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Old 11-02-2010, 08:19 PM   #421
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I'm the good looking guy. (heh)
...and I'm the one in the middle.
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Old 11-02-2010, 08:20 PM   #422
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My guess it's a Texan who is visiting a Florida forum member who sells cars .
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Old 11-02-2010, 08:23 PM   #423
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Ding Ding Ding, we have a winner. Mo, sold cars not sells cars.
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Old 11-04-2010, 07:21 AM   #424
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Nah, that cannot be a picture of ReWahoo--this is him here!
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Nah, that cannot be a picture of ReWahoo--this is him here!
Yeah, but who's the long-haired geezer carrying his pod?
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Old 11-04-2010, 06:02 PM   #426
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I'm gonna guess- 73 is the one with the shades and the sky blue shirt. The other guy wouldn't have lasted 30 minutes on a car lot.
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I agree with you Ha! The white-hair guy is just, well, too innocent looking... Kind of like me...
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I agree with you Ha! The white-hair guy is just, well, too innocent looking... Kind of like me...
Mmmm.....hmmmm...giving more hints about your appearance...
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Back from our 9 day Southern Caribbean cruise...ahhhh...this is one of DH and I in Barbados...wishing for more time on the beach!

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I'm gonna guess- 73 is the one with the shades and the sky blue shirt. The other guy wouldn't have lasted 30 minutes on a car lot.

Ha
Got it, 73 LOOKS like a car sales dude, and REWahoo looks like a guy that 73 just hammered into a car.........
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But the payments are only $139/mo (ok, except for that last one) and I think I really needed the pin-striping and undercoating...
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But the payments are only $139/mo (ok, except for that last one) and I think I really needed the pin-striping and undercoating...
Yes you did, what would your neighbors say if you didn't get that stuff?
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Back from our 9 day Southern Caribbean cruise...ahhhh...this is one of DH and I in Barbados...wishing for more time on the beach!

Wow. Beautiful.
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Wow. Beautiful.
Barbados indeed was beautiful...and there were so many other absolutely stunning vistas on all the other islands, too. So much so see, so little time!
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Back from our 9 day Southern Caribbean cruise...ahhhh...this is one of DH and I in Barbados...wishing for more time on the beach!


Great picture ! You & hubby look soooo happy !
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Barbados indeed was beautiful...and there were so many other absolutely stunning vistas on all the other islands, too. So much so see, so little time!
Great pic...and hey..you saw each other!
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Simple_girl, that was very nice!

Barbados was my favorite stop on our cruise, too! The water was absolutely stunning. The people were friendly, too. They were going out of their way to help us with directions, and they speak English, which is great for times when you're lost.

Here is me in Barbados earlier this year, about to go for a quick swim with the turtles.
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Simple_girl, that was very nice!

Barbados was my favorite stop on our cruise, too! The water was absolutely stunning. The people were friendly, too. They were going out of their way to help us with directions, and they speak English, which is great for times when you're lost.

Here is me in Barbados earlier this year, about to go for a quick swim with the turtles.

Ahhhh....that water looks divine, and you look fantastic! Did you see turtles? I'm so jealous! We brought our snorkel gear, but it sat in the bag while we read books and drank Shark Bites. Should have gotten out in the water, LOL.
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Simple_girl, reading a book with a Shark Bite sounds wonderful, too! The island felt very relaxing, at least to a casual tourist like me.

I saw several turtles -- this is the one photo I managed to snap before I killed my camera later on this trip. I'm sure you'll be back there someday -- I sure hope I will!
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Simple_girl, reading a book with a Shark Bite sounds wonderful, too! The island felt very relaxing, at least to a casual tourist like me.

I saw several turtles -- this is the one photo I managed to snap before I killed my camera later on this trip. I'm sure you'll be back there someday -- I sure hope I will!
So COOL! I LOVE turtles. We saw a huge one snorkeling in Hawaii. What beach were you at in Barbados? We were at Carlisle Bay at the Boatyard Club.
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