Here's a shot of me as 'Little Silver,' the heir to the James Brown legacy, part of our 70's retro-spoof band Chunk-'O-Funk.
The three boys with Mikey, on our first trip to Jamaica, in Genge's yard. I always thought of the place as a garden of earthly delights. Nothing like it in Toronto.
The three of us announcing our arrival somewhere....the name of the place escapes me.
Me, Paul and Guy on Christmas at home. Few people knew by then we were the most famous sweater models in the western hemisphere.
Mom and Genge the year Donna and David got married. I love this one; they both look so happy.
Here we are in front of Space Mountain the year it opened in 1976. The lineups were about an hour long, but worth every minute, as the ride completely blew my head off. It was short, but packed with the most incredible special effects I'd ever seen. And then 'Star Wars' opened later that summer; all in all a good time to be a nerdy sci-fi fan. I still have that camera case with it's original
Dad 'setting the standard' in what I beleive is the Ramphal estate in Georgetown. This clearly puts to rest any controversy about how 'de close don' mek de man!'
Here's a great shot of Dad in UC colours. Always wondered what became of that jacket; still certain it might fit me pretty well.........
Me, Debbie, Angela, Guy, Paul, Greg and Dawn, with Mom taking the picture. I look so pasty because of my friend's annual Christmas Eve party the night (and very early morning) before. This picture was taken before the spring, and what the Neil's would term 'the chain-gang time,' or what we called 'the gardening chores.' Mom for some inexplicable reason, still refers to it as 'fun.'
A rare photo of Pauluskta, Jimglukti, and Guylakktak, our oft-forgotten Inuit cousins. This early love of so called 'extreme cycling' led to a dangerous liason with the Diablos Angelicos gang, and later a successful career in politics.