The Pitstop (Yorkshire – Spain Road Trip)

Sarah & i were blessed last night as Sarah’s Dad & brothers came down to stay for the night on their way to Spain on holiday. Sarah’s Dad & Brother Alfie enjoyed played my old Gibson guitars for us which was lovely. Marshall also showed us how to build biscuit buildings with swiss roll towers and become a gingerbread man with a zombie head on Minecraft! It was great to see them again and i hope they all have a fantastic holiday! 

Alfie playing 1960 Gibson J45

 ⇧ My Brother in law Alfie playing the 1960 Gibson J45 ⇧ 

Father in law playing 1960 Gibson J45

⇧ My Father in law Steve playing the 1960 Gibson J45 ⇧  

Alfie playing Gibson SJ200

 ⇧ Alfie playing the Gibson SJ200 ⇧

Marshall  Alfie

⇧ My Brother in laws Marshall & Alfie ⇧

About Steve Rebus

Christian, Blind photographer, husband, plays guitar and drums. Loves researching accessible apps and technology.

4 Responses to “The Pitstop (Yorkshire – Spain Road Trip)”

  1. Nice shot of your brother in law playing the guitar.

  2. How great that they stopped by!

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