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Search: Posts Made By: John Campbell
Forum: The Galley 28th November 2007, 19:38
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When we apprentices in Bank Line lucky enough to...

When we apprentices in Bank Line lucky enough to get to Buenos Aires got a run ashore in the early fifties we dined on the sizzling bife de lomo (filet mignon) and juicy sweetbreads with papas fritas...
Forum: The Galley 17th September 2007, 21:01
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Posted By John Campbell
I sailed with an Irish Master who graded the...

I sailed with an Irish Master who graded the lunch time Caltex Curry as HOT, BLOODY HOT or BEJESUS. Nothing ever could beat a good lunch curry followed by an afternoon kip - when you were mate and...
Forum: The Galley 23rd August 2007, 21:10
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Posted By John Campbell
There was the famous story about the "Goose for...

There was the famous story about the "Goose for Christmas".
In the 1950s ships used to carry chicken coops on the poop deck and on my first ship there were two between the docking bridge on the...
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