"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."
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"My memories of my radio flyer wagon go back to when I was about 8 years old, I got one for my 8th birthday . Me, my younger sister and older brother spent many years pulling each other around. I also remember my mom pulling us in the wagon and her laughing with us, she passed away just a few years later from lupus. They are some of the best memories I had , although much to short. Now I just purchased a radio flyer wagon for my English bulldog who can no longer walk far distances and she will be sharing it with our new baby who was born July 1st when she is a bit older of course."