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A Cozy Cottage
A Cozy Cottage
By Ruth G. Smith
The cramped quarters were secondary to the family time.
A Walk to Grandma's House
A Walk to Grandma's House
By Peggy Zortman
Getting there was as good as being there.
Always the Favorite
Always the Favorite
By Ron Osso
The feeling was mutual.
An Unencumbered Summer
An Unencumbered Summer
By Tom Dury
He never questioned why they had so much free time that year.
Crafty Crankers Club
Crafty Crankers Club
By Kathy Padgett
The resulting ice cream was served with a side of storytelling.
Dodging the Drought
Dodging the Drought
By D.E. Brigham
The proposed solution made no sense to him.
Escape From the Briar Patch
Escape From the Briar Patch
By Dennis L. Peterson
He had to get creative if he was going to get out of there.
From New York to California
From New York to California
By Lawrence Kleinman
The Beach Boys made him do it.
Gone Fishin'
Gone Fishin'
By Sara Etgen-Baker
The catch wasn't the only thing that made the day memorable.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Blueberry Thrill
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Blueberry Thrill
By Georgia Kohart
Summer's sweetheart, this berry brings the boldness!
Good Old Days on Wheels -- The Great Bike Wreck
Good Old Days on Wheels -- The Great Bike Wreck
By Everett Garrison
A tenacious dog and a dark night was a disastrous combination.
Grasshoppers and a Bullhead
Grasshoppers and a Bullhead
By Dale Castle
Adventure awaited at the end of the round.
Haying Season
Haying Season
By Lewis A. Kocher
It had its dangers and its fun!
In the Family
In the Family
By Thenie Posch as told to Sarah Ashley Posch
Someone was always singing or playing.
In the Mood
In the Mood
By Wayne F. Peate
The song -- and what happened at the end of it -- became part of their family lore.
Looking Hollywood Way -- Is It Easy to Dance To?
Looking Hollywood Way -- Is It Easy to Dance To?
By Michael O'Donnell
The Bop, the Twist and the Hand Jive came alive on Bandstand.
My Brother's Keeper?
My Brother's Keeper?
By Mark Milinovich
He saw the destruction and made a hasty retreat.
Oh, Those Rides!
Oh, Those Rides!
By Frances Smith
She liked the stomach-churning teeth-rattlers best!
Opie, Andy and Aunt Mae
Opie, Andy and Aunt Mae
By Michael Murphy
They made it look so easy!
Playing the Player Piano
Playing the Player Piano
By Julia Nunnally Duncan
Despite its age, it never lost its charm.
Popper Helps Out Chester
Popper Helps Out Chester
By Jeanne Todd
Someone had to let him know about the bad guys!
Summer Friend
Summer Friend
By Donald Pezzetti
They made the most of their season together.
The "A" Side and the "B" Side
The "A" Side and the "B" Side
By David Ware
The very last song caught them off guard.
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
By Suzanne Lowe Weerets
She gave him up -- but got him back.
The Trip to Blue River
The Trip to Blue River
By Charles Milam
The drive there hinted at the summer fun ahead.
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
By Charles Norman III
The new sound made his troubles seem so far away.
You Can't Waste a Dead Snake
You Can't Waste a Dead Snake
By Glenn Thaxton
Maybe the results would be different the second time.
Vaya Con Dios
By Terri Elders
Every goodbye a heartbreaker, every hello a heart-warmer.
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