Any old Pics


#2508

Perfect race track for my campervan, with its dodgy drum brakes and vague steering with inches of play…


#2509

Underpants in ToC’s fave colour a must…:smile:


#2510

@A_Touch_of_Cloth’s bucket would seem more of an obvious choice in the event of having to drive down that.


#2511

This was a bit of fun. Passo di Stelvio…

Needed Pork though :+1:


#2512

Those two cyclists seem to be making good time going up that hill. Can’t be that difficult to drive down it…:unamused:


#2513

like most of the lorries you are likely to meet along there


#2514

Your comment deserves a…


#2515

Youth worker playing with children - Abbostford Place in the Gorbals, Glasgow 1966


#2516


#2517

Every picture tells a story. But, for the life of me, I can’t figure that one out


#2518

I have a thing about wonky picture frames, and always adjust them if I see one out of kilter.

There’s two in that pic …aaaarrrrgh!!:crazy_face::crazy_face:


#2519

I like the one on the door frame. Quality hanging :grinning:


#2520

There’s a beaded curtain in that home somewhere, trust me.


#2521

My paternal gran had those bloody things everywhere!


#2522

Thanks, now I know how to troll you better. :grinning:


#2523

Except now you’ve said it :roll_eyes:


#2524

Nah, most of what you do is wonky…I’ve learned to live with it :smiley:


#2525

Am I the only one that finds the two handed hamster grip method of eating toast disturbing?


#2526

Whats worse is all the butter is going to slide off at that VTA. :wink:


#2527

Chinese labourers employed building the Canadian Pacific Railway.
From 1881 to 1884 some 17,000 Chinese came to British Columbia to work on the railway. They did the most dangerous and back breaking jobs for $1.00 a day (unlike white workers they also had to buy their own food and kit), white workers received between $1.50 - $2.50. It is estimated that 600-1000 died.
In an 1885 slap in the face the Chinese Head Tax was passed charging any immigrant from China a $50.00 fee to enter Canada, in order to stem the “yellow invasion”.