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- Producer15/09/2017Life Before Technology- A Trip Down Memory LaneI have so many wonderful memories of my childhood and not one of my memories or activities included modern day technology. As a boomer, did I just call myself that... yikes, anyhow, everything we participated in was either by means of using our...
Comments19/09/2017 #52 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#50 #51 @Lance 🐝 Scoular you reminded me why being a grandparent is SO grand. If we made a lot of memories with our children while they were growing up, eventually they do want to re-live them in one way or another. The best part, they include us, except we get to be the 'fun' one's and not the 24/7 care givers now.
Your trip sounds like it was wonderful! It makes me want to do a family vacation again with my entire family. We keep talking about it. I have a daughter and son and they both have different memories that they held on to. My son, fishing and hunting with dad. They are doing an Elk hunt at the end of Oct in Colorado, they are like little boys planning their trip.
My daughter with her husband and daughter (our granddaughter) just got back from the Outer banks in NC, she wanted to do a beach trip because I would bring her to Myrtle beach or Florida Coast almost every year.
We all share camping, campfires, bodies of water and simple pleasures- nature as you saw in common. We hope to find a common place on a large Lake next summer and vacation with all the grandkids and our children.
It sounds like your grandkids bring out the 'child within' you too. I love it! We used to look for salamanders when we were camping too. I'm so happy you had a good time.
PS: The video is trippy but sure does bring you back in time, doesn't it? I love memory lane, great place to visit!19/09/2017 #50 Lance 🐝 ScoularJust back from Wombeyan Caves which is Off the Grid, no wifi or telco data. We had a great time with some friends from the "old days" and new friends of our daughters' and their kids.
Walking through the Bush.
Playing in the dry creek beds.
Collecting sticks and logs for the open fire at night.
Walking though the limestone caves and marveling at the amazing formations.
Our Matilda had a great time climbing up the stairs of a cubby house and sliding doen the slippery slide - with my assistance and playing in the dirt and getting nice and grubby.
Not having to worry if the kids are "OK" - apart from the normal cut, scratches and bruises.
I went there as a kid with me Dad and camped in a tent.
Sandie and I went there after we were married and camped in a tent.
Went back with our three girls when they were 4-6 and camped in a tent.
Over the succeeding years hired out some dormitories built for school groups with friends and their kids and bikes to ride the dirt tracks. Groups of about 50.
When the kids got married we stopped going to Wombayan Caves.
Then My daughter Nat (Natalie) wanted to have the same experience for her kids and her friends kids. So about 5 years ago we started to go to Wombeyan again.
What a great weekend was had by all.
Just like our Life Before Technology- It was indeed a Trip Down Memory Lane.17/09/2017 #48 Chas ✌️ Wyatt#35 @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher, "King Hill" was a large hill in our community similar to your "Big Momma" that had a paved road that we would ride our bikes down (if you dared) in the summer and sled down in the winter, if the snowfall was large enough. I have been back there, though, and it still deserves the name "King Hill".17/09/2017 #45 Deborah LevineYes, @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#41 I read all the books a colonial Brit little girl would. The Jesuits used to say - give me a child for the first 7 years and he's our for life. I'll always be a Bermudian at heart, but we moved to Long Island, New York for access to doctors for my younger brother and to be part of a Jewish community. Culture clash was my middle name!16/09/2017 #44 Harvey Lloyd#37 What was mysterious in our day is now corn on the cob for the new folks. Hit the app and the lights shine for a few moments and.......moving on. The hunt on both sides was almost as exciting as the the actual catch (more hunting than catching). My daughters told me about the App and when i asked if the used it they blushed curled up and screamed hell no.
Shows i have no understanding of social operations. Well, need to charge the batteries on the bag phone and get new hearing aid batteries:)
Have great weekend. Thanks of the stroll and laughs.16/09/2017 #41 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#33 @Deborah Levine, I bet you never felt you were missing a thing if you didn't grow up with TV or radio in Bermuda. I can't imagine the amount of books you read and OH... the swimming, I bet that was a must there! I forgot about scrabble (and board games in particular). We also played a lot of scrabble and monopoly. Mom would make popcorn on the stove top and we'd have hot chocolate (homemade) with it in the winter. Where did you end up moving after you and your family left Bermuda?16/09/2017 #40 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#32 Hi Joanne, I bet skating on the river was a lot of fun! We used to go to a big pond that was groomed for skating and you felt like you were on a lake. We didn't do it too often because it wasn't that close to us but so much fun. Cooking hotdogs in the fireplace for a birthday sounds extremely memorable! Agree, the laughter and innocence was so uplifting.16/09/2017 #39 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#31 Thank you as well @Jerry Fletcher, I forgot about kick the can and your description of the evening brought me back some more! We actually loved it when our parents hung out on porches together, we had people we could show off our 'skills' to and many conversations as well because the neighbors always loved listening. Not to mention our parents were relaxed and in great moods by that time of the evening.16/09/2017 #37 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#29 Did you guys say, "Hey, lets go riding around?" That was a catch phrase for us when we wanted to cruise, even the girls used to cram in cars hoping to meet up with guys. We had a large parking lot right before the beach on Lake Erie where we hung out with others at night, blasting our music while guys did 360's in their cars showing off ha ha. As for meeting guys/gals, "now there's an app for that," I just literally laughed out loud. An app, sort of takes the fun out of it?16/09/2017 #36 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#26 I'm glad you enjoyed this @Harvey Lloyd! You wrote, " No policeman could bring fear of discipline like our parents." Wow, that's so true, and you are right, it had a lot to do with respect and we knew our parents would follow through on their threats if we disobeyed them. Like you, I didn't always obey the rules and 99.99% of the time I was nabbed then grounded. Nothing worse for a kid to be separated from their friends for a period of time, that was our jail time! I used to love Bewitched and I love Lucy.16/09/2017 #35 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#25 I remember being excited about 8 tracks since one item could pack a ton of music and by then I was working so I was able to buy a few here and there. I still use a land line for my home communications (well, a portable phone). Had a land line in my kitchen until my husband put up new wall paper. I wanted to keep it for those pesky times the electricity may go out. Until I got my new cell phone a few yrs ago, I didn't have good reception in my home with 3G. Remember the mini- cassettes? What is a King Hill?16/09/2017 #34 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#24 Hi @Debesh Choudhury! You are so right, we didn't have a lot growing up and were forced to use our imaginations- I swear that was more fun than playing with toys. We used to rake the leaves and then make leaf homes out of them. We also had a door in our living room (it was a long closet) and we'd pretend it was an elevator that brought us to magical places. Ah, the little things!
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