staying in Southsea, and Dougie had accompanied me for the
first week of my few months' stay to try and take his mind
off the then-recent break up of his first marriage.
one has a couple of hairline cracks that could curtail
and Portsmouth, I decided to show some photos of myself
and Dougie from our time in Pompey. And no need to worry
his waning confidence in his ability to pull the 'burds'. He's now
been happily married (to a different lady) for the last 27 or so
years, and, whenever we happen to meet up (as we did just
last month), we enjoy reminiscing about our time in the
home of HMS VICTORY back in the mid-'80s.
other people's photo albums, then you might find this post
where'd everybody go? Fair weather friends indeed!) But I
digress. Did anyone else ever have a Microtee T-square
and do you know if they're still made today?