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Theme of the Week

Posted by carol_in_california (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 3, 09 at 21:32

I got an APB.....the theme of the week I choose is People Pictures.
Here is my contribution:
Red Hatter's having a great day at the park.


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People pictures, alright! I got one of those:

From Vickie's PhiliNYC trip


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Me and SO at Sulphur, Oklahoma last Saturday.
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Here's one from my dad's collection: a wedding from the 1940s. The woman in black is quite a contrast to Carol's Red Hatters. I'm sitting here (at work) in my jeans, wondering if she's younger than I. Hard to tell.

I'd also like to know what the last man on the right is staring at. LOL


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A few from this years backpacking trip. All five of my kids and a daughter-in-law were able to go this year.
Here I am on the trail less traveled.

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My daughter after not being able to shampoo her hair for a week.

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The kids; kind of.

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Ron


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My grandpa, getting ready to retire from the railroad...signing his last log book in 1948.


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My husband and son, at Cabela's.

Old pic of my mom and my son, who is now 45!


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My granddaughter (and Caroline, the collie-shepherd) about five years ago.


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Here's another man and critter pic that I found. Taken at a state park lobby. DH and the bear.


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