Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by Big Al, Jan 7, 2011.
Monkey suit to coveralls.
That's a big upgrade.
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Adios is clearly my favorite poster on Hearth.
Meh.... Me in July 2004 shaping edge of piece of brazilian granite for a coffee table.Havent changed much since then,few stray grey hairs in ponytail now & in my current heavy winter beard.I have a few pics taken in past month or two,they much be on laptop cause I cant find them on this contraption 8-/
Family pic taken about 1 year ago, best one I could find.
fly fishing summer 09.
I was thinking Billy Bob Thornton. Thanks for lifting the veil of mystery, BB.
Sorry about your loss, Rick.
Me on the Lamar River in Yellowstone about ten years or so ago. The last ten years have been worse to me than they were to BBart. I'm thirty pounds fatter now and the beard has gone almost totally gray, but the gals still think I'm sexy ('specially my gal). ;-)
This monster was by far the smallest cuttbow I took that afternoon out of about three dozen. I had that stupid camera around my neck for two weeks and never snapped a single fish pic, too busy catching and landing 'em. My buddy took this one of me and my trophy minnow. Should have kept it and had it mounted to use as a hat pin.
Fossil- How are you doing? Hang tough, it sucks I know. I have a house full of sleeping family members right now, but your post and pic. shot me back 15 years. I have a tear in my eye for you, you've got your work cut out for you. feel free to vent, it helps. best wishes, JB
god bless rick and thanks for sharing that great photo. your in my prayers. sincerely pete
Thanks, all, for sharing pix.
Fossil, so quick a time from diagnosis to your loss--and I'm guessing it was a time that was driven by the need for medical care, conversations, adjustments--and then the sudden silence. Marsha looks like a real doll, and the love between you shows in the photo. I join with the others in expressing my condolences on your loss. There comes a time when the joy of memories outweighs the pain of bereavement--but it's a long journey. Be patient with yourself, and be good to yourself . . . I'm sure she'd want that for you.
Me and my helper. Never start too early, right?
Fossil, sorry to hear of your loss.
My youngest child and I a couple years ago.
Rick, So sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Good to see you back onthe web.
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What's with all the 10 year old pictures with technology of today? We put Kodak out of business because of digital and that's the earliest photos. Lost my hard drive twice so no old pictures for me ...boy I starting to miss Kodak film...and Kodachrome too...as the song goes.
Fossil, Very sorry for your lost, words are hard to express for your lost of your sole mate...take care.
So the ski bunny myth is confirmed then!
Btw, no dice on your bro. I guess being "out on the island", he's isolated from the "mainland" MOPAR world. 8-/ My bud Pete usually knows everyone and all the details of thier car.
Btw, a hearth.com gathering needn't be an extravagant event. Gather at one members place, Kick in a few bucks each, order some pizzas, some soda, adult beverages etc. Just a thought.
shhh. Don't talk Craig out of sailing.
Well... there are a few group shots of large family gatherings but I never do well posing for them and usually end up with my eyes closed or else I look like I just got done burying the bodies of my victims.
Here is a more recent candid photo.
No Kidding! That's cool.
Got to love Canadian t-shirt weather! Cheers!
Ja, it's true what they say that heating wiith wood warms you twice.
This pic was taken in November at Key West out last stop on our cruise..
Love getting free wood on CL....
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Here we go....
My beautiful wife and I
The only room we spend time in
Our wood supply for the season with my wife holding up Spike
Our other 3 beautiful pets!
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