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We lived in a suburb of Milwaukee back in the 1960's. No sidewalks and not the smoothest streets to walk on. My sisters and I would often play with other children who lived down the street and one time I remember, my youngest sister fell and hurt herself while playing. I went home as quickly as I could and brought back our Radio Flyer wagon, rolled it from our house to where my sister was sitting on the grass in pain and gently loaded her into it. While not the smoothest ride, our prized wagon was the perfect "vehicle" to transport her back down the street to our house where she could get comfort and care.
"When we were kids back in the early 90's, we never had toys. But we loved going over my uncle's house in Espanola, New Mexico because he had a big piece of land for my brother, sister, my cousins and I to run around on and make adventures. He also had this awesome metal and wooden Radio Flyer wagon that we loved to load up with stuff to take with us. Some days it would be lunch, drinks and snacks, and some days it would be stuff to build with or old blankets to make forts. I'll never forget that awesome wagon; we used it for everything. Now that I have children of my own, I hope to be able to afford a new sturdy Radio Flyer wagon for them to make some awesome memories with. The brand is great and the products last for years. "