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Nest Heads by John Allen for December 13, 2020

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    pschearer Premium Member about 1 year ago

    I have a faint childhood memory of an early morning milk delivery in a neighborhood of Philadelphia in the 1940s by HORSE-DRAWN WAGON!!

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    oakie817  about 1 year ago

    growing up in RI, we had a milkman who delivered…and back then, no one locked their doors

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    i_am_the_jam  about 1 year ago

    We still get a milkman here. He’s on a motorcycle with a small trailer, and he delivers milk, cream, and cheese. We also have a breadman, too.

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    PammWhittaker  about 1 year ago

    I don’t remember milk deliveries, but Charles Chips used to bring big containers of potato chips, pretzels, etc :)

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    tcayer  about 1 year ago

    Because it’s cheaper to take one truck to one place than send out multiple trucks to every house in town for one lousy half gallon.

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    rodjen1  about 1 year ago

    That wouldn’t work. The ice cream in the soda would be melted before you could eat it.

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    Bobtul07110  about 1 year ago

    Grew up in Newark N.J. Every house had a milk box on the porch. Also, the Brookdale soda trucks would deliver cases of quart bottles of soda right to your house.

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