My Grandparents drove these: I Don’t Not any more Airplanes and Telephones looked like this I guess some things don’t really change all that much… Speaking in general terms, of course My Grandparents lived through two World Wars…
Oh, yes, and all the stuff I buy now comes from:
I took a trip to New Mexico once. It was hot and dusty there, and the dust was red and very fine. I visited the Grand Canyon on the way. It was very deep and beautiful. Lovely in the moonlight. I learned that I like being in California better than being in New Mexico…
Various Possessions and where they came from: I made this walking stick in my shed. Everything but the wood finish and the glue came from China I have an HTC Pure cell phone. That’s the contact info to the right. Says it’s made in Taiwan inside. It is . HTC Headquarters, Taiwan HTC Headquarters 23 Xinghua Rd. Taoyuan 330, Taiwan, R. O. C Tel: +886-3-3753252 Fax: +886-3-3753251 I have a Cooke Street Hawaiian shirt that looks just like this one. I bet it’s not from Hawaii Didn’t think so. “Made in Indonesia” Oh, there’s my car again. It is a Japanese car, assembled in the USA, from parts that come from all over the place This is Duncan. Duncan and his sister, Meagan, are 100%American-made, assembled right here in Valley Center with the finest domestically sourced materials! Made inUSA!