM......she never said my name :(
Letting glue dry on your hand, just so you could peel it off!
Remember when bottle caps were lined in cork? And sometimes when you took the cork out, there would be a picture!
Vietnam War POW/MIA bracelets...I got to see on tv my guy step off the plane! I still remember his name!
pin curls.comb damp hair and part into small sections. You’re going to pin each curl with a standard bobby pin, so sections must be small. Wind each curl around your finger smoothly. Pin each curl in place with a bobby pin.Gently tie a silk scarf around your hair before going to bed. In the morning remove pins and gently finger comb your hair. Letting pin curls fall loose from a side part was one of the sexiest 1940’s hairstyles.
I LOVE these roads!!!..but Jenny did not do much!