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but I wanted to one that came with kids!
I will never ever need strollers again... I'm too old:-)
Nothing that comes in twos is ever really free.
That's how they getcha... The one on the left was free, but who even knows what they charged for the other one.
They've escaped! They're free at last! Probably hiding up that tree.
PA took 'em. She always gets there first.
You're right. She'll make them into the most eclectic and beautiful planters you've ever seen.
When the twins got back from their first year in college...mom and dad decided it was finally time to let go of some of their baby things...
I loved my double buggy. Got thrown out of a German supermarket for daring to come in with one.
Oops. Too late.
Ha! Beam me up, Scotty.All day long I've been thinking about the planter PA would make. I can't tell if the handles are curved at the back, but if I could hook this on my fence I could grow something in it.
Two's enough. We're done!PA makes us think more creatively about things, doesn't she? "Things" as in objects.
If only I knew where it is--and if it is still there--I could take both my grandsons walking at the same time! (Or send them off with Mom/Auntie & Dad/Uncle so I could get some peace and quiet.)
Guess somebody took the kids but left the complimentary strollers!
I hope someone who needs it picks it up. Imagine having two little kids if you can't afford a stroller.
Nice stroller, esp for two young ones, either same age or close to the same age.We saw a woman the other day, pushing one of these. Except, like this one, there were no passengers or other cargo. I pulled over and asked her "Uhm, Ma'am, I think you've forgotten something in your carriage!" and drove off. She stood there looking at me like I had 3 heads. (Sounds more like a John thing, I think we'd get on well!).
Sorry to disappoint but I would have passed. Vic on the other hand, would have pulled out his Swiss army knife and dislodged the wheels - then the scrap guys would have come in for the metal. Aluminum is pricey
Maybe I'll try out the planter idea. I can't lose.
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