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Old 08-12-2020, 10:39 PM   #51
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The "You better look close because you will never see me in a tie again Larry.".
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Old 08-12-2020, 11:07 PM   #52
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Me, my wife of 48 years, and our son in law.
48 years of marriage.... I salute you and your wife!
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Old 08-12-2020, 11:10 PM   #53
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48 years of marriage.... I salute you and your wife!
Can you believe she picked that kid laying on the couch (real Larry)? She took quite a risk.
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Old 08-12-2020, 11:14 PM   #54
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I agree with King ... Congrats on the long marriage, thats amazing this day and age!
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You are about 8 years ahead of me on the marriage longevity, mostly because I got married when I was 28. I have to laugh about the fact that a little over a year after we were married, the priest that officiated was surprised that we were still married. If he was so worried about it, he should have refused. I'll never figure out what was in his mind. We'll be married 40 years next February.
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Old 08-12-2020, 11:40 PM   #56
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Me and my first ride.
I was already driving by that age
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Wore a tie once, too
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Larry, I commend you on 48 years
My first love and I had to take a break
Married for 17. Divorced for 17
Now back together
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And our kids
Kinda dig it too
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Old 08-13-2020, 06:45 AM   #60
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Hey CG, what happened to your mustache?

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Me and my first ride.
I got my kids antique toys, too Oh lord, I shouldn't have started that fire. I was going to post a picture of me with a tricycle along with that comment but can't find it

Here is my oldest sister with her daughter in the mid-80s
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Old 08-13-2020, 07:49 AM   #61
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Wore a tie once, too
Love the hair.............her's looks good too!
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Old 08-13-2020, 07:59 AM   #62
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Wore a tie once, too
Does anybody else notice the uncanny resemblance to Olivia Newton John and Steve Irwin, aka crocodile hunter? doppelgangers?

It's great that you two found each other again after all these years.
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Old 08-13-2020, 08:24 AM   #63
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I have never worn a tie with the top button closed. I'll gag! I think I've worn one two or three times. I refused when I was on the HS basketball team and didn't wear a tux for my senior picture. I wore a wrangler denim pearl snap cowboy shirt... fancy schmancy

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Old 08-13-2020, 08:50 AM   #64
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Oh, we're going old school now?

My dad, me, and my baby sister with his sweet ass Bird in 1983.

It has a super serious racing spoiler for mad down force complete with the rear side windows loaded with go fast stickers. I told him he was the fast and furious of his time, he didn't think it was funny
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this isme and the wife within the near past
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Here’s me and wifey. Been together since 1988. Still going strong.
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my first wheels, wanna race?

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Here’s me and wifey. Been together since 1988. Still going strong.
Cute couple! Not legit, though, since there is no Chevy truck in that pic.
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Wow, I had forgotten about that hair we had.

Tim you obviously loved the sister you lost. We need to cherish the time we have with loved ones.

This is an interesting thread, putting faces and history to words. When I travel, I like to take the back roads, and look for people I can stop and talk to. I love to hear peoples stories.

Chevyland, that story gave me a warm and fuzzy feeling. That is just plain cool. It's amazing what time does to perspective. Wait, does she know about the truck obsession?
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Old 08-13-2020, 11:16 PM   #70
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I didn't take a count, but the Arky's are holding their own in this thread.

I still haven't seen Boog's mug here.
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grandma n grandpa (mom's side) both born n raised in Arkansas, owned a gas station and grocery market in pine bluff.. mom and uncle both born in Arkansas as well..

I'm proud of my roots from both states

grandparents in their house in Lowry City MO that grandpa built, they lived in the shop during construction..



me picking apples in grandpa's orchard with him in Lowry City..



great uncle Jack and grandpa in Arkansas..

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Here’s me and wifey. Been together since 1988. Still going strong.
Handsome couple there John,
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Boog hides behind a mask… DOH!! Although I seem to recall a picture at a campground

Eric, I have three years to go to do the same... or not. Talk about life's ironies. I wonder what the kids would think if I did that. Maybe you could shed some light.

Yeah, Larry, me and all the others. You know that trip to the SW I talk about in the '71 Custom Camper rig? That was '89 and she passed two years later. My ex-wife had graduated with her BSN and had a visit planned to a friend who moved to Sante Fe for she and our daughter. I was really busy with work, but about two weeks before she left I realized I couldn't stand staying home while she went out to where I had come back from not too many years before. I called my dad who was stll working, to see if he could get off work to ride out with my son and I. It all worked out, so it was three generations of us guys on a drive out to NM. My ex got het week with our daughter and her friend, then it was up to see my oldest and youngest sisters in Taos. My dad stayed behind to spend time with his daughters and went back home on my Ex-wife's plane ticket while I took my unit on a trip of a lifetime, ending up in Flagstaff/Sedona before heading back east. I am so grateful I made that happen. That was our last time together with my sister and my dad got that time with her after we left

Dad could be quite a clown. Him and me, probably at Christmastime. And he sure loved his Polaroid!
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My younger brother and me at his son’s wedding 2 weeks ago (I’m on the right). Me holding my nephew, l had picked him up for a pic at his graduation 5 years ago and thought l should do it again at his wedding- didn’t realize he had put on 40 pounds- 235 now, I was straining to hold him
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I think it's time he started picking you up
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