Mark and Paula headed to
Museum near Lake Calhoun to try out the latest gadgets involving
They used brain waves to push a ball across a table on a Mindball game.
Darn, Paula won! She is smart.
|Then it was off to Radio Daze 2012, sponsored by the Northland Antique Radio Club. This annual show draws hundreds of collectors who buy, sell, and swap vintage radios. Most of them have white hair...or no hair!
|The sign says it all.
Master's Voice dog looking at a radio.
It doesn't get any better than this.
|Tables were filled with old radios from the early 1900's to this red one with the Hopalong Cassidy name from the 1950's.
An auction was held.
Radios change hands each year sometimes to return the next year for the same treatment.
|A happy high-bidding couple with a beautiful radio.
|Hmmm....more evidence of radio activity. Stay tuned.
|Quote of the day: People really like antique radios. Mark
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