Tag Archive: Travel

Photo credit: Karston Mullet

Today it’s back to normalcy, if there is such a thing for those of us in the “Golden Years!” By the time you see this post we will hopefully be in our own bed, trying to recover from a “door to door” 42 hour trip home. This did include early trip to airport, because of some election day travel restrictions, and a 7 hr. layover in Boston! Not sure how much cold and snow we missed, during the month of February, but we sure enjoyed the balmy temps of Bangladesh!

Hinkle’s Fort was the only defense of the South Branch after Fort Upper Tract and Fort Seybert were destroyed by Shawnee Indians under Killbuck, April 27,28, 1758.

This is a great view from Highway 33 in West Virginia.

Scenic Autumn Photo of Germany Valley

Scenic Autumn Photo of Germany Valley





Taken in Rajasthan, India


The Taj Mahal

Early Morning Reflection

Early Morning Reflection


This wasn’t my favorite photo of the year, but visiting this site in Hagnau, Germany was a highlight.  My ancestor Jacob Raber left this home in 1836 for America when he was 5 years old.  The exact generation and date I couldn’t confirm since my genealogy book is packed away in America somewhere!

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Little Boy Sees Me Through the CNG bars!

ALICE, JOYCE AND LEE IN A CNG (Compressed Natural Gas)!

Crowded in but still smiling!

Crowded in but still smiling!