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Transatlantic Cruise, Italy, Spain, and the Azores

Setting sail into the sunset on this beautiful ship.  The first thing we did was explore all the decks, finding some favorite spots.  There were five swimming pools.  My favorite was the Sanctuary Pool.  They had the cushiest lounges. Our … Continue reading

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Excerpt from the novel, Adam and Eve

Genesis 4:26 And to Seth, to him also there was born a son; and he called his name Enos: then began men to call upon the name of the Lord.   Excerpt from the novel, Adam and Eve   Scene: Adam’s grandson, … Continue reading

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Excerpt from the novel, NOAH

Scene: Ham and Nahalath were talking about their relationship, and the talk ended with Nahalath suggesting Ham ask his father, Noah, about love.   The sun was getting close to dipping behind the mountain so they (Ham and Nahalath) rose … Continue reading

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“It’s about eternity. You’re already in it!” PJ Brunson in Restless Souls

It’s about eternity. You’re already in it! PJ Brunson in Restless Souls  This quote from this remarkable book gives all of us something to think about. The rest of PJ’s book gives us more, much more and I recommend it … Continue reading

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The most terrifying day and night of my life.

Two weeks ago, mid-October, Deanne and I took a trip in our white camper van. As we turned our van east toward Kansas to visit the national historic site where her great-great-great-great-uncle, Jedidiah Smith had been killed by the Comanche … Continue reading

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RETIREMENT BLOG

We are creating this log for a record of our travels when we retire. This will include our journey to Minnesota, hiking the Grand Portage, to Alabama, Florida, and Texas. Following that we plan a trip through Canada to Alaska, … Continue reading

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We love our ancestors. We love our descendents. How do we bridge the gap?

Most of us have fond memories of our grandparents.  It is rare for our children to remember much about them, and our grandchildren have probably only  heard a few family stories. This is true in my case.  My oldest grandchild, Billy, … Continue reading

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Our Family

Our Family Series of books started with a visit to my Grandmother Anna Lambert in 1986.  As we visited, a book was produced that commemorated the 100th anniversary of Turton, a little town in South Dakota.  In this book were … Continue reading

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