Taken less than a week apart -the same two trees.
Last week’s Throwback Thursday was the Mandolin Club. This week it’s basketball season. How about Rockford High School, Illinois basketball teams in 1906?
Another page or two from my grandmother’s yearbook. No relatives on either team but thought the photos were interesting to see, even if you don’t know the people.
Mr. Paul Lucas was coach of both teams. It states “he has never once faltered in his plan.”
We drove up to Squirrel Hill to pick up Aiello’s pizza for Supper. On the way home we switched drivers so I could photograph the movie making scene at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary in East Liberty. We didn’t stop, but I caught a glimpse of the action as we went by. Perhaps it’s the Tom Hanks movie everyone is abuzz about. Check out the cars!
My grandson Jack (15) took this photo while he was rewarding Henry the Airedale with a dog biscuit.
So fun to turn down a one way street to try to get back to the main drag in Dormont and find this couch by the side of a building. Waiting for me. Rear view mirror check, pull to the curb. No one behind. Even better. Blinkers on. Window rolled down. Click. Like finding the hidden egg in a hunt.
I photographed this house before. New housing developments are all being built all around what used to be farmland, cornfields. Barns
From my grandmother’s high school yearbook