http://www.hedgeandstone.com.au/?miltos=club-rencontres-lorient&4a5=5c (The new Retro Roundup category will compile vintage and retro points of interest I find online.)
visit Have you seen this knockout midcentury modern house for sale in Dallas? I don’t know if it’s staged or filled with the owner’s things, but it almost looks like it arrived from 1954 via time machine. More on the house’s history here. Keep an eye out for a vintage Pinocchio toy in the pictures – the house is on Pinocchio Drive.*
http://bullcitycraft.com/milnica/9944 Critiki News recently published an interesting piece on a beloved feature of midcentury cuisine: the pupu platter. It seems flaming pupu platters could go the way of the buffalo.
rencontre homme 60 ans et plus Pat Thomas, a retired dollhouse builder/miniatures instructor, once taught students how to make a miniature Airplane Cafe. Today I found a picture of the original, third from the top (do check out the rest of the pictures!).
mujeres solteras acarigua *This house is in a neighborhood with streets named after Disney characters. Besides Pinocchio Drive, Google Maps reveals the existence of Cinderella Lane, Snow White Drive, Aladdin Drive (oddly prescient, since Disney’s Aladdin wouldn’t be made for a few decades…), Wonderland Trail, Peter Pan Drive, Sleepy Lane, Fantasia Lane, and Dwarfs Circle.