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Awwww .... deprivation. :( I'm glad you finally got one. Around that age I started only using mine to build dioramas.

I didn't really play with it except to set it up. But I was glad I FINALLY got it!
 
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I didn't really play with it except to set it up. But I was glad I FINALLY got it!
Yes I wasn't actually "playing with" mine anymore by then - just setting it up. I'm glad you at least finally got it!
 
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I remember tether ball. Does it still exist?

It's still popular with the kids as far as I know. It's also very inexpensive to purchase and maintain by the schools.
 
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Oen thing I loved doing as a child was to go out at low tide, usually with my Grandpa and sometimes my Dad to gather shellfish. Back then, you just had to dig under the sand a little and you would find heaps and heaps of pipis. So many lovely hours spent at the beach and trudging back to the car with our easily-won food in buckets. I actually don't like shellfish myself, but I loved gathering it. Grandpa would rinse the sand off and then straight into a big pot with them all, though sometimes the adults would eat them raw. These days, there are limits to what you can take as they have become a lot scarcer.
 
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