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Would you attend a reunion in New Zealand [9 vote(s)]

Yes I would
44.4%
No I would not
55.6%


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Please visit the reunion section in the members area of the forum to read Trevors announcement regarding a possible reunion in New Zealand in 2013

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I have cast my vote!...'Yes'. Being honest I was unsure..the pic that Andy put up?, I thought:-'Looks abit different than Blackpool'confuse, could not see one drunken personbiggrin or someone getting the living daylights beaten out of them furiousnor' a perambulator half sunken in the clear waterscry. Ah well!, as I said to the guy in a grey mac at a bus stop whilst Sax drove by, splashing myself with muddy rain fall:'Always willing to try something different'disbelief.

I have contacted Trevordisbelief, and requested the venue being 'Ma Glesons' AKN 'The Railway' or perhaps 'The Snake pit'..just for ol' timesevileye.

Bobo



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Speaking of Sailors bars, this chap has done a good job of compiling some names good site to visit for a stagger down memory lane.

See if you can help him out---

http://www.rhiw.com/y_mor/seamen_bars/bars.htm

 



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Cool Colin, Vernon, British Columbia, Canada.



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That was good Colin!...yeah did several on the list. Perhaps the most interesting (to me) was 'Pusan, Texas St', not too sure if many of the lads/chaps got to Sth Korea?. I spent quite abit of time their, standing by two newly built ships in the late 70's, winter & summer time. On Texas St there are perhaps about 30 bars(maybe more?)...'all in the best possible taste'biggrin as Kenny E would say. As some will know I used to take 'SeaBitch' with myself to sea, every 2nd trip for many years.(one day she find out my affectionate term for 'er in doors). SeaBitch does have perhaps more 'sea time' in than manywink.

Some 'may' disagree with wifes at sea?, I do understand. You know you take 'the long walk' down Texas St' accompanied with your Spouse?(they hate that wordbiggrin). The guys you are with walk pass bar after bar..then they pick one!. Your heart sinks, 'old sins cast long shaddows'. Passing through your mind is 'of all the bars in all the world'....confuse. When you come and see me Colin...I will tell you the rest...No Hollywood ending, but it will make you smilebiggrin.

Witch..'Grass is really greener' eh?..would like a clip of the fem singing it Colin, for myself & Ka Tet.

Whip

 

 




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If it's the same tune I'm thinking of Whip, kinda bubble gumish for this sophisticated site.

I know another greener grass by Pet Clark but I might get in trouble with Ka Tet



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Pet Clark!....cannot you leave that wakky backey alone at your damn age?!, no wonder that A Witch was made a Moderatorfurious.

Whipbiggrin



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