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It’s been a busy week. Time for some catch-up. Thanks for joining me!
I’m doing a poor job keeping up. This update is on-location, as we’re away for the weekend and I brought packages along to open. Without further ado...
Playing catch-up...got some cool stuff to cover.
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Welcome back! Today was a long day of helping with Christmas cookies. Finally got around to opening today’s package about 15 before writing this.
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Sorry for the missed day. It happens sometimes in the Advent Calendar. I always catch up though.
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Another year has passed, and it’s time again for Roundbadge’s annual Hot Wheels Advent Calendar! For those who are new to our site, here’s the backstory. For everyone else...let’s see what’s new!
Shame that it’s been dumped on a different frame, but I still think it’s cool because I’m like that. I was so jazzed when I saw it after coming out of the grocery store. It was parked directly in front of my Taco, like this meeting was meant to be.
Coming to the mountaintop, looking for wisdom. Is this a bad idea? It doesn’t feel like a bad idea. Price may be a little high...but not horribly so.
I found it a little surprising that, of all the 50th Anniversary Favorites, this is the one that was left behind. It was the only one in the store today.
...and found this. Actually, my FIL found it. He asked, “Hey, can you tell me what this car is?” It’s in a collapsing garage not far from their house. I kind of want to contact the owners of the house and make an offer.
We started planning this trip to Las Vegas in late 2017, but we settled on the date in January. Wondering what else might be going on that week, I discovered that the 50th Mint 400 would be run this weekend. Giddily, I informed the love of my life, whose birthday the trip would be celebrating, that we had an…
One of my coworkers saw my Hot Wheels work collection, and brought these in for me. She found them among things that had belonged to her father before he passed (a couple of years ago). These were made by a glass company in southern Ohio some years ago called Boyd Glass.