When i taught school, the children always would forget the lunches in the classroom. To solve that problem, one of my classroom dads redid his son’s wooden Radio Flyer wagon and donated it to the classroom. So for 18+ years that wonderful red wagon became our place to put students’ lunches when they entered the classroom in the morning. Then the “wagon master” would take it to the lunch room so all would have their food.
I still have the wagon. It has gone through being played with by grandchildren, hauling garden items and groceries, pulling balls and play equipment around, etc. It has been refurbished another couple of times and is still going strong!
LOVE THAT WAGON!
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My husband's collection of Radio Flyers. It began just a few years after we were married about 30 years ago. He was always stating that he loved the flyers. My daughter bought him a full blown red wagon with the wooden sides. We still have it. Later, I purchased two minature wagons, a scooter, and a wheelbarrow. from Walgreens. We still have them today. This is how much your Radio Flyers mean to a 75 year old man.