At Dave's Home Afterwords
Tim Town (Cathy's Son)
Barbara Town (Cathey's daughter)
Nancy Adamson and Vicky Kuhn enjoy Katella Deli handiwork
Lisa Chartier, Nick, Robin (Paul and Sue's Daughter), Sarah, and Jon (Paul and Sue's Grandson)
Dueling cameras featuring Mark Fuller (Dave's son-in-law)
Shelly (neighbor) talks to Sue while Franklin (Paul and Sue's son-in-law) talks to Tim
Cathy keeps the food coming
Checkout the table cloths
Nancy Adamson (dancing friend), Vicky Kuhn, Shelly, and Sue
Small world... Shelly's aunt use to babysite Cathey's kids in Canyon Lake
Del Kuhn and Tim McTevia (Dave's brother) talk cars... what else???
OMG... Got them to stop car talk to smile
Bob Duda and Sargeant Pete Chartier (Paul & Sue's son-in-laws) enjoy Dave's cars....
These guys would stop by and visit Dave and talk cars amd the military
Nick missed Dave and his stories
Family Photos Were Taken In The Back Yard
Tim Town and Tim McTevia
Tim, Cathy (with antenna) and Barbara
Did You Know? - The V sign is a hand gesture in which the index and middle fingers are raised and parted, while the other fingers are clenched. It has various meanings, depending on the cultural context and how it is presented. It is most commonly used to represent the letter V as in "victory", as a symbol of peace (usually with palm outward), as an offensive gesture (palm inward), to represent the number two, and as purely expressive gesture with no intended meaning.
Better without antennas
Uncle Tim joins the frey
Keep those smiles coming
Uncle Tim and Cathy
OK, one more big smile
Jackie (from Arkansas), Tim, Cathy and Debbie
Cathy, Jackie, and Debbie
Cathy, Jackie, and Debbie
Cathy, Jackie, and Debbie mimic those famous monkeys
the Three Wise Monkeys carved on a stable housing sacred horses at Tōshōgū shrine, Nikkō, Japan "Hear, Speak, See no evil"
Did you know? - The three wise monkeys ( Japanese : 三 猿 , san'en or sanzaru, or 三 匹 の 猿 , sanbiki no saru, literally "three monkeys") are a pictorial maxim . Together they embody the proverbial principle to "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil".
The three monkeys are Mizaru, covering his eyes, who sees no evil; Kikazaru, covering his ears, who hears no evil; and Iwazaru, covering his mouth, who speaks no evil. Sometimes there is a fourth monkey depicted with the three others; the last monkey, Shizaru, symbolizes the principle of "do no evil". He may be shown crossing his arms.
There are various meanings ascribed to the monkeys and the proverb including associations with being of good mind, speech and action. In the western world the phrase is often used to refer to those who deal with impropriety by looking the other way , refusing to acknowledge it, or feigning ignorance.
OK... Maybe sometimes just a little
Behind bars.... The other photographer works on the sidelines
Tina (Debbie's daughter) gets everyone together
Tim says "What is that??"