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nbsp;The old drinking buddy photo emerges, remembering myself as a childnbsp;sitting beside dad as he told me the story that I remember butfragmentsnbsp;of today.nbsp;This is getting a little neat kind of weird!nbsp;Visiting with my mom this weekend I mentioned the subject of my trip.news.nbsp;Is it possible to still walk in those Fifty plus year old tracks of mynbsp;Father and hoist a mug under the same model train?nbsp;Tim K localhost/appears the face of old Bavaria is changing.netwrote in messagenews:UYkdc.My Dad had few proud possessions, but one was a rather plain pair ofLeiderhosen he brought back from USAF service in Germany during theearly 1950's. Meir Gustles (sp?)was the name; the beery song they sangwas still repeated occasionally in kind.Italso appears the strongest smoke sold in town is Dutch tobacco Wasmann,the Old Dutch pipe store, Reguliersbreestraat 7.lt;ggt;I knowdad visited somewhat distant relatives in some small town north ofWinterswijk, but a pamphlet jumped out at me I never saw before.In doing some trip genealogy research I stumbled into someoldnbsp;photo's he took while there; the usual stuff, US servicemen standingnbsp;together and waving, hoisting a mug and such.4437$l75. It appears the sexiest thing advertisedopenly is Palo, purveyor of hosiery and lingerie Nylon our Specialtyappearing below a gracefully clad set of legs Kalverstraat 200.lt;ggt;So as circumstances continue to unfold, almost exactly 52 years after1952,I will walk some of the same streets my father did. Meir Gustles (sp?)was the name; the beery song they sangnbsp;was still repeated occasionally in kind.Then the story camebacknbsp;to me.In doing some trip genealogy research I stumbled into some oldphoto's he took while there; the usual stuff, US servicemen standingtogether and waving, hoisting a mug and such.net.lt;ggt;Tim KTim Kroesen lt;tkroesen@earthlink. as hisgreat,great, great Grandfather did.A *postcard* from the very place in question I didn'tnbsp;remember!nbsp;Maier Gustl's Frankfurt a.earthlink.1650$zj3.Can anyone confirm if this establishmentstill exists?Second item of great interest was a story I was never told.The old drinking buddy photo emerges, remembering myself as a childsitting beside dad as he told me the story that I remember but fragmentsof today.Brother digs up an old box she sends him for in the attic which containsmy dads old souvenirs, photo's, etc; a young Air Force Corporal inreconstruction Germany 1952. M.nbsp;My Dad had few proud possessions, but one was a rather plain pair ofnbsp;Leiderhosen he brought back from USAF service in Germany during thenbsp;early 1950's.earthlink.Still wore them regularly in the Summer for many yearsafter.nbsp;Brother digs up an old box she sends him for in the attic whichcontainsnbsp;my dads old souvenirs, photo's, etc; a young Air Force Corporal innbsp;reconstruction Germany 1952.Then the story came backto me.Is it possible to still walk in those Fifty plus year old tracks of myFather and hoist a mug under the same model train?Tim KThis is getting a little neat kind of weird!Visiting with my mom this weekend I mentioned the subject of my trip.4127@newsread2.lt;ggt;nbsp;Anyone have any notion as to where this place was, exact name and ifitnbsp;still exists?One picture showed a large gauge antique model trainnbsp;setup running on tracks around the perimeter of the ceiling.Still wore them regularly in the Summer for many yearsnbsp;after.Can anyone confirm if thisestablishmentnbsp;still exists?
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