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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

SNAPSHOTS:PENNY RAN ACROSS THESE, NOT SURE WHERE THEY CAME FROM?

This is Ringling Bros. Gold, in Japan, in 1989


How's that for a Marquee????

5 Comments:

Anonymous ugleyamerican said...

Notr all the porta johns beside the tent. Half of them were American style and half were Japanese sqatting style. Interesting was that the largest per cent of Japanese would line up to the American ones. True story, and if you have ever been in Japan you can understand why. They also eat with two little sticks and drive on the wrong side of the road.

2/13/2007 2:45 PM  
Anonymous larry allen dean said...

I think that may be the 1990 tour as That looks like the King Tusk tractor
I don't remember that being there in 1989

2/13/2007 4:10 PM  
Blogger Mr. Lee said...

This was 89" alexander turned 3 over there and Sebastian turned 1..

2/13/2007 7:58 PM  
Blogger 24-HOUR-MAN said...

larry allen dean:
Do you remember you & Junior stopping to visit the Vargas Show in El Paso on your way home, in '88. This was the second year '89.

Besides, would I put a date without checking with "Encyclopedia Woodcock"?

2/13/2007 8:15 PM  
Anonymous larry allen dean said...

sorry 'bout that I was thinking Gold unit Japan was '89 & '90
I was wrong it was '88 & '89

2/14/2007 9:34 AM  

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