YESTERDAY'S TOWNS

HOWDY, MY NAME IS BILL STRONG, I'LL BE YOUR "24 HOUR MAN", ROUTING YOU INTO THE PAST TO SEE WHAT THE CIRCUS WAS IN DAYS GONE BY. IF YOU'RE LIKE ME, AND MISS WHAT IT USED TO BE, THEN COME ON ALONG AS WE GO DOWN THE ROAD FOLLOWING THE ARROWS BACKWARDS, TO "YESTERDAY'S TOWNS"! IF YOU HAVE CIRCUS RELATED PICTURES YOU WOULD LIKE POSTED, SEND THEM TO,,,,yesterday1@verizon.net,,,,AND WE WILL TRY TO FIT THEM IN. "24 HOUR MAN" WILL HAVE THE FINAL DECISION ON POSTING.

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Location: GIBSONTON, FLORIDA, United States

Three years at CWM made me a real traditionalist, and I keep remembering Bob Parkinson saying, "I want the people to see what the circus used to be, not what it is today. That's what this site is about!

Thursday, February 07, 2008

FROM KIM SUE & VLASTEK, ON BILLY MARTIN'S "COLE ALL STAR", SOMEWHERE NEAR THE NORTH POLE

BRRRRRRRR!!!!


OTHER SIDE OF BRRRRRRRR!!!!


VINCENT
Did you ever make "Angels" in the snow? I'd rather make them in the sand,,,,on the Beach!

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is an ordinary spring day shot for here. Bill, you should remember that from the load in - load out days when you performed here in the Damascus Shrine Circus.

Also, the floor was always cold during the last half of the Saturday night show,as they were starting to freeze the floor for the hockey game the next night.
That must have felt great while walking in for the high act if you closed the show.

It was very interesting for me, as I had to scrape up the two-sided tape that held the celotex down in the rings before it froze to the floor.

Those were the days!!!!

Bill Galloway, Rochester,NY

2/08/2008 7:48 PM  
Blogger Down the Road by Jim said...

Looks like a dusting of snow to me -- but , you know it's cold if your cheesehead hat sticks to your head ! At least in Wisconsin.

2/10/2008 7:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Been there, done that and Im glad Im in Florida...lol

Lauren Fairchild

2/10/2008 10:10 PM  

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