Well we’ve all got butterflies, what with daughter C. taking off for three months abroad. If she starts blogging, like her blogger dad keeps urging her to do, I’ll post a link. — Updated Tuesday — I spoke with C. a few hours ago, and she was safely on the …
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This one’s name is “Camo,” because her coloration camouflages her most of the time. The most bold of all the “Gatos” that hang around our hacienda, she’s often pressing her nose up against the glass of the front door (shown here) hoping for a handout — which she usually gets. …
I’ve installed the Google Maps module to the application, so that each person’s entry now has a “Maps” tab that shows birthplace and a few other things.
The genealogy site is back up.
For F’s biiiig birthday we celebrated at Porta in Asbury Park, NJ.
One of the coolest things I’ve ever seen is this Apollo crew module. It didn’t go to the moon, but was part of a 1973 Skylab mission. Still. It orbited the Earth more than 800 times, and splashed down safely 200 miles off of San Diego. You can see the erosion from the heat of re-entry all around the bottom.
Will get me a chocolate bar.
Distant cousin Tod has launched a web site with information about this branch of my family. Or, am I a branch of his family? Either way, Lackey Branches might have some useful information for your western Pennsylvania or North Carolina genealogy project.
Are thirty-sixth cousins.