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Old Apr 4, 2004, 11:00 AM   #1
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Default Good old days, munch time

Before the clock strikes twelve, here's one for the pundits:

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Old Apr 4, 2004, 12:48 PM   #2
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Late 70's, early 80's, copied from a newspaper clip about a group of young men on a long hike. BTW, 35 is backwards.

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Selvin, that's Kevin Nealon eating the long basting brush?!?! I think I'd be eating more than you guys were, if I hiked 35 miles! Or did you skate this - is that one of the "S"s?
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Selvin, is it you the second one from right, bottom row ?

If I remember well from a previous avatar of yours ?
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I'm clueless on this one other than, like others suspect, it's a possible hiking trip (and that the newsletter/paper folk didn't notice the wrong side of the negative was used).
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Thanks for the guesses, well done

The year was approximately 1962, a field trip into underground caves for my High School Science Club in Jamaica, West Indies.

Yes Sergio, good eyes and memory, that is me second from the right at the bottom row. The lanky fellow is actually a brother (just about to be priest) eating a stalk of sugar cane. The remainder of individuals are now professionals scattered throughout the world and some have remeined in Jamaica.

The hike was actually into the cave behind us for several miles underground.

The reverse 35 was a point of laughter since I had actually developed the print for the yearbook and somehow they didn't notice that I had done it in reverse.

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Ahhhh - "S" for spelunking!
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Old Apr 5, 2004, 12:57 PM   #8
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I thought I was seeing a cave in the background, but I've been so consistently wrong that I decided keeping silent would be a nice little change.
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