Just visited this site today! Amazing work. I was impressed that the materials were in such a good shape after 7+ years without any maintainance! Very good work and inside is feels amazingly warm in the winter!
Busses taking a short-cut across the Bayuda Desert (to avoid the toll stations), would always let some air out of their tires to get better traction in the sand. When they got back to the asphalt pavement, they would stop here to pump the tires back up and continue on. The ride across the desert was wild!! But when you got stuck in the sand everyone got out and shovelled and pushed.
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This is a beautiful photo. Thanks you for sharing.
It deserves (and I do) a << LIKE >>.
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Best regards from Grasse, in France.
I really wish you to join us in the group <<UFO>>. Thank you for responding to the invitation.
For me, this is a very interesting capture.
As far I understand, the job was well done.
Thanks you for sharing.
Of course, I LIKE this photo.
Interesting to see how they mark it. #+-+-+- GEFÄLLT MIR / LIKE! Jürgen grüßt Dich aus Frankfurt am Main / Jürgen greets you from Frankfurt-upon-Main (Germany)
Hello Max. I'm happy to get a word from you) How are you? Where did you travel?
Bill: When I visited the courthouse about 3 yrs ago to get the 1941 marriage certificate I had a nice conversation upstairs with the county clerk. She found your father's name for 1941. Did you see the picture of the courthouse with the man wearing a suit leaning out the window? Is that your father welcoming the starry-eyed young folks inside to get hitched?
Oliver Thanks for your interest in documenting my I'm from Barkal