The National Yo-Yo Museum, housed in the back of a downtown Chico eclectic toy store and boutique, Bird in Hand, is certainly no myth – though some of the yo-yo aces honored therein certainly border on the mythic.

PHOTO CAPTION: Thad Winzenz demonstrates a yo-yo trick in front of a 256-pound wooden specimen at the National Yo-Yo Museum in Chico.

Read the story here.

View the gallery here.
The National Yo-Yo Museum, housed in the back of a downtown Chico eclectic toy store and boutique, Bird in Hand, is certainly no myth – though some of the yo-yo aces honored therein certainly border on the mythic. PHOTO CAPTION: Thad Winzenz demonstrates a yo-yo trick in front of a 256-pound wooden specimen at the National Yo-Yo Museum in Chico. Read the story here. View the gallery here.
The National Yo-Yo Museum, housed in the back of a downtown Chico eclectic toy store and boutique, Bird in Hand, is certainly no myth – though some of the yo-yo aces honored therein certainly border on the mythic. PHOTO CAPTION: Thad Winzenz demonstrates a yo-yo trick in front of a 256-pound wooden specimen at the National Yo-Yo Museum in Chico. Read the story here. View the gallery here.
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February 12, 2012 12:00 AM

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