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Old 03-21-2009, 09:33 PM   #1
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History Pictures #7 Revisited

Please note that section #5 and #6 are all on one thread. They should have been seperate. There is a total of 20 classic pictures.

This thread will conclude the series.

Thank you for you viewing and I hope that your enjoyment has been as great as my desire to share these few pictures with you.

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Old 03-21-2009, 10:12 PM   #2
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PeeWee,

Thanks VERY much for sharing all these great photos. They are absolutely amazing.

I see that you even got some "billing" in one of the shots!

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Old 03-21-2009, 10:37 PM   #4
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On each of the trailer's #2 I had a billing as Pee Wee.

This picture shows the Caravans that my Mother, Helen Byam Schwamborn, had been on as of 1957.

It doesn't show my adventure on the Caravan #1, in 1951, to Mexico and Central America. But it does show three Caravans that I traveled on with my Mother, 1955 Eastern Canadian, 1956 European, and 1957 Eastern Canadian.

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PeeWee, in the shot with you and the oxen, with mud spattered on the curbside quarter panel, it looks like #2 did a little "off-roading". You know it's been a good trip when you get mud on 'em!

Is that a blackboard or chalkboard on the curbside of #2 in the same shot? I could swear it looks like one.
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A little mud is good! A lot of mud is wonderful.

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PeeWee, in the shot with you and the oxen, with mud spattered on the curbside quarter panel, it looks like #2 did a little "off-roading". You know it's been a good trip when you get mud on 'em!

Is that a blackboard or chalkboard on the curbside of #2 in the same shot? I could swear it looks like one.
"In the olde daze" campsites weren't always on pavement, or trailer parks. We were rough, ready and we had no A/C's, but gee, that was another tyme.

On our trailer we always had a blackboard, so Mom could notify the Caravanners as to the what's, and howze we doing today things.
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