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England 1930, a Gypsy beach camp near Epsom

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Surreal_Heidi

One of my horses was born in a Gypsy camp.

PutterDutt

I would guess that the women did most of the manual labor, Nikkis. Thanks for the visit and comment!

Ladywil and patsquire, sad to hear that, but remember that 1 bad apple can spoil the whole barrel.

ladywil2

When I was young and lived in Holland, they sometimes came there also. It was never good news, because they were not known for their honesty.

patsquire

gyp (v.) "to cheat, swindle," 1889, American English, probably derived from the colloquial shortening of Gypsy. (Dictionary.com)

Nikkis

Love these old photos and I agree about it not being a great live for a woman.

PutterDutt

You're probably right, Florrie.

PutterDutt

Hmmmm. Patsquire, is that where the term "gyp" comes from? Hope not.

I think so, too, pumpkinhead.

patsquire

The Brits call them "gypos" (or at least some of them do).

pumpkinhead

A picture that speaks many words.

Dianapuzzles

Nice!

PutterDutt

Gypsies have always fascinated me!

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