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Vintage school bus illustration ad...first on/last off first through seventh grades...one hour one way...1957-1964

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School Bus-The bus I rode in Kindergarten & Grade had a large metal first aid box to the left of the driver. Our driver usually let one of us kids ride atop the box if we were good.

school bus; rides to school, band and choir trips, church bus; lots of fun--and some breakdowns on the way to trips!  Memories!

The main character and her two best friends, Rita and Leslie, ride the bus home from school and watch as Samantha passes by in her Limo.

Mothers Day Shrine, Grafton, West Virginia -- Mother's Day was first celebrated in Grafton on May 10, 1908.

Mothers Day Shrine, Grafton, West Virginia -- Mother's Day was first celebrated…

old Huntington, West Virginia ♥ my hometown ♥

Huntington, West Virginia, is a city rich in cultural history. Rising from the ashes of the Civil War, this jewel city of the upper South became an important fo

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Essay on my metro my city my pride essay about our teachers our heroes our flags But! The Nissan Pao exists I’m A Woman, Shake My Hand, Damn It Eager to Create Blue-Collar Jobs, Harvey exposes.

So much to say... I'll let the pic do the talking.

Sooner or later your wife will drive

1964 LIFE Aug 14 Sooner or later, your wife will drive home one of the best reasons for owning a Volkswagen. Women are soft and gentle, but they hit things.

Monroe County, W.Va.: Make it a road trip | roanoke.com

Monroe County, W.Va.: Make it a road trip | roanoke.com

Road Trip - West Virginia | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

My father in law used to own an Esso station in Charleston West Virginia. It turned into Vickers Exxon over the years.

West Virginia Department of Commerce      Sistersville ferry

West Virginia Department of Commerce Sistersville ferry

This is where owls go to school now.      Traffic on US HWY 395 zooms by this abandoned school bus in the Umatilla National Forest.

Traffic on US HWY 395 zooms by this abandoned school bus in the Umatilla National Forest. Photo by Scott Haefner: Slow Lane

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