Federal agents in Los Angeles, alerted by the smell of alcohol, inspecting a “lumber truck”.
Dog in mid flight
Inside a Cello
Early exploration of the United States
Hanging out in California
Video at bottom.
Mono Lake is a large, shallow saline soda lake in Mono County, California. It is located in the eastern Sierra Nevada mountain range. The lake was the backdrop for the town Lago in the 1973 Clint Eastwood film “High Plains Drifter”.
Clint Eastwood riding towards the lake.
In 1991 another film was shot at Mono Lake. And one of the characters in that film was very big and hairy.
Back in 2008, a science teacher from Orange County, California came forward and presented to the Bigfoot community one of the most intriguing footage of Bigfoot they had seen in a long time. The teacher said his family had viewed the vacation video privately for almost 20 years– not knowing he had captured a possible Bigfoot until his daughter pointed it out to him. The home video was taken in 1991, around Mono Lake, near the base of the…
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A tin toy, or tin lithograph toy, is a mechanical toy made out of tinplate and colorfully painted by chromolithography to resemble primarily a character or vehicle.
The production of tin toys was discontinued during World War II because of the need for raw materials in the war effort. After the war, tin toys were produced in large numbers in Japan. Under occupation and the Marshall Plan, manufacturers in Japan were granted the right to resume production. The idea was to give Japan all of the low profit; high labor manufacturing and the US companies could sell the imported product. It worked better than they had expected and Japan became a tin toy manufacturing force until the end of the 1950s. In the 1960s cheaper plastic and new government safety regulations ended the reign of tin toys. Presently, China has taken over the role of the leading tin toy manufacturing country.
Space Tin Toys