Asked at Pacific Grove Post Office.
Thursday, January 25, 2007
Q: WHAT DID YOU ENJOY AS A KID THAT YOU WISH YOU COULD STILL DO?
Follow-up: What was your favorite childhood story?
TRISHA | Shaman | Pacific Grove
A: I lived on a farm in Minnesota and we used to do threshing, or running the grain through a machine. We also had over 20 cats. I had a freedom that you can’t experience in this environment.
Girl of the Alps: The sad thing was we didn’t have a large collection of books, but I loved Heidi.
DWIGHT EDWARDS | Retired Episcopal Minister| Pacific Grove
A: I loved to climb trees. I lived in Northern California, and my siblings and I always climbed into some of the redwood trees.
Adventure Addict: Robinson Crusoe. Oh, and also The Swiss Family Robinson.
MARCIA MOSELEY |Server | Pacific Grove
A: I pretty much still do a lot of it, like dancing. I used to do classic ballet but now I just free dance a lot. And I do a lot of samba because I’m from Brazil.
Not in Kansas Anymore: The Wizard of Oz. I watched it with dubbed voices.