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Friday, May 23, 2014

Fantastic Father Giveaway Hop!

I am giving away some things for dad and his toolbox!

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Make sure to stop by The Review Wire for The Grand Prize, enter for your chance to win a Casio Pro Trek Watch PRG270B (RV $200)! Thanks to Casio for sponsoring the Grand Prize!
Don't forget to enter all of the giveaways especially Mommy's little sister http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com

 This Casio watch offers Triple Sensor which delivers altitude, barometric pressure, and direction readings that are more accurate than previous models, and a Barometric PressureTendency Alarm alerts the wearer to sudden changes in pressure readings. Design features include a CORDURA, a nylon fabric band for the ultimate in good fit and durability, and a case designed for outdoor gear performance. Large side buttons and one-press access to digital compass, barometric pressure and altitude, and temperature readings keep important information at your fingertips. Other features include Tough Solar, 100-meter water resistance, and more. Everything about these models is designed and engineered to make them essential pieces of outdoor gear.

 Disclaimer: This giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST on June 6, 2014. The Fantastic Father Event Bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prizes. Companies and bloggers, if you would like to participate in group giveaway events like this one, sign up to be emailed about future events hosted by The Review Wire.

21 comments:

  1. My dad and I use to go fishing together and we had so much fun doing that

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  2. Dads are special and mine is sorely missed - I rmember he was a Navy man through and through and allowed us to do a lot of things that my kids and grandchildren have not got to do, I remember riding as tug boat in Alaska and body surfing in Hawaii, he is sorely missed

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  3. My dad walking me down the aisle and bawling his eyes out. He hardly ever shows his emotions but that day he did :)

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  4. I remember my dad bringing us girls home little brown bags full of penny candy...we thought he was the coolest dad ever!!!! Still do....
    Thanks for the great giveaway!!!

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  5. Going for rides in the country and and going to parks and all of us kids tackling Dad on the floor. Ok, so that's more than one!

    Deborah

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  6. the day I have is when our twin daughters were born, mu dh he is 6ft 6in, holding a 5lb 5oz lil gorl in one arm, and a 5lb 13oz girl in the other, turning into a big mess of tears...one of my best memories ever..

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  7. My dad's watch and him hugging me. He always wore it, and it meant a lot.
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  8. One of my favorite memories of my dad, was him teaching me to swim. He was so patient and loving. Even made something I was so scared to do fun. He had a way of making things fun.

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  9. My father teaching me to drive since my mother never did learn. He said someone besides him has to learn!!

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  10. I remember wrestling with him

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  11. My best memory is spending time with my Dad before he died. Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  12. Driving from California to Minnesota with my dad & 2 little kids.....what a trip!

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  13. I remember my dad always reading books to us before bed and reading bible stories to us!

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  14. Best memory is always camping and fishing. it usually ends disastrous,but that what makes the memories :)

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  15. Favorite memories was when dad was coming back from overseas (marine) and he and other marine dads would be coming off the planes and we and the other families would be running to hug them and kiss them.

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  16. I always got carsick in the back seat of the car so I got to sit up front with my dad (mom didn't drive) so on vacations we would be on the road really early in the mornings on these deserted highways when the sun came up, just the two of us watching the dawn together. It was so cool. Still, to this day, when I am driving in the early morning, I think back to those times.

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  17. He used to ask how much we paid for things, then he'd say "What?! You paid that much!?" LOL

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  18. We'd go for rides and I could make all of the turning decisions ans we'd just see where we'd end up!

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  19. I remember when he talked with me.

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  20. when he would take me out fishing with him and then out for ice cream

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  21. My dad always made sure we were happy growing up. I have fond memories of taking roadtrips across the US to visit various places like Disneyland, the Grand Canyon, Colorado Springs, and New York to name a few.

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