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Mr. G's Round Hill Lodge
The first page that sincerely and whole-heartedly welcomed you here.

Mr. G's RoutesAbout:
A VERY limited history, primarily the notice of the fire on Sunday, 20 January 1974 at 11:30pm (23.30h)

Random thoughts on the place… as memories become more vivid… and fade.

Juke Box:
A collection/list of links to some of the music from the juke box (that I can remember). If you know of modifications or additions, PLEASE contact me. I’ve been working on this for about 40 years now and it seems it will almost never end. ANY and ALL input is appreciated (by me, and I’m sure, others).

“Heavenly” (satellite) views of the location in perspective of the town, villages and surrounding area, as well as the property itself, with “commentaries”.

Guests & Residents
Leave a note. Say “Hi”. Leave a comment. Or maybe, tell somebody you’re “interested”. It’s a form, a “forum” where you can post your own comments here for others to see and read and reply to. If you post, maybe those of us who are “still around” can communicate and share memories and stories with each-other and the rest of the world. Connect. Re-connect. Re-unite. Breathe a little “Life” back into the place.

It was the 1970’s, Disco music was only just coming along, “DJ’s” were prying their way into the rule, realm and reign of the “juke-box”, we could dance and drink, laugh and cry for a night, a full day, a full week-end, and never lose a breath. Who of us ever thought it would ever end?
If you were there, if you know of some-one who was, at G’s, and they’re no longer dancing on this Earth, please(?), feel free to remind us all. It’s said “the Internet is forever”. Well, obviously we’re not, but if the Internet is… one day, some-where, some-body will stumble here, some-how… and Mr. G’s will STILL “be”.

A direct way to contact me, as anonymously as you might wish. Say “Hi”. Ask questions. Provide your own insight. Recount your own memories. It’s ALL, with-out exception, warmly and whole-heartedly welcome.

Mr. G's Round Hill LodgeThank you, for being here.