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Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by Flyfisher, Mar 29, 2018.
Cool that your Grandpa knew Lame Duck. That is him in the middle, right?
Some great pics fellas!
Man I miss my Gramps, he was my best friend. Hardworking, funny, loyal, tough and very caring. I was blessed enough to have him around until I was 42. He also cursed us with the obsession known as waterfowling.
Pic of Gramps when he was a Butcher in San Francisco. This was when Hunter's Point had all the meat packing plants. He went on to be the Secretary Treasurer for the Butcher's Union in South San Francisco.
He's in the middle with his arms extended. I think this picture is circa 1940.
Gramps when he shot his last duck at the young age of 87.
late 1940's era shoot in Delta. My grandpa ......second in from left with his buddies.
Not hunting related, but great-grandfather working on cable cars. Cable car mechanic. Not sure on the year
1st pic is Grandpa, next grandpa with a buddy with their mornings catch
1st picture is grandpa and pops rolling with two bucks in the trunk. I like this one. Just found it Sat. Dad is in his late teens early 20's I'm guessing.
Here's my Gramps at age 12, circa 1918 in front of his Ark on San Pablo Bay, note the brace of canvasback on the wall and the American Water Spaniel next to him, sorry about the quality, they are pictures of pictures:
I betcha he had one heck of a great time growing up on SP bay.
Lucky kid right there.
Pops rocking the corcle shades chasing sleeping ducks in the bay.
Loving these pics guys!