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Category Archives: travel
Editor’s note: This summer we spent a few days at the “clubhouse” built by my great-grandparents near Clearwater Lake. It was our first time back there in a few years. Though the lake was very high because of spring floods, … Continue reading
Here are a few scenes from our recent trip down south to Texas.
On March 3, Jadzia and her Viper Bots teammates joined the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri for a STEM expo at the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City.
It’s been 10 years of wedded bliss for Yoli and me!
This morning Yoli and I had a rare kid-free couple of hours. We thought it would be fun to to see the new film Jerusalem on the Imax screen at the St. Louis Science Center. The film is very nicely … Continue reading
Last year was a summer of waiting, as our house was rebuilt. This year was a summer of change. The biggest change was unexpected and swift: My dad lost his job of 25 years, but in short order found a … Continue reading
My Nan grew up in Wellingborough, England. Last week I got to see her childhood home, and today we went to her birth home in order to shoot a short little video. (Nan’s brother, Uncle Raymond, jokingly claims she was … Continue reading
Sunday began bright and early: we had to catch a train from Wellingborough into London for the day.
Wow, what a day! Andrew and Toni took Nan and me around to a number of villages in Northamptonshire with family connections. The first stop was Brafield on the Green. At the church we found a lady who had just … Continue reading