... the journal

The Guest
Refrigerator Door

The next set is small belongs to son Tom
and his girlfriend, Laurel.

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I'm not sure why this photo frame is on their fridge, but it is.   Pretty, eh?

* Discussion *

Talk about it here.


Finished Sarum
by Edward Rutherfurd

Finished Shattered
by Dick Francis

Looking for a new book


Basic Instinct


Samples of two of the
slide shows I've been making
can be downloaded from
this ZDNet page

Pictures from the Cincinnati are now up at Steve's Club Photo page.

Pictures from our Family reunion are on my own Club Photo page.

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That's it for today!


30 September 2001

I have spent 2 days bleary-eyed, looking at photos and putting together slide shows for our trip.  So I'm going to make a cop out here and just post a few pictures from the trip.  Just some that are kind of memorable.

First, from London:

newspapr8.jpg (9419 bytes)This is one of the newspaper headlines that I saved.   The queen had ordered a special changing of the guard where they played "The Star Spangled Banner," and this picture was taken at a special memorial service held at Westminster Abbey on the national day of mourning.



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This is our group all checking a map in Brighton.  L to R:   Mary, diane, Walt, Ellen, Rob, Mary Lou.  (diane's daughter Elizabeth is in front)

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These are from Salisbury Cathedral.  Check the columns on the right--they bent in the 1200s when the 404' tall spire was added to the roof of the cathedral.

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This is Mary, myself, and Sian on the ferry which will take us from the village of Stromness, Orkney to the island of Graemsay, where Sian's house is located (have I mentioned it's next to a lighthouse?)


gurnes.jpg (26344 bytes)This is yours truly standing in the ruins of a small settlement that was built in the first century AD.  This is the Broch of Gurness and it was my favorite of the pre- and early historic sites we visited, because you could get out and walk around inside the ruins and really get a feel for how the people lived.

And now I'm going to rest my weary eyes and go to sleep.

One Year Ago:
Lost in Beverly Hills (and everywhere else)

Some pictures from this journal
can be found at
Club Photo

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