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Lincoln Logs ~ remember playing with these.
lincoln logs 1950s
I'm pretty sure this is the set my sister and I had growing up. Fun days!!
The kids would love some Lincoln logs!!
Lincoln logs - I was technically challenged with these. I never could make the pretty houses that were on the can.
Lincoln Logs - I mean what would a cabin be without a display of the toy that had me building cabins in the first place!
Lincoln Logs A Blast from my past, handed down to my kids and will surely be introduced to my Grandkids. I still love them; my Daddy gave me a new set for Christmas the first year I was married.
Lincoln Logs...you could make a simple see-saw catapult and lauch one of the little logs like a missle!
I would build a house, then immediately take it apart and put up the logs so I wouldn't lose any. My children would not know what to think of this.
Lincoln Logs- I bult houses like these, corrals for my Bryer horses, and so many other things with my Lincoln Logs. Good times...
The Fisher Price Pusher-Popper thing
lincoln-family by roberthuffstutter, via Flickr
The Original Lincoln Logs - Set 2C I grew up playing with my dad's Lincoln Logs. They stored in a metal and cardboard canister.
Remember the library "check out" card? If you've even been IN a library lately - it's all scanned. But - really - doesn't everyone do this via Kindle now?
This is the only kind of pony tail holder my mom could use in our hair. We had tons of different colors and then she tied a yarn ribbon around each tail! Our yarn came from Pinkie's Ben Franklin in Ranchmart!
Vintage 8-Piece Wood and Cork Coaster Set