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dbnc2
May 20, 2017
I love this boat
elijah13
May 20, 2017
My grandfather used to call this a "scow". Don't know why??
dbnc2
Jun 6, 2016
A pretty little rowboat
wc1agoyal
May 7, 2016
Such clear water! Wow.
Hunterhawk
Nov 10, 2015
I'd just like to dive in...
fiestyolelady
Nov 10, 2015
This boat is for ponds, not oceans. but it is pretty.
dbnc2
Oct 10, 2015
A mystery
I love boats
pixipixil
Jun 5, 2015
Looking at that water is positively hypnotic. I love the way the sky and the inside of the boat are the same color.
I always seem to think of something negative (sorry), but with great whites coming in close to shore I would want to be in a much bigger boat.
Wishing you a day of tranquil seas.
trynfindit
Jun 5, 2015
Aw, pixi, you're not negative. Negative would be floating in that lovely little rowboat with the theme from Jaws playing.
aussiesapphire
Jun 5, 2015
I don't think they have ever been known to eat a boat pixi, so you would be safe :) Hugs.
pixipixil
Jun 5, 2015
I couldn't watch that whole movie. When it got to the part where they were sitting in the hull playing cards the tension got to me and I had to leave.
seaview
Jun 6, 2015
Me neither pixie. I think I watched it once, or parts of one time, and that was enough for me. I cant watch shows like that. My kids loved it and I hated it. I only watch tv by movies I pick out and I like it that way, on dvds and videos. Only way to get tv here is by satellite and I don't want it, too much to do anyway. I have mostly old stuff and series like The Waltons, Little house on the prairie, Leave it to beaver, Dennis the menace, Andy Griffith show, I love Lucy, Daniel Boone, Grizzly Adams, The Guns of Will Sonnett, but I do like the old original Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits, old Westerns and movies, even the old Shirley Temple movies. Those old movies & series don't make me terrified to close my eyes. My kids say you know Mom came over on the Oregon trail cause I like pioneer stuff too & the older Disney movies. I have to watch a calm feel good type before I go to bed or I wont sleep & nothing scary. Documentary, travel places & wildlife is fine too.
pixipixil
Jun 6, 2015
I think we'd make good TV buddies. I love the Waltons. Have you ever seen the movie Friendly Persuasion? It's one of our favs. I think you would love it, too.
I used to like Wagon Train a lot, and Twilight Zone. And then along came Star Trek. I bought my brother a TV and we'd go in his room to watch it. I loved the Sonja Henny movies and Fred and Ginger and Esther Williams.
seaview
Jun 7, 2015
Pixie I haven't heard of the movie Persuasion but I will look it up on internet and see if I can find it. I haven't heard of Sonja Henny movies either. Is that a series? I didn't mention I have 1st season of Wagon train & got it when price dropped. Been wanting to get 2nd season but 40 some dollars I think is too much so keep waiting. Wish I would of got the rest of Daniel Boone when cheap cause I have been waiting for 3rd season to drop a long time and its at 100 some dollars all the time, no thanks.
When Will Geer died did you miss him playing the Grandpa on Waltons? I just loved him playing Grandpa, he was my favorite character on the Waltons.
Another series I do like is Murder she wrote. Its not gory like a lot of newer stuff but I really do like it and I love listening to Angela Lansbury talking on it.
Ever see Disneys snowball express? Parts of that have me laughing so hard every time I watch it.
What about Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in The long long trailer? Lol. Or James Stewart & Maureen O'Hara in Mr. Hobbs takes a vacation?
My Dad loved a series years ago so I had to find it & now I know why he loved it & I have the 1st season of Car 54 where are you, hahaha funny show.
As you can see I really like the old ones & a lot of those old shows make you feel good & can really make you laugh.
pixipixil
Jun 7, 2015
I agree. They were at a time when TV producers were required to have a conscince. I remember seeing Long Long Trailer when I was in 1st grade but I had to beg my folks to take me and they didn't care for it. I love the song Beyond the Blue Horizon which was its theme.
I didn't have a favorite on the Waltons. I just loved the rural lifestyle and the big family.
I'm waiting for The Secret Life of Walter Middy to come down. That was such a beautiful, sweet movie. Ben Stiller did a wonderful job both directing and acting in it but the critics didn't like it.
I love Jimmy Stewart and Maureen O'Hara but I don't remember ever seeing Mr. Hobbs. I loved most comedies but I guess we watched different ones. We watched Red Skelton and I liked Ernie Kovaks and Jimmy Durante. My mom's fav was Jack Benny but mine was George Burns and Gracie Allen. They gave me belly laughs. When I got married my husband and I loved I Dream of Jeannie. I love the one where she is trying to help Nelson pass his eye test and gives him x-ray vision by mistake.
Sonja Henny made several movies. The one title I remember is It Happened in Sun Valley. She was an Olympic ice skating champ and started doing movies. So was Esther Williams but she won for swimming. She starred in Million Dollar Mermaid. That has a scary ending so you might not like that one.
Did you watch the serials at all? I loved Flash Gordon. Tim Tyler was good too with all the jungle scenes and then there was Bulldog Drummond and the Dragon Lady.
Loved the variety shows, too. Carol Burnett; Sonny & Cher and the Arthur Godfrey Talent show. You didn't have to spend most of the talent show listening to nonsense from a bunch of phony judges. They just had an applause meter for each one and that settled the winner.
aussiesapphire
Jun 7, 2015
And the best comedians of all Red Skelton and Danny Kaye, funny and clean a rare combination. Hugs.
pixipixil
Jun 8, 2015
I forgot about Danny Kaye. Is everything tickety vou with you tomight? Hope so. Did he have a TV show? I can't remember.
aussiesapphire
Jun 8, 2015
Not sure but I think so. He made many movies. Hugs.
pixipixil
Jun 9, 2015
I remembere Hans Christian Anderson. I think that's where he sang everything is tickety-vou.
tomandray
Jun 9, 2015
I remember Flash Gordon! That was one of my favorite childhood shows. That space ship was hilarious. :)) Nothing like Star Trek at all. Also loved watching Rin Tin Tin, story about a dog, I believe he was a German Shepard. Does anyone remember that one? And of course never missed Lassie, beautiful dog. :)
pixipixil
Jun 10, 2015
Watched both shows. Yo Rinny. Watched Fury about a black stallion but didn't care for My Friend Flicka for some reason.
Regarding Flash Gordon--I lived next door to twins who were somewhat older (therefore a good deal bigger) than I. We used to play Flash Gordon all the time. I always got to be Dale Arden because I was small enough to carry around by one of the twins playing Flash when I fainted. Basically Dale either screamed or fainted or ran hand in hand with Flash. Remember Princess Aurora and the Emperor Ming?
seaview
Jun 10, 2015
I have seen Rin Tin Tin on dvds and if I ever saw it was too young to remember but thought about getting the dvd to see what it was like. I do remember watching lassie though and always loved it when I was a kid.
Flash Gorden was one I was interested in a dvd since I don't remember that but have heard the name. I still say the good old shows are the best.
Does anyone remember when the series Batman came out? Every girl on the block had a crush on Robin.
My Dad loved Car 54 where are you so I got the 1st season to see what it was like and I love that show, very funny.
tomandray
Jun 10, 2015
Hi Seaview and Pixipxil, I used to watch Car 54 with my Dad, he loved that show. Of course watched any animal show...My Friend Flicka, Mr. Ed, Lassie, Rin Tin Tin never missed them. Did sit with my Dad to watch his favorite show like 12 O'clock High, Mission Impossible, Gun Smoke, Maverick, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, The Rifle Man, Wagon Train and Batt Masterson (sp? )...mostly old black and white shows when they started.
Pixi...I do remember Princess Aurora and Emperor Ming. :)
pixipixil
Jun 11, 2015
I watched all the Westerns. My mom liked Gunsmoke but my Dad liked Paladin. I liked them all, but Wagon Train was my favorite. Me and my Dad would watch Captain Video and his Video Rangers. We also liked Medic which had cuts of actual operations. Do you remember Lloyd Bridges in that show where he did underwater work. Do you remember the name of that one?
But I also loved Adventures in Paradise. It not only had interesting story lines but wonderful music and scenery. Gardner McKay wasn't bad to look at either.
aussiesapphire
Jun 11, 2015
Oh my, thought I was the only one enamoured with Gardner McKay lol. I watched it as often as I was allowed lol. Hugs pixi.
seaview
Jun 11, 2015
Hi tomandray, I forgot about Mr. Ed, used to always watch that one. Seems I vaguely remember my Dad watching Mission impossible, but I do remember Gunsmoke. I have the 1st and 2nd season of that and will get more seasons as I don't have tv out here so only watch what I choose on dvd or video. I watched Voyage to the bottom of the sea and The Rifleman too, and I know my Dad watched Wagon train and I wish the 2nd season would drop on the price of it, too high right now.
The Big Valley is another one I like. Never heard of The Guns of Will Sonnett but took a chance and got it and like it too and Walter Brennan is in it, always liked him. Cant forget Bonanza either or Grizzly Adams. Or Daniel Boone with Fess Parker and remember that catchy song( Daniel Boone was a man, was a big man) & on & on. How about My Favorite Martian. Does anyone remember The Time Tunnel? Or The Invaders? Or Sea Hunt? Don't remember Sea Hunt but got it on dvd and its a good one and there is 4 seasons. Liked Here comes the brides too. That one made me think of the movie Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Another oldie is Drums along the Mohawk, and Many rivers to cross has some pretty funny scenes in it. My Mom told me about Tobacco road so I had to check it out and I really like that one. Those old movies and series are so much better shows then whats on tv nowadays! Now I need to shut up and go to bed, ha ha!
pixipixil
Jun 11, 2015
Yep. Gardner McKay, Robert Horton from Wagon Train and Roy Thinnes from The Long Hot Summer.
My mother was quick to point out that Thinnes was not a nice person. She loved Bing Crosby because he was a good Catholic and Denis day for the same reason. I never hooked my liking for a performer to their religious preferences like she did.
seaview
Jun 11, 2015
Pixie the show with Lloyd Bridges in underwater work is called Sea Hunt. It got such good reviews that I had to get the 1st season and see it and I can see why it got such good reviews. I have the 1st season and I am going to get the rest. There are 4 seasons and they are very reasonably priced but I got them on internet as nobody carries them in local stores around here.
aknan
Jun 11, 2015
Has this string of comments brought back some good memories! pixi, the Lloyd Bridges show was Seahunt - I still love the underwater shots. Sonja Henie was almost as good in her movies as she was on the ice. And aussie, you're right - Gardner McKay was what we'd call "eye candy" now!
dbnc2
Jun 11, 2015
Wish they good good shows now for our young-un to watch
tomandray
Jun 11, 2015
I don't remember seeing Adventures in Paradise, or Gardner McKay....Probably was not in our line-up of shows we watched. I do remember Lloyd Bridges in Sea Hunt! My Dad and I watched it together. Captain Video and his Video Rangers, I have no clue. Never heard of it.
trynfindit
Jun 11, 2015
When I was very young there was a program called Tom Terriffic (and his faithful sidekick Mighty Manfred the Wonder Dog). Anyone remember that one?
tomandray
Jun 12, 2015
No I have no recollection of that program. What was it about? Around what year? Do you remember a cartoon, Clutch Cargo? My brother loved it and we spent time together watching it.
seaview
Jun 12, 2015
Hey pixie you say you played Flash Gordon all the time as a kid, well I played Tarzan, and I had to play the part of Tarzan every time and it made me mad because I was a girl. All the neighbor kids would get me talked into it every time when I said I don't want to be Tarzan and the reason I had to be Tarzan is even though I was the smallest I was the strongest and was the only one that could pack other kids around, so we couldn't play Tarzan unless I was Tarzan but I sure got sick of being him, lol
pixipixil
Jun 12, 2015
I don't remember Clutch Cargo. I do remember Tom Terrific. I think my brother watched it. he's 7 years younger than I.

I'm Tom Terrific the greatest hero ever.
Terrific is the name for me because I'm so clever. I can be what I want to be and if you want to see
(? something? ) and follow me.
Then he changes himself into various things. I guess you could call him the original transformer.
aknan
Jun 12, 2015
Trynfindit, I remember Tom Terrific and Mighty Manfred. I think they were a cartoon on the Captain Kangaroo morning kids' show which we could watch before going to school. If it wasn't on that, it was a Saturday morning cartoon.
trynfindit
Jun 12, 2015
Tomandray, Tom Terrific ran from 1957 through 1959. Don't remember Clutch Cargo.
pixipixil
Jun 12, 2015
I think it was a Saturday show but I could be wrong.
Remember Andy's Gang and Froggy the Gremlin?
tomandray
Jun 13, 2015
Now I remember Tom Terrific, they were 5 min. cartoons from Terrytoons Studio, featured on the Captain Kangaroo kids show. I had to look it up. :)) And yes, it did run from 57-59. I used to watch Captain Kangaroo. Forgot all about Tom Terrific. But when I saw "Crabby Appleton" "Rotten to the Core", that did it! I remembered! Strange what the pops out of the memories of long ago. :))
Clutch Cargo is somewhat strange. It's a sketch type of cartoon. The "actors" are on camera, but only their lips moving are used in the cartoon and of course the voices. As I have said, it's a sketch cartoon going from frame to frame. It's odd, but my brother liked it and we sat together and watched it.
tomandray
Jun 13, 2015
Hi Pixipixil
Froggy the Gremlin, Andy's Gang....now I have to look these up. Can not remember these at all. Maybe my brother remembers watching them.
seaview
Jun 13, 2015
I have never heard of either Andys Gang or Froggy the Gremlin. Are they cartoons?
Never heard of Clutch Cargo or Tom Terrific either.
Have not heard of Adventures in Paradise and don't know who Gardner McKay is but I would like to find out. Anyone know a movie he was in in case I come up with no results on Adventures in Paradise?
Haven't heard of Captain video and his video rangers. Some of these sound like they might be cartoons but not sure.
I have a lot of movies and things I can look up to see what I can find with all the comments on here now.
Another one we always watched as kids is the movies they had on every Sunday night that Disney put out, never missed it. They are putting some of those older Disney movies out from the Sunday night movies on dvd and really liked those, so have added a few to my collection.
pixipixil
Jun 13, 2015
Go on youtube. I know that at least has the theme song to Adventures I P which I downloaded. Always loved that one.
Andy's Gang was on Saturday mornings--I think channel 4 (NBC) and it was a sort of hosting of kids movies. They showed a lot of Sabu stuff.
It was hosted by Ovaltine and Buster Brown Shoes. Near the end of the show Andy would talk a bit then a shot of a clock (where Froggy lived I guess) came on and Andy would say "Plunk your magic twanger, Froggy" and the frog type puppet would pop out of the clock and say "Hiya, kids. Hiya, hiya."
Captain Video was on channel 5 and was a sci-fi show with actors. The one shhow I remember is when aliens who were super strong and smart take over his ship and all seems doomed then suddenly the aliens just start dying one after another. They caught a cold from the crew and had no immunity.
pixipixil
Jun 13, 2015
Capt V theme song was Ride of the Valkyries.
tomandray
Jun 15, 2015
Hi Pixipixil, Now I remember why some of these shows I don't remember. It's because they were on NBC. We lived in CT growing up, down in CT valley. We had an old b/w blond tv with rabbit ears. There was a "mountain" in the way of the NBC affiliate. Much of the time we could not get the signal. Winter, snow, Summer, rain...we would loose the signal. No wonder some of these shows I can't remember. :)))
pixipixil
Jun 15, 2015
CT is a pretty state. I remember all the mountain laurels.
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