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  1. #151
    Voosh is offline
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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    Amy,

    Wait. Wait. I found it in an obscure journal of the absurd. It's a S'Brth Cranus Imbecillicus. Unfortunately, a species that's on the rise & not many antidotes. Sorry..
    Yeah, Yeah - IMHO

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    Miss you Voosh. Hi to Kathy.
    Remember Yesterday, Dream About Tomorrow, But Live Today.

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    Every time I arrive part of me pretends its the first time - best method I've found to avoid getting caught up in the nostalgia of times gone by. But for the purpose of this thread...
    - Dinner at Au Port, and the time my recently wed wife and I were sharing each others eyes when the waiter brought us a bottle of wine, because someone there had seen us together and felt like treating us, and well, because it was St Barth.
    - When Shell Beach really was ankle deep in shells.
    - And also the Shell Museum in Corossol where Mr Magras would share stories of his specimens, and his adventures on his sailboat the Pourquoi Pas, with my children when they were younger.

  4. #154
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom H View Post
    And also the Shell Museum in Corossol where Mr Magras would share stories of his specimens, and his adventures on his sailboat the Pourquoi Pas, with my children when they were younger.
    There was a recent mention in one of the island news sources that the collection from the Shell Museum may move to the Brigantin building, which the Collectivité recently purchased.

  5. #155
    Tom H is offline
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    It would be great if that came to be Kevin. It was a perfect thing for the kids to enjoy when taking a day away from the beach. And they would spend the next few days looking for similar shells they had seen at the museum.

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    We had some delightful sailing trips aboard the monohull “French Kiss”. The young couple that owned the boat took visitors around the island. As I recall, they were only in St. Barth for a brief time in the early 90s.

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    Re: Things Remembered and No Longer There

    carnival ride for children at the grocery store.

  8. #158
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinS View Post
    There was a recent mention in one of the island news sources that the collection from the Shell Museum may move to the Brigantin building, which the Collectivité recently purchased.
    That would be wonderful, Kevin . . . the collection has been in search of a home for a long time!

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    I agree with Tom H dinner at Au Port brings back so many memories. They had this lamb medallions dinner that has never been duplicated. Sitting on the balcony before the post office was built was an amazing experience. The true St. Barth experience and another reason Cheryl and I fell in love with the Island back in 1987

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