14 thoughts on “wordless wednesday

    1. We used to have one when I was growing up. I liked the idea of the ladder up the side and thought it might be fun to climb. I’m pleased to report I never did. Perhaps it’s BECAUSE I never did that I’m here to report it… (:

    1. Ha! Exactly. I can see kids of the future stumbling upon this and assuming it’s some very high tech thing. Beam me up!

    1. After this one caught my eye I began looking for others and… none. Of course it’s become a thing now. Always looking at rooftops!

  1. Reminds me of the excitement in the 1950s: “We’ve got a TV.” I was five in 1953 when I ran to my friend Betty’s house, yelling the phrase at the top of my lungs. The Lone Ranger and Tonto, right in my living room.

    1. Oh wow. What a great memory! I don’t recall The Big Day but am guessing we got one early 60’s; first thing I remember watching is Romper Room so must have been quite young. (And I see Betty-Jo and Henry and Sally… rarely did she see ‘Carin’ or even Karen. But it’s okay. I’m over it. The scars have almost healed.) (Almost.) [sniff]

    1. I’ve seen the person who lives there, an elderly man, maybe on his own. So it could be he’s not bothered with the need for a lot of channels. Happy with re-runs of Bonanza. (if only… is that even still on anywhere?) Something charming about the simplicity of it though, don’t you think?

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