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The first week of September our son, daughter-in-law (Zac and Rebecca) and year old granddaughter (Annie) will be joining us in Nancy for a few days. Annie's first trip,
Then we will be heading south to Colman, Chamois, Lyon and then over to the Dordogne area - then up to the Loire Valley, Normandy and back to Paris for a few days,
Want to record this trip - and this is easier than keeping handwritten journals.
So bye for now
It's August 7th, 24 days before we leave for France. It's our first trip as a family. Annie will be a little over 14 months old. I was kind of dreading the whole thing, how we will we do it, will Annie be a nightmare. I had a glimpse of what it could be several nights ago and my fears have been eased. The story goes we met down at the ballpark intending to walk home, met some people who offered us tickets. What to do? We have no bottle, one diaper, some wipes and ...
Well what are we doing here?
The intention is to get to make our way to Columbus in Ohio to see Bryan's friend John whom he first met when he was training in Majorca for his Channel Swim. John was out there training too and they have kept in touch ever since and even met up in London when Bryan popped back to England briefly from Thailand.
So John and his wife Maryline have invited us to stay and everyone knows we will always say yes - word of ...
... walking her around the lobby after I ate so her dad and mom (Phil and Lisa) could eat in peace. Sierra is 17 now and here I am with another baby on my lap. I think that's pretty cool. We said our goodbyes and promised to do a better job of keeping in touch. After lunch we drove to Chicago to mooch off of Aunt Catherine and Uncle Renny, Jean's aunt and uncle. Aunt Catherine is famous for the wonderful meals she prepares, and ...
... at Gettysburg (July 1 1863), painted in 1883 by Philippoteax, built in 1962, designed by the famous Richard Neutra on the site where the point of view was taken. This is a stunning public building for the 60s, and I was tortured to find out it had been replaced by a horrid red mc-american-walmart-sized-barn in a ditch, and they planned to demolish the masterpiece so as to free the viewpoint and battlefield. The painting (when i eventually found it) was huge and ...