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one lucky lady, that missis of yours Mike. Blue eyes and dark hair! always a killer combo :D

What a lovely couple you make!!

xxHxx

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Dear Hazel, :)

thanks a lot! :D

Will stay in touch. :rolleyes:

Take care!

Love,

Mike

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To all of you....nice pictures. Makes me feel I know you all a bit better when I can put a face with a name.

As for Jim & Mike: they say eyes are the windows to our souls. The eyes have it...you guys are sweet -hearts. :)

Linda

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Dear Linda, :)

thanks to you, too. :D

Promise to write soon. :rolleyes:

Love, ;)

Mike

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Dear Jim,

no offence intended, no offence taken, I hope.

C'mon. It just would not be fair.

How could an old geezer like me, just having turned 56, compare and 'compete' with the picture of a 19 year old?

Mike

Hello Mike

Gosh no! Absolutely nothing to be offended about. I was just joining in the fun.

I did try to warn you though, that my picture now and then would just look the same. I haven't really changed much in 50 years - :rolleyes::rolleyes: WELL not really much anyway. :huh::huh:

You and the missus, look like a team. That my friend, where I come from, is what it is all about.

You know, Awesome Mike, I actually own very few hats, (A few, not many). Being a Southern Californian, we enjoy our sunshine too much. About the only time I paid much attention to hats was in the desert.

But.... I do still "doff" my hat to the ladies, and remove it in a building. Even us "Yanks" were taught a few manners back in the '40's and '50's when I was growing up. (Yes, I also open doors for ladies) :D :D :D

Ladies - again, thank you. I was trying to decide whether to have these posts put in a gold frame, or a silver one. It's being married to that young bride of mine (she was 20, and it was the day before my 22nd birthday when we got married, in Nov, 1958), that keeps the smile on the face and the twinkle in the eye.

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Dear Jim,

Then it's hi! hi! hee!

In the Field Artillery...

[and] The Caissons go rolling along!

Take care!

'Semper Fi'

Mike

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This is me and the boyfriend at my cousin's wedding last July.

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AHhhh ..... You look all loved up together :rolleyes: Sweet x

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Awww thanks. last person I showed the picture to said we looked drunk.

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Awww thanks. last person I showed the picture to said we looked drunk.

Quite the contrary, you look like beautiful young people!! :)

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Love..... Drunk...... Same thing

Being drunk on love is the best kind.

Yes, I'm an old romantic

You two make a very handsome couple.

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I'm the fat git on the right, this was us in John o' Groats whilst sailing round Britain and Ireland in 2004.

Mike

Can't you edit posts anymore? AS can be seen on the sign the trip was in 2003 not 2004! My memory must be playing tricks on me!

Mike

I'm the fat git on the right, this was us in John o' Groats whilst sailing round Britain and Ireland in 2004.

Mike

Can't you edit posts anymore? AS can be seen on the sign the trip was in 2003 not 2004! My memory must be playing tricks on me!

Mike

Now i'm really confused... that was supposed to be a "reply"

I'm the fat git on the right, this was us in John o' Groats whilst sailing round Britain and Ireland in 2003.

Mike

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I love everyone's pictures.

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This is me and the boyfriend at my cousin's wedding last July.

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LUCKY BOYFRIEND INDEED :rolleyes: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

YOU ARE SUCH A SWEET YOUNG 'THING' :rolleyes:

Greetings from Germany to both of you.

Love,

Mike

P.S. There is a famous German song: "One should be 20 [years old] once more"! How true!

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I'm the fat git on the right, this was us in John o' Groats whilst sailing round Britain and Ireland in 2003.

Mike

top pic Mike, you should tell us about your adventure some time (unless you already did and i missed it :lol: )

hi,

i just got it, how to load a pic up in my profile...so you have to look there.

ciao thomas

hi Thomas, where was you picture taken? it's a good one! :D

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well hazel,

thast at the old gate from

"wolframs eschenbach"

an old village in frankonia. they speak there a little different to "normal" german B)

was last weekend.

ciao thomas

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well hazel,

thast at the old gate from

"wolframs eschenbach"

an old village in frankonia. they speak there a little different to "normal" german B)

was last weekend.

ciao thomas

Cool, I'll ask my husband about it, he loves Germany and spent many years there when he was in the army. I'll bet he's been there too!

xxHxx

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hm...we can start with betting now......i bet he has not been there. :lol:

that was normally an area, wheere the us army has been....royal army was more in the north.... B)

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Cool, I'll ask my husband about it, he loves Germany and spent many years there when he was in the army. I'll bet he's been there too!

xxHxx

Dearest Hazel,

What, what...? :o

I say! :unsure:

How can you keep such vital information for yourself? <_<

Just read my signature!

When, where and, most important, which regiment or corps?

I suppose, I can forgive you, because you are so sweet. :rolleyes:

Just this once though! :blink:

Give my love to your hubby.

Love, :D

Mike

hm...we can start with betting now......i bet he has not been there. :lol:

that was normally an area, wheere the us army has been....royal army was more in the north.... B)

Dear Thomas,

a piece of information from one German (wise guy) to another:

There is a Royal Navy and a Royal Air Force, but the Army is just British, with individual regiments

or corps being distinguished by the prefix Royal!

It's high time we should get to know each other.

Have a nice, sunny spring weekend!

Kind regards,

Mike RHD

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Cool, I'll ask my husband about it, he loves Germany and spent many years there when he was in the army. I'll bet he's been there too!

xxHxx

Dearest Hazel,

What, what...? :o

I say! :rolleyes:

How can you keep such vital information for yourself? <_<

Just read my signature!

When, where and, most important, which regiment or corps?

Mike RHD

I'll ask him when he gets home, he was a royal Engineer, but has served in many different regiments.

SORRY!! :lol: :lol: :P

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well mike,

i was all time in the GAF...so i am not so in that army things.... :lol: ...and i only met people from RAF 41 squadron B)

btw....my girlfriend has some relationship in the us...and he is there in the army...only army.... :rolleyes:

so i made these difference that there will not come misunderstandings.

@hazel

this village is only for insiders....we will see then.

ciao thomas

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well mike,

i was all time in the GAF...so i am not so in that army things.... :lol: ...and i only met people from RAF 41 squadron B)

Dear Thomas,

forgive me for playing the 'wise guy'. :P

It is so seldom that I get a chance to show off the specialised knowledge acquired in 43 years, since

I was a boy of 12, and barely knew any English. :D

When you refer to the English Civil War, it's quite alright to use the term 'Royal Army', because at that

time there were two English armies opposing each other: the 'Royal army' of Charles I [the Cavaliers]

and the Parliamentarian [New Model] Army of Oliver Cromwell (the Roundheads). :o

Have a nice weekend.

Kind regards,

Mike

How can you keep such vital information for yourself? <_<

P.S. I believe, it's to yourself, isn't it? :rolleyes:

Mike, The Eternal Doubter :unsure:

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...and what about all the other "royal armys"?

norway, sweden, denmark, saudi arabia and so on? are they not really "royal"?

maybe you should look a bit around in the world...there is something more than british army. B)

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Of course, I was ONLY referring to the correct terminology, as far as Her Majesty's Forces

are concerned: e.g. Royal Navy (incl. Royal Marines], The (British) Army and the Royal

Air Force.

In the British historical context the prefix 'Royal' in connection with 'Army' is only used

when referring to the period of the English Civil War!

Of course, I have never denied the existence of 'foreign' 'royal' armies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just for the record! :unsure:

P.S. You somehow did not get the point! :rolleyes:

You forgot to mention the ... ROYAL Prussian, Bavarian, Saxon and Wuerttemberg Armies, etc.

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