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Dreamtime
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16 of 26  Sun 2nd Dec 2012 2:33am  
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Morning Mr. Blue Sky, That's wonderful, glad to get your response. Yes there were a lot of old timers. My dad, Bill, with the glasses, is standing against the window at the back. It's nice to know they could enjoy themselves in their later years. Cheers Mr. Blue Sky. Cheers
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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17 of 26  Sun 2nd Dec 2012 3:47am  
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Bill & May. Not the Navi this time but at the Broomfield Tavern in 60/61 Used to get a good crowd in there despite it being a small bar. More wonderful memories. Wave
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Foxcote
Warwick
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18 of 26  Sun 2nd Dec 2012 7:52am  
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That's a cracking photo of them Dreamtime Thumbs up May has a cheeky face and I liked the back-drop, a proper 60's pub! Please find some more!
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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19 of 26  Sun 2nd Dec 2012 9:25am  
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Hello Foxcote, Yes, always happy in my eyes. The doorway behind them led upstairs, very narrow staircase. I had to come down that in a wedding dress in 1961. Mum had a picture of Annie in the snug, but goodness knows where it is now. Lost in moving I guess. How I regret not taking photos at the time. I will have to sift amongst the family mug shots which my daughter has claimed and see what I can come up with. I was so happy Mr. Blue Sky was able to oblige. Thumbs up
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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20 of 26  Wed 5th Dec 2012 9:25am  
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I apologise if the photos are large This is the Rev. John Potter with the ladies at the Harvest Festival at the Navigation Inn. Wave Same pensioners so are included on their 'Dinner' thread.
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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21 of 26  Wed 5th Dec 2012 9:30am  
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This time this is dad with the Chief Police Inspector at the Navigation Harvest Festival.
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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22 of 26  Wed 5th Dec 2012 9:33am  
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Here's John again with some more of your mums and Mr. Blue Sky's granddad if I am not mistaken Wave
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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23 of 26  Wed 5th Dec 2012 9:37am  
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Mary, bless her heart, amongst all the produce at the Navigation Harvest Festival. Wave
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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24 of 26  Wed 5th Dec 2012 9:43am  
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Mr Blue Sky, it looks as if we have found your granddad again in the above photos. Enjoy Thumbs up
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Mr Blue Sky
Abingdon, Oxfordshire
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25 of 26  Wed 5th Dec 2012 7:21pm  
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Thank you very much for the great photos of the harvest festival! You are quite right, my grandparents are on both of the group photos. My granddad is standing next to the reverend and my grandmother is standing next to my granddad. On the second photo, they are on opposite sides of the food table. Once again, many thanks for the photos.
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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26 of 26  Thu 6th Dec 2012 2:59am  
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You are most welcome Mr Blue Sky, I was hoping there would be a few more mums and maybe dads recognised too. Perhaps in time they will be. Obviously most of them would have lived in or around that area. Cheers
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