Stuff like Log Cabins, Kayaking,books, family and my attempts at the art world.
Welcome, welcome, welcome. As a follower of your blog for a very long time, I am delighted to see your join up to Sepia Saturday. Hopefully a lot of others will discover your blog via this link-up
Good to see you here on Sepia Saturday and with an RAF man who is your Dad. Look forward to seeing more of your posts.
Thanks, I follow the blog a lot and finally had something to add.
These are great photos to have to remember your dad by. Welcome to the group!
Hi John, Welcome! What a great post and blog that you have here. Your kids are so cute. Please join SS on Facebook also, if you haven't already.Have fun with your bat celebration,Kathy M.
I will join it on facebook as soon as I can.
How fortunate that you said ‘Yes’ to the DVD and gained even more insight on your Dad. I spotted ‘Something a Little Different’ in your popular posts roll.It may not be apparent to everyone and you should put a link to it within this Sepia Saturday post. Great stuff.
Thanks. He was alive when we did the research, but had had his stroke by the time we found the other picture.
How great that you were able to get that info about your dad. Thank goodness for the Internet.Welcome to sepia Saturday.Nancy
Those are good photos of your dad and it is nice that you were able to find out more on the internet.
if ya type long enough, something usually comes up.Thanks all.
Great post- your dad looks very handsome in his uniform. Welcome to SS!
How did that hat stay put cocked like that? Your dad rocks that hat, for sure! (Welcome to SS -- looking forward to more of your posts.)
He looks so young to be going to war. My father in law was in the RAF during WWII and I have a few photos of him quite like your father's.
He would have been about 19 when he went in. Almost 20,
All the soldiers, sailors, pilots, (all our fathers) Were once such young men..it is a very good single photo. And he looks with a twinkle in his eye....
He was a good man, and did not come away from the war with a chip on his shoulder.
How wonderful that you and your Dad spent time together on this project. Wonderful memories for you to treasure.