Europe - Six weeks in 2009 We started in Rome. Then a 10 night Mediterrean Cruise with stops in Croatia, Turkiye, Greece [4 stops}, and Sicily. Next a train to Venice and then a plane to Dresden, Germany. Another plane to Scotland, followed by a car to England. An unforgettable experience.
NEW ZEALAND - Our Way Chronicling our trip to a wonderful country in 1999. E-mails, photos, information, links, hints & tips, suggestions, new friends, and the infamous bungy jump - it's all here.
You can also check out our 2nd trip at New Zealand - 2001
Birthday Chronicles Order a personalized newspaper style page for the day that someone special was born. Inexpensive and fun. Suitable for framing.
A man at the theater was unhappy with his seat. "I have to be close-up to watch a mystery." he whispered to the usher. "Get me a better seat and I'll tip you." The usher found him a spot in the second row, and the patron handed him a quarter. The usher looked at the measly quarter in his hand for a moment, then leaned over and whispered, "The wife did it."
Diet tip: Eat a chocolate bar before each meal. It'll take the edge off your appetite, and you'll eat less.
Digital Art Gallery
I've moved my work (prints, cards, bookmarks, and bookplates) from a local store to my online gallery. I hope you'll enjoy your visit and let me know what you think of the gallery.
Links Galore A great jumping off place for surfin' the web.
The Los Alamos fire burned hundreds of buildings and destroyed top secret documents at the National Laboratory, birthplace of the atomic bomb. It's going to be okay though -- it turns out that China had backup copies of everything.
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Our Photo Album It's e-live and growing. Come meet us, our families and friends, see where we live, check out some cyber-meets, and more.
My Friends I'd like to introduce you to some of my cyber-friends, many of whom have become real-time friends.
The chief admisintrator of an HMO died, and was relieved to find himself in Heaven. "We've been expecting you!" welcomed St. Perer. "Now you understand, of course, that you can only stay three days."