My Miscellaneous Photos
Wreckage of a Wellington bomber crashed on a Welsh hillside
On 6th July 1942, a Wellington bomber (R1465) of the RCAF crashed into Cwar y Gigfran and all five crew members were killed (R88687 F/Sgt. J. B. Kemp, R71725 F/Sgt. E. E. Mittel, R75322 Sgt. H. C. Beatty, R82352 Sgt. J. P. Hayes and R106035 Sgt. K. F. Yuill). The wreckage is still there today.
The last meeting of my 'Sex Goddess Club' 2003
Come on girls, when's the next meeting? I'll pay for dinner!
At last, the Sex Goddess's meet again, Christmas Eve, 2004
And yes, there's a new Goddess, the gorgeous Carol joins delectable Debbie, sexy Sandra and the beautiful Kirsty in worshipping their Spiritual Leader!
An Iraqui Tank
Mike, the designer and builder of 'The Nerve Centre'
The 'Works' Cricket Team
She pops in for tea at our house quite often!
The Spicy Girls
They are hotter than Gerri and Posh!
The Party in the Park 2003
The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra playing Carmina Burana in Meyrick Park.
The Party in the Park 2004
The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra playing The Planets Suite in Meyrick Park.
Natasha, Chloe, Stephanie and Sophie
Natasha, Chloe and Sophie are three of my four 'lovely daughters'.
Gemma and Natasha
Jade is the fourth 'lovely daughter'.
Meg and Lauren get 'Brain-Freeze'
Luke, Ryan and Ollie
The 'orrible nephews!
Marc, Adam, Kira and Kirsty
The Wilson Family
My Younger Days
BSA A7, BSA B25 Starfire and BSA C15
The Pictures The Military Don't Want You To See!
Submitted by my good friend Gene in the USA
Mark V Star Tank in Bournemouth
This tank is pictured outside what is now W. H. Smiths in Boscombe. Taken in December 1918.
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