Corgi Toys

11 Dec 18
Chevistian Draws And Says Stuff

Well another year is coming to a end  and well in comparation with last year it was a bit dowgrade: Hasbro released 2 shows both pretty good, Cartoon Network a god tier slife of life show that is Craig Of The Creek, one decent show Apple & Onion and a comfy SOL show Summer Camp […]

10 Dec 18
Pickup Novels

8:00 pm, Northern time, Haicheng xx District 1 Community incident reached the top in the internet search. Almost everyone is talking about this topic; then a mysterious video appeared on a foreign video website. At 8:30, the video clicks made it on the homepage of that website; soon it was forwarded to a domestic social […]

10 Dec 18
Love & Lumos

I love real trees. Fake Christmas trees can be pretty and all, but there is something about having a real Christmas tree. I love everything about it. Going to pick it out and haul it home. I love even more when we get one that reminds me of a “Charlie Brown Christmas Tree” and we […]

10 Dec 18
Porgi.the.Corgi

Looking for SantaPaws! This week has been a week full of new experiences. We just want to take Porgi everywhere! Everywhere we go he is such a fearless explorer. With every new person and dog, he just wants to say hi and have some playtime. We are training him to sit and wait whenever there […]

10 Dec 18
Memories in Münster: Part II

Where to start! It’s been such a long time since our last post since the past month has been busier than usual. Greg and Junia left in mid-November for an American adventure in the Midwest. Greg had a conference to attend in Denver, so he dropped Junia off at Gramma and Grampa’s house along the way. […]

07 Dec 18
jandreart

Crown for a King Oil on canvas 20cmx20cm Prince’s second birthday. All his friends, including Licorice and Popcorn visiting. Benji and Hobo for a beach play. A boereworse braai with new squeaky toys. Chaos. ‘Craig’s and Coreta’s Charity Challenge’, a team run, and MTB jaunt out to Brenton. For the runners, across the iconic Train […]

06 Dec 18
Mrs S and Her Product Reviews

When I review a product I like to really try it out for a bit, well in this case I really want my dogs to try it out for a bit 🙂 I have two corgis – Ein, she is about 12 and Spike, he is about 5. Well with the product, Spike seemed to […]

06 Dec 18
Mike Pigott's Diecast Toys & Models

Mike Pigott looks at a range of diecast Captain Scarlet models from 1993 produced by a little-known British toy company called Vivid Imaginations. When Thunderbirds was re-broadcast on British TV in 1991, it led to a new wave of Thunderbirds-mania, with a huge range of toys and merchandise released. At this time, Matchbox gained the […]

06 Dec 18
The 25 Most Hyped Christmas Toys of All Time

  For many the first real step into adulthood comes not by putting one foot in front of the other but rather by stepping on the gas pedal once you get your driver’s license or, even more significantly, get your own car! Until that moment though, kids have had to make-believe and over the years […]

04 Dec 18
Living With Corgis

Happy December! Wow, it feels as if this year has just flown by! It has been quite the year for our family. I completed my Master’s degree in elementary education & my boyfriend completed his program in structural integration. We have been working hard to get our careers up and moving to better not only […]

04 Dec 18
Option Web

When dogs and babies get along, it’s the most wonderful thing to see. They share their toys and even nap times, cuddled together in a warm ball. They also look out for each other, especially when a mess has been made. Babies and dogs can develop their own language and bond together in a friendship […]

03 Dec 18
The Willits News
Roots of Motive Power rang in the holiday season on Dec.1 with a train load of Christmas spirit. Among the crowds gathered together to await their turn for a ride on the train was Terry Melvin, self proclaimed “brother to Santa” offering pearls of wisdom and a heaping amount of cheer.  When the bell rang, the whistle blew and the words “All aboard!” were heard. People scurried to get their tickets and climb on before the train started out on its journey. A picture with Santa (photo by Donna Linville) The train groaned and with a series of chugs and hisses, smoke and steam billowed up into the overcast sky. Seeing the locomotive enveloped in these clouds with its Christmas wreath clearly visible on the front of the engine, one could almost liken it to the Polar Express stopping to pick up its passengers.  Just the sight of it cast an almost magical spell to the day. All aboard! The Roots of Motive Power Christmas ride was crowded this wekeend. (photo by Donna Linville) Onboard passengers chose to sit in the two open observation cars or in the heated caboose. A few lucky people climbed ladders inside the caboose to sit even higher up in the limited seats above. Among them was Mia who said she wants a pair of shoes for Christmas, Alfonso who sat next to her exclaimed that he wanted an Xbox game console. Alexander turned down the idea of a new bike in hopes of a new Corgi dog, and Melissa wasted no time in asking for an iPhone 6. Their mother Jessica Ayala smiled and said, “I just want for us all to be happy,” but Melissa interrupted to say, “She really wants us all to get along.”  Ayala admitted, “Yes, that would be nice.” A family in the compartment above the cab…Mila, Alfoso, Alexander, Jessica and Melissa Ayala (photo by Donna Lnnvile) From the moment the train lurched to a start to the moment it brought its passengers safely home, excited chatter and laughter could be heard above its noise. Once passengers were safely back to the beginning many wandered over to the museum’s large engine house. Heaters, Christmas trees and colorful lights made it an inviting place for families to gather. A table with hot dogs and hot cocoa were provided to raise money for the Willits High School senior trip to the Winchester Museum and Great America. A huge array of cookies and treats were also supplied and sold “by donation only” to raise money for Roots of Motive Power, which has hosted this event for the past 10 years. Beautiful wreaths made with manzanita, bay, fern, and even garlic were also for sale. The wreaths were made by volunteers to raise money for the restoration of a newly acquired dining car. A red wagon filled with toys was also being raffled to help support the Christmas event. In the middle of the room, color crayons and pages were provided for children who wanted to sit at the picnic tables and take in a craft. Most of the children however, anxiously stood in line waiting for their chance with Santa. Jayden Hodgins who was waiting with a plush green frog in his hands said, “I want another pet frog for my frog.”  Andrew Bertrams had a secret wish for Santa this year, and Anthony Gorrim wanted some cold hard cash. Each child in line took their turn on Santa’s lap while parents quickly snapped photos. After each child shared their wish, Santa reached into his magical bag and handed each one a small toy to take home. The museum, which waived admission for the event, also offered a coloring book and crayons, a craft and a story time, as well as 50 percent off all toys in the gift shop. Next to the Vintage Toy display a table was set up for children to color a doll of their own. Once their doll was finished they could place it on the “doll wall” or they could take it home. Those that didn’t want to color stopped in to play with the toy train or one of the other toys offered, or the took a look around the museum.
03 Dec 18
Armazi

4″ Diecast Car Corgi Toys Ford Thunderbird #2145 Grey w Red Roof w Box VG/EX+ – Buy – 4″ Diecast Car Corgi Toys Ford Thunderbird #2145 Grey w Red Roof w Box VG/EX+

03 Dec 18
Option Web

When dogs and babies get along, it’s the most wonderful thing to see. They share their toys and even nap times, cuddled together in a warm ball. They also look out for each other, especially when a mess has been made. Babies and dogs can develop their own language and bond together in a friendship […]

03 Dec 18
OlBaCoCé USA

Hot Wheels is a miniature car brand owned by toy giant Mattel. Where the French children had Majorette and the English kids had Matchbox or Dinky Toys, (or Corgi, Norev …) the brand has always been distinguished by rather whimsical models directly inspired by the Hot Rod scene, a component of the American automotive culture. […]

03 Dec 18
Porgi.the.Corgi

Porgi is 4 Months Old!  Porgi the Corgi puppy is 4 months old! Porgi loves so many different things, especially now that he has been trying to chew everything. Below are the 4 types of toys that Porgi loves and that save our shoes: Cow Hooves and Elk Antlers. These two things have been really helpful. When […]