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WE BOUGHT A RED FLYER FOR OUR SON WHEN HE WAS LITTLE AND PUT PILLARS IN IT AND BABY BLANKETS AND USED IT FOR A BABY BED CAUSE HE WAS SO SPOILED, HE WOULDNT SLEEP IN HIS BED, SO WE WOULD PUSH HIM BACK AND FORTH UNTIL HE WENT TO SLEEP THEN ROLL HIM OVER BESIDE OUR BED, THAT WAY HE DIDNT WAKE UP . WE LOVED IT SO DID HE.
"I grew up on a farm and was accustomed to playing outside with my three brothers. We all love trains, and my childhood industriousness led to a unique experience in which a Radio Flyer wagon played the role of a railroad car. We took an old wooden playhouse and restyled it as a depot. Then I took metal fence posts and nailed them to boards at such a width that they would serve as rails on which the wagon would roll. We had tons of fun riding the wagon down the makeshift track between the depot and the other stop 25 feet down the line. The playhouse and tracks have since been retired, but I still remember vividly the Niola and Garnettville RR and its trusty Radio Flyer locomotive."