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1. Remember the Milkman?
Remember the Milkman?
Do you remember the Milkman? I do, he was my father. That is what he did for a living. You might recall yours. Think back--what was his name? What color was his truck? Did you have a milk box on your front step? (Toy milktruck photo by Ken Casey)
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 17:11:11
2. Planting a Strawberry Garden
Planting a Strawberry Garden
Strawberries are among the most tasty and low-maintenance gardens one can plant in small, sunny space. Why not plant one this Spring or Summer? This 3-tiered southern New Jersey took about three-hours to make, and about an hour to plant. (Photo by Ken Casey) As a consummate and advanced gardene...
Hobbies, Games & Toys - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 17:13:41
3. U. S. President Collectibles
U. S. President Collectibles
After each of the 44 people who have become President of the United States, crafters, mints, and marketers have created commemorative items to fill store shelves. Over 200 years of collectibles have been produced. Many have sold successfully. The rarest may be George Washington campaign souvenir ...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 12:53:38
4. Belemnites americana, A Cephalopod of Note
Squidoo readers might appreciate some 'family history' about the noble squid's ancestor: Belemnites americana! Read more about them in "Belemnites are Coming!" "Belemnite model next to Cretaceous fossil" (Photo by Ken Casey)
pets-and-animals - Mon, 01 Mar 2010 23:44:08
5. Reheating Hard Pizza
I like to eat pizza the next day. The flavors are better, but a hardened crust is too hard to chew. I like 'creative reheating'. Why not try it? All too often, we dispose of our leftover slices, only because they don't look appetizing the next day. Or, if we are hungry enough, we'll either chew ...
food-and-cooking - Sat, 04 Apr 2009 02:20:58
6. Mimetoliths: Nature's Wondrous Lapidary
Finding stones that already resemble a recognizable object fascinate me. Does Nature have a design, or do we just project our imagination onto these perhaps randomly-carved objects? A philosophical question of the ages, eh? Like the 'Old Man in the Mountain' in New Hamphire. (This rock wall rese...
How-To & Education - Sat, 21 Feb 2009 01:01:11
7. Collecting Hot Wheels Cars
I played with Hot Wheels cars, since I was a kid. Nostalgia and collecting possibilities boost my interest in Mattel's greatest toys. I occassionally sell some of my collection on eBay, and use the funds to buy other Hot Wheels that I do not yet have. (This photo I took for ValueMage Stores at ...
Entertainment - Fri, 20 Feb 2009 15:10:21
8. Philadelphia Phillies Baseball Collectibles
I"ve been a Phillies fan for decades. My friends and I attended a World Series game in 1980! Collecting Phillies items is a no-brainer for me. (This Matchbox truck is so cool!)
sports-and-recreation - Fri, 20 Feb 2009 15:09:19
9. Collecting Diecast NASCAR cars
I like NASCAR! Sport collectibles are a second natural choice.
sports-and-recreation - Fri, 20 Feb 2009 15:08:00
10. Collecting AOL Discs
The artwork on AOL discs is a compelling techie reason to collect these handy discs. Call them 'disks' (like floppy) or 'discs' (like compact), and you've started to discern old versions versus newer ones. From animal prints, to pop-culture icons, this AOL artwork can capture the imagination of ...
computers-and-electronics - Thu, 19 Feb 2009 13:36:53

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