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... You had just returned from a safari in Africa and they had just retired and it was an interesting conversation as he had bought with his parents a 500 acre farm after selling a business a restaurant and some other things We got home Minnesota time at mid afternoon with little incident with good flights and easy pick up for baggage and taxi driver at home and begin the unpacking ...
... Plymouth because I was NOT a pilgrim. Alas, I spent the first two years living and the first three years working in the grand suburb that is Plymouth.
If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring?
What kind of music do pilgrims like?
Arriving in Minnesota marked the furthest I'd ever been from home ...
... really do have more fun! As soon as I get her camera to upload photos, I will share.
... unusually green and is generally brown and space. We passed many wind farms and lots of corn and some cattle. There is certainly a big difference in the area we are visiting now and is very farming and regionalised. We arrived at Pierre, South Dakota at 6.50 pm and the first thing we did was skype Mum. Dad arrived just after we dialled in and Georgie came bounding in and all chaos broke out with the girls. They look good, we chatted to Mum and Dad for a bit ...
... William "Grandpa BoomBoom" Mallery's family tree is a bit fuzzy but I was able to learn a little more about my grandmother, Mary Grace Nellie House Mallery’s Clan. Both of my maternal grandparents were pianists, but "Grandpa BoomBoom" was also a great percussionist / drummer - as was my Mother (but we didn't call her Mama BoomBoom.) My cousin Kristen took me on a side trip to visit my ...