"It looks like they had almost as much fun as we did."


The Royal Ontario Museum - Toronto, ON

8 comments:

Michael said...

The second picture is Toronto actually. That is the new-build on the Royal Ontario Museum.

JL Beadles said...

Oh! Can you post a "Lost Memory Card" so in case someone found mine, they can find me?? I moved a bunch of photos from my cell phone to my SanDisk Mini-card (for Cingular 8125), and was in the process of moving it off the card onto my pc. There's all kinds of stuff on there - an antique/classic car show in Wichita, KS; photos of my son; photos of the zoo from Sedgwick County Zoo.

The back of my disk, in black Sharpey pen, is labled "Bible" because the disk also has some of the files from my OliveTree.com bibles. Also I believe it has the "Hallelujah Chorus" on it.

My disk would have been lost somewhere in the Wichita metro - north east Wichita, Rose Hill, Kechi, Park City, West Wichita, I drive all over town in a weeks' worth of time! I'm deaf/hard of hearing, and didn't hear it pop out of my cell phone. I noticed it missing 2 weeks ago, around the 19th or 20th Jan. 2008).

Thanks in advance, for anyone for finding it & looking here!!

Anonymous said...

My favorite hotel in Montreal- The Delta.

Lud said...

I think I know the redhead, i'll send her a link to your blog.

Found said...

lud-

thank you!

Anonymous said...

Wow I didn't know they had memory cards in the 70's!LOL!

Anonymous said...

Yes - the "memory cards" in the 70's were called "key punch cards" and didn't do diddly squat for photos.

Maybe they took their digital camera and memory stick to make copies of their grandma's vintage 70's scrapbook complete with 70's film photos?

soundslikejim said...

I know the bearded dude! I facebooked him about it just a second ago!!

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