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    Once upon a Cortez Pearl... Senior Pearl-Guide.com Pearl Expert CortezPearls's Avatar
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    And for today...even if Jennifer Heebner has covered this in the #ThisisPearl digital magazine for last month (February 2021) it seems there is still a trend on "Men Wearing Pearls", this time an article from Business & Arts.

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    Talking of men wearing pearls...Name:  josh.jpg
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Size:  34.1 KB When Josh Humbert was over here we met up at Stonehenge for me to collect some Kamoka pearls.
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    What a great photo of you and Josh, Wendy! BTW, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, WENDY!! And I'm so excited to receive your book as soon as it is released here in the US!
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    Cool! Stonehenge and men in pearls!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pattye View Post
    What a great photo of you and Josh, Wendy! BTW, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, WENDY!! !
    Back in the day when the hair was reddish...
    It must have looked deeply suspect that I handed over a wad of cash in exchange for a small package. With hindsight it's a lucky escape from being arrested!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pearlescence View Post
    It must have looked deeply suspect that I handed over a wad of cash in exchange for a small package. With hindsight it's a lucky escape from being arrested!
    That is so funny!

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    Too funny!

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    Happy Birthday Wendy
    And the story is way too funny! And the pic is great! Stonehenge is one of those places I need to visit on my future visit to the Ilses
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    It's been horribly improved now. My daughter and I abandoned an attempt a couple of years ago. I can still remember when tickets were sold by a man in a little shed and you could walk around the stones.
    Now it is all heritage and a deliberate tourist attraction with exhibitions and stuff. The only magical way to see it now is to drive along the A303 and there it suddenly is, nestled in the landscape and as amazing as ever
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    Happy (belated?) birthday, Wendy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pearlescence View Post
    It's been horribly improved now. My daughter and I abandoned an attempt a couple of years ago. I can still remember when tickets were sold by a man in a little shed and you could walk around the stones.
    Now it is all heritage and a deliberate tourist attraction with exhibitions and stuff. The only magical way to see it now is to drive along the A303 and there it suddenly is, nestled in the landscape and as amazing as ever
    I'm getting old. I was at Stonehenge before there were any tickets at all. Didn't help build it, though