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Vintage treasure hunting, antique searching, yard sale finds and thrift store adventures.

Ouija Board (we used to have two - eerie!)

My cousin, Cathy and I asked the Ouija board how much money our Uncle Larry had in his pockets, and it got it right down to the cents.

Old school toys make me happy.

Loom Potholder Maker

Old school toys make me happy.I remember learning this craft at a school summer camp.

Nerdlet alert! This was, hands down, my favorite toy growing up.

Speak and Spell: 1979's Best Robotic Teacher

1960s Dick and Jane COLLECTION Basic Readers SET of 9 BOOKS 2nd pre-primer through 3rd grade

1960s Dick and Jane COLLECTION Basic Readers SET of 9 BOOKS 2nd pre-primer through 3rd grade

Down town Saltville around 1960 Courtesy of Dwight Tolbert

The small city of Wells, it has residents, hole-covered roads and a very close community.

King of the Hill Board game. Loved this game! Rivaled Ker Plunk in our house!

Did you ever play that board game when you were a kid? The board was a plastic hill and you played with marbles. I never had the game myse.

Whenever my tummy was upset, this was the preferred medicine.  It was soooooo disgusting!!!!!!!

Whenever my tummy was upset, this was the preferred medicine. It was soooooo disgusting!

Eating Saltines with Peanut Butter or honey. . . Better yet, both.

Eating Saltines with Peanut Butter I still do. but I also remember my Mom making tiny Boloney and cheese sandwiches on saltines too.

coffee and cream

coffee and cream
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