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When I think about Radio Flyer, I automatically think of my maternal grandparents, whom my three sisters and I called Gammy and Granddaddy. While my parents always had fun things at their own house, when we went to Gammy and Granddaddy's house (which was right next door and basically an extension of our own home), they always had the BEST toys, including a Radio Flyer wagon! We would take it up, down, right, left, and ALL over my grandparents' property! We LOVED it! I think Granddaddy may have even used it after we finished another favorite with them--FISHING in their pond! I think he used that to throw the slimy fish guts into after he cleaned our days' treasures, to get them ready for Gammy to cook up for us girls!
"As many others, I also grew up with a red wagon. It brought many years of fun. So I passed on the fun to my children and now my grandchildren. Well in January 2014, me , my daughter and my youngest grandson took a trip to CT (where my husband was on a job). Long story short, we packed up our jeep inside & on the top with lots of totes . A sight to see. When we stopped at a Tractor Supply, my grandbaby spotted a Radio Flyer covered red wagon. Well, even though there was no place to haul it , we wanted it very bad. In the parking lot we unpacked the top then repacked it with the big box on top too. It rode with us from Connecticut to Mississippi. Radio Flyer wagons make wonderful memories. "