Wednesday, September 7, 2022

This family makes me wanna walk... like a camel!

It was just two posts ago that I was talking about finding things that people have left in books, and here I am, already talking about it again. I can assure you that this wasn't planned, but I found two more things in a book, "Tulipomania", that I just got from McKay's (see last post); and couldn't not share one of them...

Someone had stuck two (different) Christmas cards from the same family in this book, and while the other one was a tad more personal, I figured that this one wouldn't be in too bad of taste for me to show.

This is a family that clearly knows how to have fun, and if you listened to a lot of music back in the 90's, you probably know the band they're referencing. If you don't, you should, at the very least, be familiar with said bands biggest hit:

                          
Like a fine moonshine that song is. 

I've got some names from the backs of the cards, but I don't know where the family is, or was. That's no matter though, wherever they are, I just hope these folks are still out there living their best life... and are never want for any snack crackers!

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  1. That is so awesome. Outfreakinstanding!

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    1. That's exactly how I felt when I found it.

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  2. Ha! I saw SCOTS live once. They put on a fun show!

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    1. Lucky you! I would expect nothing less from them.

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  3. Never heard of this song or the group... but this card makes me think of one of my friends at work. She does a themed Christmas card each year.

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    1. Camel Walk got a lot of air time on alternative stations when it was released, so either you were living under a rock a for a few years there during the mid 90's, or Southern California was one of the few places that it didn't get played.

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