Remember the Flintstones cartoon? My daughter and I were talking about the best cartoons of all time recently, and of course, the Flintstones came up. I remember watching every Saturday morning and being glued to the TV. I loved watching Fred and Barney get themselves in trouble and thought the town of Bedrock, their cars, and their clothes were so cool. Betty and Wilma would always have to come in and save the day.

I didn't realize it was so old, but the first episode of the beloved animated show of a modern Stone Age family came out in 1960!  It was just a fun cartoon; if you're over 50 years old, it was one of your favorite Saturday morning cartoons too! One thing I liked about that show was that no matter how bad things got, there was always a happy ending.

Some Flintstone fans have gone as far as building replica lifesize houses! Did you know Dick Clark built a Flintstone house? His widow sold the iconic house, which sat on 23 acres in 2014 for 1.778 million dollars! The amazing property only has one bedroom. There are a few replica Flintstone houses around the country, including one in Mexico and another in California's Bay Area.

Smack dab in the middle of the Arizona desert, near the Grand Canyon, there is a real-world version of Bedrock City! It's good to know I am in fine company when it comes to being a fan of the wildly popular prehistoric cartoon. Believe it or not, you can even purchase life-sized Flintstone cars. One is for sale on with a starting bid of $5,000 clams!

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