Feb 26, 2020
Below are some photos I found of my parents…
my parents in Ocean City, in 1968, before they were married
my dad is the one trying to do a head stand when falling off the surf board
he never did learn to surf…he wasn’t too good a swimmer!
The Smoky Mountains, 1969…or later, they spent a lot of weekends there before the kids came along…
I had no choice but to turn some of them black and white. That’s the way it goes sometimes… Some of the pics may be along Sky Line Drive, it’s hard to tell and I have no one to ask at this point.
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