Where are you right now? Are you making things better?
 I have no idea what I just ate...but it was good
 Garmish-Partenkirchen und Zugspitzgruppe
 Only a small number of bills ever found
 Dad in our garden patio
"May the roof above us never fall in,
and we friends below, never fall out."
                                Irish Proverb.
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 The Columbia Unveiled ca 1924
 ''Reflecting'' on the Sistine Chapel                                                               from Castel Gandolfo, Rome, Italy
 Grave Stone
These Pictures Are In No Particular Sequence And Are Here For The Sole Purpose Of Pleasing Me, Enjoy!
 115 lb Sailfish (somewhere west of Mexico)
 Muna inside the walled city
A scrapbook of pictures from all over...
 Part of the family at Point Defiance
David Grey
 Family picnic on our front steps
 Dockside with the Healey (Europe ca 1954)
 I'm calling for help...my car has overturned!
 Alte Brucke (Karl-Theodor Bridge) Heidelberg, Germany
 So much to see...so tired...
 Traquair House, Innerleithen, Scotland
 Great grand-dad and my sister
 Broke it playing ''Frisbee''
 Korean gas station
 Local ''watering hole'' near hooker hill, Seoul, Korea
 ''Radar Hill'' Yangsan, Korea
 Pacific Grove, California ca 1954
 My Audi near Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany
 Probing a culvert near Silver City, Idaho
 London, one of my favorite cities!
 Daffodil Parade, Clover Park High Marching Band
 Mt. Si in a February snowstrorm
 Steilacoom Lake is frozen over
 Another good day
 Ajijic, Lago de Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico ca 1958
 Ajijic, Dad on our rooftop patio ca 1958
Me on the same patio thirty years later
 Born in Morriscastle, Wexford, Ireland           PHOTO: 20th Century Studios LTD.  Piccadilly, London, England, 1944
 Born in Lexington, Oklahoma      PHOTO: 20th Century Studios LTD, Piccadilly, London, England, 1944
 They Arrived From The Four Directions
 A few Words About il Papa
Mike Laure
 Trevi Fountain, Rome, Italy
Glenn Miller
On 15 December 1944, at Twinwood Farm Air Field, not far from London, my  
father, Liaison Officer to France at the time, was ''bumped'' (by someone     
more important), from a UC-64A ''Norseman'' similar to the one pictured  
above, piloted by Flight Officer John Morgan. My father caught a later   
flight to Paris, but  Lt. Col. Norman F. Baesell, as well as Glenn Miller   
and his music, were lost in the English Channel forever on that cold, wet,   
miserable day in December during World War II. On 1 January 1945,       
my father, John Harold and mother-to-be, Kathlyn Margaret, were
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 Piedmont 727 Highjacked by D.B. Cooper in 1971
 Radio you may never have heard