Pete Goes To Khoury's

Pete Meets Our Friends

Pete Meets Our Friends... Fun Is Had By All

After a day in Long Beach we headed for Khoury's so Pete could find out about the people we hang with.... I think it was more fun that he originally expected.

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Brenda and Sam made the evening special! Smile and giggles!

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A quick sketch was required

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Sue and Pete awaiting their first drink

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Thank you Sam... All three of us were here

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The dance music starts

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"Now how does this work again???"

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A Quick Walk Outside

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Catalina in the back ground

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The sun sets in the west


A bit of artistic license and....

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The bird was flying between the boats transferring supplies

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It's a race

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We Heard Clicks In The Background


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Al & Margie Leibowitz

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"It's cooler out here"

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The ships are coming in

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Craig and Marianne Join The Party

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Pete is doing well on his Jack & Coke

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Outside again to cool off

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They have to work tomorrow... Bummer

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She sanf Unchained Melody

Did You Know? - "Unchained Melody" is a 1955 song with music by Alex North and lyrics by Hy Zaret. It has become one of the most recorded songs of the 20th century, by some counts having spawned over 500 versions in hundreds of different languages.

In 1955, North used the music as a theme for the prison film Unchained, hence the name. Todd Duncan sang the vocals for the film soundtrack.[2] Les Baxter (Capitol Records catalog number 3055), released an instrumental version which reached #2. Then song recordings were released by Al Hibbler (Decca Records #29441) reaching #3 on the Billboard charts, Jimmy Young which hit #1 in the United Kingdom, and Roy Hamilton (Epic Records no. 9102) reaching #1 on the R&B Best Sellers list and #6 on the pop chart.[3] Hundreds of other recordings followed.

It was the July 1965 version by The Righteous Brothers that became a jukebox standard for the late 20th century, regaining massive popularity when used in the 1990 blockbuster film Ghost.

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Pete like it!

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Pete, Al and MArgie

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The Dancers

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And The Beat Goes On

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