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One of my fun memories with my grandma is going here and eating with her in the car!

1960s NABISCO Chicken In A Biskit Crackers Box Graphic Vintage Illustration Advertisement by Christian Montone, via Flickr

Rolling down the hill - best fun ever This is so true and we never got hurt or broke out necks, but I bet most kids today have never enjoyed this simple pleasure. Too bad as adults we can't just go out on break at work and roll down the nearest grassy hill!!! :-)you have to yell AS YOU WISH

Barrel of Monkeys is a toy game first created by Lakeside Toys in 1965. Dump monkeys onto table. Pick up one monkey by an arm. Hook other arm through a second monkey's arm. Continue making a chain. Your turn is over when a monkey is dropped.

ym magazine--not allowed at my house. My friends and I would read it in the school library before class every morning.

raspberries and blackberries. My grandparents use to come pick us up and they'd always have these with them. I love them.

We used to stop at a for a treat - and I'd get a coke float every time, since I didn't like root beer. So tasty...

I don't remember playing the game but they made great pets for my Barbies.

Saf-T-Pops - Mom's everywhere loved these, your child couldn't choke on them.

Hires Root Beer Ad, 1960's. Please visit my Facebook page at:

Buffy and Jody from Family Affair. I got my nickname from this show and had a Mrs. Beasely doll.

Oh my wobbly chime ball! How I still long to bash you open and see what makes that delightful sound!