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Monday, May 25, 2009

Old Town San Angelo

I didn't know we had such a thing, but we do! Here are some photos of my daughter and her family while we were walking near the around "Old Town" and by the river Friday."Old Town" is a few restored historic homes across the street from the museum. There is some offices, a quilting store and another fabric store in the homes,but they weren't open.


Downtown San Angelo was very quiet with a lot of meetings going on. The news of the day: Our mayor fled to Mexico with his partner and resigned less than a week after being re-elected by 90% of the vote! He said he made the decision to take this step because his partner was illegal.


A link to San Angelo attractions: http://www.sanangelo.org/goodtimes/attractions.php
We have had a little rain lately, so everything looked beautiful and green.
They left Texas in June 2003, but I think they still claim to be Texans! The Arts Museum

They had not seen our "new church" which is also on the river, so we had a little tour of Freedom Fellowship and Whole Person Counseling aka "Papa's office".

http://www.freedomfellowshiponline.com/
More photos of Papa's office here:
http://www.wholeperson-counseling.org/slides/office/wpc_office.html

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Cousins

Our oldest daughter and her family are visiting us this week from Alabama. Their little cousins are enjoying them. Candyland

Horseshoes in the backyard

Meeting the youngest cousin for the first time.

And the park






Saturday, May 16, 2009

The Rest of My National Parks Album

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Great Smokey MountainsGreat Sand DunesGuadalupeJoshua TreeSaguroKings Canyon and SequoiaYosemite GlacierThe next four are Canadaian National Parks
Banff JasperYoho Kootenay
Great BasinOlympicArches Redwood

Mt. Ranier

Everglades
BiscayneNatchez Trace Parkway, not a park but a national scenic parkway. Channel Islands