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Old 01-25-2019, 09:11 AM
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Default Holy Grail video

Thanks Tim- What a trip! Really enjoyed it, then hooked the computer to the tv for a larger picture and watched it again with my wife. I remember enjoying Bruce Brown's "The Endless Summer" at the drivein movie in my buddy's '64 GTO.
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Old 01-25-2019, 11:51 AM
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Thanks Tim, at 1,600 miles it makes a Bahamas trip seem a bit wimpy!! Towards the end of the video when they were fishing for striped marlin it brought back some real special memories of fishing the East Cape.
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Thanks Tim....

Try to figure out how to add this vid to a quick link tab at the top..
That way it will be a click away !!

My copy has been on a thumb drive next to my prized Singer 45 in the safe..
You have a sewing machine in a safe?
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Old 01-25-2019, 09:38 PM
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Now THAT'S a movie!! Awesome cinematography for that era.

Thanks for posting that link!

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You have a sewing machine in a safe?
You could say that....

I just inherited my dad's Singer 1911A1 45 ACP that he brought back
with him from WWII !!

Had NO idea this was a real piece of history !!
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Wow, thats an awesome video of an incredible trip. Im envious for sure. Thanks for sharing that!
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You could say that....

I just inherited my dad's Singer 1911A1 45 ACP that he brought back
with him from WWII !!

Had NO idea this was a real piece of history !!
Here is my piece of history...also WWII relic...

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Old 01-27-2019, 04:08 PM
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Default Bruce Brown's films

Watching the Holy Grail video of the SeaCraft trip reminded me of Bruce Brown’s The Endless Summer. Last night while watching tv on a whim I said, “Alexa, find The Endless Summer”. Much to my surprise it quickly appeared and I watched it again after 50+ years. The film was in remarkably good condition, colors were good, beautiful scenery, great surfing and it was light hearted due to Bruce’s sense of humor. I enjoyed it again. There are some interesting Bruce interviews on the internet about his surfing and motor cycle films.
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