The greatest time machines

An old forty-niner takes school children back to the California Gold Rush. Coloma, California, July 2004

An old forty-niner takes school children time-traveling back to the California Gold Rush.
Coloma, California, July 2004

“Two of the greatest time machines ever invented are called memory and imagination.”
Ashleigh Brilliant

It’s beginning to look as if this winter will mean a lot of time indoors for most of us.  So it’s a great chance for some time travel!  Pick up a historical novel (and feel free to share recommendations for us in the comments below), watch a TV or movie drama based in another era, or simply daydream about what life was like 100 years ago, and what it might be like 100 years from now.

Those of us who have been around long enough to remember the 1950’s or 1960’s can share a bit of nostalgia for more recent times gone by.  (Raynard, what’s the first TV show that comes to mind when you read this?)  Or the techies among us can tell us what lies on the horizon for advances we might live to see eventually.  Beam us up by sharing your thoughts with us today!

This post was first published seven years ago today. The original post, comments and photo are linked, along with two other related posts, below. These links to related posts, and their thumbnail photos, do not appear in the blog feed; they are only visible when viewing the individual posts by clicking on each one. I have no idea why, nor do I know how they choose the related posts. That’s just the way WordPress does things.

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