Wordless Wednesday ~ Kid Transportation

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Wednesday 22 October, 2014 by Uncle Spike

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13 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday ~ Kid Transportation

  1. Takes me back to my days when we had our own land and I could be seen wheeling my Mum around in the wheelbarrow ( I might add she was in her 60’s by then and not infirm, just fun )

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  2. I remember those days with my boys. Thanks for the reminder 🙂

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  3. fredrieka says:

    kids are trycycle motors

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  4. And then dump them out…hehehehe

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  5. Not quite the East End barrow boy…

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  6. newbloggycat says:

    Haha…very practical (◔◡◔) but Cousin Spike Jnr. doesn’t look happy though ( ˘︹˘ ).

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  7. janegundogan says:

    Definitely the only way to travel when you’re a kid I think.

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  8. janegundogan says:

    Definitely the only way to travel when you’re a kid I think.

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