My most memorable and favorite memory is not on the full sized Radio Flyer Wagons but on the miniature ones. I had bought a dozen or so of the miniature Radio Flyer Wagons with and without the wooden sides. For Easter I filled them with candy, eggs and treats and used it for the Easter basket. Everyone really loved the idea. Later I would bake cookies and fill the wagon for parties and picnics. They made a great conversation piece.
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"When I was a child I had a friend that had one of the little red wagons with wooden sides. I remember always asking for one but my family only had enough money for the necessities I didn't mind because my mother would go to yard sales and flea markets and buy toys and clean them up and or repaint them to look new. Then she would hide them all year until my birthday and Christmas and I would have so many toys I would forget about what we couldn't afford. Skip ahead 38 years and I am trying to decide what model to buy my daughters. I think I will buy the one with wooden sides my mother would be proud. There is not a day that goes buy that we don't miss her she was a friend to all and would feed anybody that needed a meal. We already have a name for the wagon it is Deedee her name was Donna and the children called her Deedee. Sorry to ramble on but this is the first chance to tell why a little red wagon is so important to me."
"I remember fondly my cousin Abby, Traci, and I all riding on the tricycle in northern California in the 1980s. All three of us around the ages 4 and 5. There's a super cute picture of us. This memory has always stuck with me. I have two old tricycles all rusty in my garage that my children play with."