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As long as you were born here, lol!paulhubbard wrote:Does that make me a native?
Denny...were the dinosaurs really as big as in the picture books?Tortoise Hiker wrote:Happy Birthday Arizona!
I've been enjoying this great state for most of my 50years!
Where does one find this "Wet Snout"? I always love a good milk stout I mean as long as we're celebrating milestones :whistle:Tough_Boots wrote:@chumley
Can I have the Wet Snout... and one of those cupcakes?
You're a youngster. I almost remember before I-17 went in. And the long gone A-1 Beer. But it was a dry heat. And we would chase the fish on the Salt River near Tempe to catch them before the monsoon rains came. They were so used to our dry rivers that they would drown when the water came.Moovyoaz wrote:I was born in Phoenix 57 years ago at Good Sam Hospital. About 20 years ago I bought an Arizona 50th Anniversary 'Days & Ways' book published by the Az Republic. It's interesting to see all the companies that are long gone (O'Mally's, Yellow Front) and other memories of Arizona and Phoenix. There's even a picture of my father milking cows on our dairy west of Tolleson to remind me why I moved to Phoenix!
As for what it was like in the 'Good Ol' Days'.. well, it was hot!
Nimbus brought A-1 back. It's not the same, but apparently it wasn't really ever the same, having been much different in the 70s than it was in the 40s.Al_HikesAZ wrote:And the long gone A-1 Beer.