Would love to see London, too...I'm thinking a European vacation is in order. :)
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Details zu Y1610/ Kleines Mädchen mit Dreirad und Hund Geburtstag AK ca.1955
Vintage Bumbling Boxing Tomy Wind Up Action Toy Boxers 1970's Travel Game
Convenient travel water bowl for pets. To make a handy lightweight bowl, cut off the bottom third of an empty gallon jug. Take another empty gallon jug and fill it with water. The bowl will fit snugly over the bottom of the water jug, which makes it convenient to bring both the water and the bowl on a hunt.
In 1990, Muhammad Ali traveled to Iraq and successfully negotiated with Saddam Hussein the release of 14 U.S. citizens. Ali went to Iraq at the invitation of the Iraqi government and he met with President Saddam Hussein, who reportedly told Ali that he would not allow him to leave empty-handed. Ali said: "I am happy to be involved, to be in a position to help."
Two CF7's and a GP7 bring an empty grain train through SP's Englewood yard on April 17, 1982 For every high-speed train, there were probably 5 that never exceeded 20 mph. This empty grain train passing along the west side of SP’s Englewood Yard is a good illustration of the countless yard jobs, transfers and branch-line trains that accounted for the vast majority of the day-to-day operations on the Santa Fe.
Grossinger's was so huge, it even had its own post office and private landing strip, and it is said that the great boxer Rocky Marciano used to train here. However, by the late 1980s and early 70s, Grossinger's and other neighboring resort hotels could no longer attract younger guests, and it closed its doors for good in 1986.
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