Christmas Cards appeared in the United States of America in the late 1840s, but were very expensive and most people couldn't afford them. It 1875, Louis Prang, a printer who was originally from Germany, but who had also worked on early cards in the UK, started mass producing cards so more people could afford to buy them. Mr Prang's first cards featured flowers, plants, and children. In 1915, John C. Continued when you click "Read More" below the ad.
A life of adventure on the open road… Are you ready? I’ve got an exciting event to share with you. Are you grinding away at a desk Monday to Friday, counting the minutes until you can escape suburbia life for a weekend of adventure?? Are you just DONE with the traffic on your commute? Would you trade the traffic in for the OPEN ROAD?? These experts in life on the road are living the dream
Hi Paul and Caroline, In your September-October magazine there was an article about tires with a little side note reminding everyone to "tighten your lug nuts!" In June we were on our way to Arroyo Grande in our 1957 Arrowhead. About a mile from our destination, we heard what could only be described as a noise that screams "something is dreadfully wrong!" Upon inspection, this is how we found our rim. We live in Brea, so who knows how long we'd been towing our trailer with at lease one lose lug nut, which turned into two missing lugs with the other three ready to go. We were lucky. I get chills even thinking about the desaster that could have been. The moral of this story is; Don't let this happen to you, ALWAYS CHECK YOUR LUG NUTS!! Whew! Jeff and Nanci Hill