August 18, 2010

Happy Anniversary, Nicholas and Tiffany-Ann

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wedding guests.jpg  In case the details are fuzzy, the mothers-in-law would like to wish you both a happy 9th anniversary.

August 6, 2010

Biking in the Tetons with Audrey and Joyce.

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Randy Bike Jenny Lake.jpg  Audrey & Joanne bike tetons.jpg  Joyce, Randy, Joanne Bike Tetons.jpg

Here we are in our younger days biking in the Tetons with Audrey and Joyce.  After too long a hiatus, we’re back to biking.  It feels great!  As I recall, after Randy, Audrey and I rode through the Jenny Lake loop road, we had a big water fight.  I’ll bet Randy won. 

Happy 91st, Dad.

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Dad 80th.jpg  Here’s Dad blowing out his 80th birthday candles.  Moments after this photo was taken, the candles all fused together into one huge flame.  Dad and Mom drove to Coeur d’ Alene to celebrate his 80th, and Dad and I rode our bikes to the lake to celebrate.  Along the route, he cussed me for pedaling too slowly for him.  “I can’t balance that well,” he said.  I hope he has the best birthday, ever, tomorrow, when he turns 91. 

August 4, 2010

Happy Birthday, Allan. Beware of sharks!

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nubble in morning.jpg  Happy Birthday to my brother Allan.  He’s afraid of sharks.  I’ve never taken a photo of a shark before (well, maybe in an aquarium tank), so  here’s a lighthouse near recent sightings of sharks for you, Allan.  Hope you have a shark-free day.

A quiet walk.

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Hasidic couple on Heritage Trail.jpg   August 3rd on the Heritage Trail near Monroe, New York.  A Hasidic village is nearby, and often in the morning, we share the trail.

August 2, 2010

On my walk I saw this guy.

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deer on walk ballard pond.jpg  The deer are not shy around here.  This guy barely looked up as I walked by on my morning walk.  They’re plentiful this year, too–as are the turkeys.  Large families.  Deer ticks aside, I love to watch these critters.