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Date Posted: 20:55:24 03/09/19 Sat
Author: Wayne
Subject: Re: Mr G's Pine Hill (after The Lodge)
In reply to: Mr.G's "Admin" 's message, "Re: Mr G's Pine Hill (after The Lodge)" on 16:41:52 03/09/19 Sat

I'm trying to remember a bartender's name. When I first went to Mr. G's - I was very nervous, alone and frankly a little scared. I sat at the bar - and of all the songs that start playing on the jukebox it was the Moody Blues Nights in White Satin!
I'm guessing it was 1971 or 1972. I was 18 or 19. The bartender must have immediately known I was new and uneasy. He came over and his entire manner put me at ease. He made me feel welcome. He was incredibly handsome with thick dark hair and striking eyes. He was extremely protective and when he'd wait on someone he'd come right back. There was someone who made a catty remark about me and he warned them to back off. They listened.
Later when I became a 'regular' I didn't spend time at the bar so didn't see him much. I always wanted to thank him for being so kind, but you know how it is, I never did.
I'm sure someone must know who I'm talking about - he was quite popular. If I heard his name I'd remember...

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