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Donald Dale Milne
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On my website, Roadtrip-’62, it's always 1962! Stop in to see what I've found.
On my website, Roadtrip-’62, it's always 1962! Stop in to see what I've found.

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Interesting look at the beginnings of the Beatles' association with producer George Martin in 1962.

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Great collection of news photos, from the days when large cities had multiple newspapers.

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The Belle of Louisville has been a tourist attraction since it was purchased in 1962. By the next year, it was fixed up and in use again on the Ohio River. I enjoyed an evening cruise and dancing onboard in the mid-1970s, and it's still cruising today. This year, the Belle celebrates the 100th anniversary of the boat's launch, initially named the Idlewild.

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Thanks again for another great tip.  I used BrokenLinkCheck.com and found over four dozen bad links from my site.  Cleaned them all up and now I'm back to offering useful information to my readers.  I'll be checking periodically now.

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Gregory -
Just wanted to give you the bad news that the Captain Ernie website is no longer on the web.  However, the entire site is available at the Wayback Machine.  Check out https://web.archive.org/web/20120920002004/http://www.captainerniesshowboat.com/ for the Best QC website!

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Carlson couldn't have found better inspiration.  The fact that the Stuttgart Tower provided for an observation deck and restaurant to recoup the construction costs for a television broadcast tower that needed to be built anyway was brilliant.

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The Architecture and Design Museum of Los Angeles has an exhibit of California bowling #architecture of 1954-1964, through May 11.

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Donald Dale Milne commented on a post on Blogger.
So glad to see you back...and with great ideas as usual!  I knew Facebook had done something drastic and now I know why $.

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There weren't as many #Muppet characters in 1962, but Rowlf and Kermit were there and were just as funny as ever. Here’s Jim Henson (right) and Frank Oz posing with Rowlf.
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