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Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by Flyfisher, Mar 29, 2018.
One of my great, great, great grandfathers. Taken in 1861
Guy in the middle is my father and his buddy on the far right...both 6'5". My grandfather on the left always thought he was 6'5". Taken in the early 70's.
My Uncle (who was a Grandpa) as a teenage boy in the 50’s taken on the steps of his house. That is a big greenhead!!
Thanks for posting these pics guys. I just lost my last living grandpa three years ago on March 8th. Didn't know him to be much of a hunter but did fish with him a few different times. I'll try and get with my mom and uncle to see if they have any old pics laying around.
My cousin from Italy with a couple of his dogs in Serbia recently...
wow,just love these wish I could share. But lost my Grandpa when in early teens(lived far apart) and lost my Dad at 6 years of age so I don't have anything to share but thank you for sharing,just great.Enjoyed
Gotta agree broducks1, memories are all we have.
Lost grandma and grandpa at the same time in a car accident. Old Auburn & Mariposa, 1990.
I'm really thankful for the photos I have as well.
No refrigeration, heat, along with many other comforts, including neoprene.
My grandfather, my dad and my uncle. Tulare, mid-50s.
Better-half's grandpa also survived that quake after stepping off the boat from Austria the day before. Her great-grandpa was killed as the hotel collapsed leaving grandpa @15 an orphan that spoke no English.