1970's/1980's - a great time

  • Marbess Russia (Private)
    6 months ago
    Boston Common
    Hi, my friend! I d looked the photos and read the comments in this album with great pleasure! How many memories evokes while viewing old photos! How good to be back in a lovely places of youth. How many can say the old house, the area,the roof...the brick...
  • Peter DeVoogd (Private)
    5 years 7 months ago
    Triumph on Fort Hill
    I remember your father's visit and I sure do remember that house. Laurel lived there, her two girls, Asia and Moriah, Susan Billingsly, a drug dealing dwarf who drove an XKE Jaguar and talked of "Dwarf Rage", the Johnson Bros. (?), And a shortish guy who was the male Susan Billingsley, can't remember his name. Oh yeah, Laurel's sister, Samantha, Sammy, lived there too.
    • (Anonymously) (Private)
      7 months ago
      that must be why I bought a used XK8 Jag.  There was also a doctor for a while who ended up living with Diane in Mission Hill.  He, of course, worked in a Hospice and was IMHO a deadly boring dude.
      • (Anonymously) (Private)
        7 months ago
        I think his name was Andy Billings - ironic name if Peter's memory is right about similar/same names.
        that must be why I bought a used XK8 Jag.  There was also a doctor for a while who ended up living with Diane in Mission Hill.  He, of course, worked in a Hospice and was IMHO a deadly boring dude.
  • Mr Zichrend (Private)
    8 months ago
    Diane and "Freddy" in my father's car
    i  am an chinese college student,  i want know you
  • Peter DeVoogd (Private)
    5 years 7 months ago
    Adam and DB
    Yeah I knew Joel. I thought I'd heard that he got into trouble for something involving children? Anyway I was in a fog for much of the spring of 1975 cuz of Laurel. I'd sure love to see a picture of her. I guess I just moved in different circles than you and Diane. That was the beauty of it, we were free to do our own thing. We were a nice family.