Explore Videogames, My Dad, and more!

The crocodiles were always so hard and scary! I remember where I was when I bought this. It was Christmas Eve, I was in Tahlequah Oklahoma where my grandfolks lived. The game had just came out a couple months prior (Sept. 1982). I seem to remember the game retailed for like 35 bucks, which was a lot to a 10 year old. One of the best video games of all time.

Easily one of the best Atari 2600 games of all time. I remember when this game came out, you would get a Pitfall Harry backpack. You could also get a patch if you scored points.

Drive in Movies speakers

Drive-In Movie Sound System.Speakers at the drive in.one for your car.one for the car on the other side of you.what fun it was! Not so much fun to drive away at the end of the movie with the speaker still clipped to your window!

Atari 2600 ad, 1981 (wish there could still be good old fashioned video games like these)

Atari 2600 ad, 1981 (wish there could still be good old fashioned video games like these) pitfall & donkey Kong were the best!

Idle Hands: Ladies and Gentlemen....Underoos Have Returned

Wonder Woman Underoos- I had the Wonder Woman Set and my sister Becky had Bat Girl


When the TV in their room is a phone

Rotary dial phone, wall mounted with the phone book close by. The cord was all stretched out and wonky.



I went through ALOT of these!!

I remember them so well, even the brand name. Triple Play cassette tapes for recording songs off the radio.

I would love to have this again...

Beginning Vinyl Lovers. Fisher Price Record Player from the Row row row your boat.A classic :)

Before computers...It was kinda fun going through the card catalog to find your book. And then you got to to see who else had checked it out by the lending card affixed on the inside cover.

library card catalogue ---almost a relic in today's electronic age I loved the Dewey decimal system and considered becoming a librarian when in the grade!