Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by dennismartin, Feb 29, 2012.
Rip davey jones OF THE MONKEES
Enjoyed him in the monkees rip
Just read the news on Yahoo.
Part of my childhood--we were all in love with him at age about 12.
Much underated and meligned but some in their hay day, but i thought great entertainment and some cracking songs...:thumb:
Didn't think he or his band were much cop. He always came across as a nice gut though.
Heart attack at 66, too soon.
So sorry to hear of his death RIP Davy Jones
He was my favourite in the monkees and the original boy band I fell in love with when I was around 13 didn't have any radio or TV at my house had to go to a friends after school and listen to it on her radio, oh the memories ahhhh
Not any age though was he, just shows you have to live life NOW!!!!
Hubby's a year older than him, doesn't bear thinking about
You never know what's round the corner.:Sad:
Enjoy your life whilst you can.
Shirley grew up with him as a local lad. He was a little older. RIP
RIP Davey, gone before your time
The jokes have already started to surface though, like Is he going to be burried at sea in his locker?
I'm a day dream bereaver.:Sad:
Thats a Corky:Wink:
When Kay told me this news I thought she was joking. Then I saw her face.
Really sad news. I loved the Monkees when I was a teenager growing up, Davy and Mickey were my 2 favourites.
To go at 66 is so sad:Sad:
LOL! It took me a minute to get that. I was onto another thread by the time the gears clicked into place.
And yes 66. It is far too young. It makes you think doesn't it. Gotta make the most of every day cos you never know.
I think I'm going to wake up the MH from its winter slumber and get some trips planned :thumb:
We've just tried to get booked up for Easter and everywhere seems to be fully booked oh:
I won't go away in the mh when it's really cold, so this is the first venture away this year.........looks like we've blown it now. Everyone else is better organised obviously, we will know better the next time round:Laughing:
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