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vintage aqua metal garden chairs on my mom's concrete patio -- with metal table

Mammaw had these on her table.

RESERVED Vintage Atomic Tupperware Plastic Salt and Pepper Shakers with Stand

Tupperware Salt & Pepper Shakers with Stand - Both my parents and grandparents had this set; my parents ended up taking the shakers off the stand and sticking them in their camper to use.

I had one of these. by daisy

Chinese Checkers in a Tin with Regular Checkers on the other side and marbles and red/black checkers inside. I loved playing Chinese Checkers! Getting the tin open could prove to be an adventure at times.

Tv  antenna

Roof mounted TV antenna, popular in the Yelling up when you could finally see the TV picture. Got a newer model on our roof. Cable TV and satellite is expensive.

'Back-to-School' 1960.

Back-to-school dresses from Yep, I totally dressed like that. We girls were never allowed to wear slacks until I was in high school.no matter how much of a blizzard we had to walk to school in dresses.but we sometimes had big bulky snow pants.

The REAL playland at McDonalds!!

Old school McDonald's Playland! who didnt have birthdays at mcdonalds back then? Playing on the mcdonalds playground was better than the school ones in the

These were awesome in the day.

vintage diaper pins for cloth diapers. I remember running the sharp end through my hair so they'd go through the cloth diaper easier.

Spending hours in my backyard laying out on this chair for that ultimate tan... In the 80's, baby!  ~D~

Green Webbed Lawn Chair ~ Spent a lot of summers laying out in the sun on one of these

Another thing kids today will probably never recognize...:

Another thing kids today will probably never recognize.this is not a symbol from an alien. it's an insert for a 45 rpm record. to make it fit a 75 rpm record player.

Wringer washer 1930 ~ This reminds me of Daddy's saying: Don't get your tit in the wringer! Translation: Stay out of trouble!

I remember using one like this with my Mother in the when we lived in AZ. This machine was in a laundry mat. As a child I helped my Mother with the laundry and we had wringer washers and rinse tubs!