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I remember all of these toys! We were having this conversation at work last week. As a girl growing up in the 70's I had Barbies, but I also had Star Wars figures and the Six Million Dollar man. I also had a Green Machine. It was awesome. Some of the electronic toys I had was a Merlin and a Simon. It's fun to remember those toys :)


Cool blog, have you considered a post about the rocking dolls of the 80s: Jem :)


Those were awesome!

My husband and I leave on September 30th to backpack to various countries around the world for a year or so.

As we have been planning for our adventure we have been updating a blog. www.nomadbackpackers.com

Let me know if you want us to hunt down any hard to find or unique toys from a certain country or region of the world we visit.


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