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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

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Hubby and Daughter ...



This is The National Christmas Center in Lancaster,Pa. It was a great place. If you live close enough you should visit it. It's open year round.

Oh so many things...

The Register

Frank himself!

Hubby remembering Childhood



33 comments:

  1. Stunning... It's still amazing that not so long ago things were that cheap... even though back then they weren't consistered that cheap... Looks like a great place to visit....

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  2. That looks like an amazing place to explore, the register alone is amazing. I'd love to get in there with a camera...

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  3. I'm wondering if this has any connectin to the Woolworths in Australia....I always thought they were English, but I really don't know.

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  4. I absolutely love places like this!

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  5. That is Christmas!!!!! Wow, I love it there!

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  6. Great festive mood here. Lovely shots.

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  7. How fun does that look?!

    Have a great day!
    http://iamharriet.blogspot.com/2009/12/who-keeps-sending-me-this-stuff.html

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  8. I love Lancaster, PA! The Christmas Center looks fun. I will have to visit.

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  9. Oh that looks like a lot of fun to visit.

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  10. Love it ~ Brings back great memories of the little "% & Dime" store on the square of our little town in Nebraska where I grew up!!! So much fun shopping there - and at Christmas - I still remember shopping for my family with my little coin purse filled with my "stash" of coins!!

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  11. What a neat place! Can you buy vintage things there? I'm sure they don't cost five or ten cents anymore!

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  12. That is really cool. I wish I had known about it when I visited PA, I would have went to see it. There are so many things, great WW pic!

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  13. Neat. I think I've been to a Woolworths when I was a kid.

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  14. What a neat place to visit. Makes you want to go back in time. Well, I guess you sort of do. :)

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  15. How cool! I remember loving the Woolworth stores when I was a kid. There was so much fun stuff.

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  16. Beautiful! I hope I can get to visit that place soon.

    There's another giant Christmas store in Frankenmuth, MI, which we visited last July... Yes, sure, it's open all year round, but it's just not the same. You HAVE to go during the Christmas season...

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  17. That looks like a lot of fun.... yummy too.

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  18. Oh what I wouldn't give to fill our stockings up with 5 and 10 cent goodies today!

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  19. Wow. I"d love to visit and experience this place.

    It's hard to believe things were so cheap...well at the time they really weren't but you know.

    Happy holidays to you.

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  20. Wow, those are great! I remember Woolworth's downtown in Colorado Springs. What a fun walk down memory lane.

    My photo today actually is soap. It's Fels Naptha being grated to make a batch of laundry soap. :D

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  21. Looks like a very fun place to visit.

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  22. Looks like a great place to be!

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  23. Not to show my age but.I remember a Woolworths five and dime in htfd Ct. when I was growing up.

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  24. What a cool place. I love the pictures. Hey, I remember a neighborhood 5 & 10 from way back when!

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  25. Looks like such a fun place to visit! I love Christmas stores too!

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  26. I thought it was a real store until the teller didn't appear quite alive? Is it a replica where nothing is actually for sale? It reminds me of shops in SF China town with the rows of novelty items.

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  27. That does look like a fun place to visit. I always love to learn about the good old days.

    Happy belated Ruby Tuesday!

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