Take Me Back to Massachusetts - Day 24
We got up early and drove from Oneida to Braintree, MA, our command center for sightseeing in the Boston area–my first trip to Massachusetts since a 1972 family...
posted on June 30, 2008
The Religion of Baseball - Day 23
We went to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY on Sunday, my first visit since 1967. The title phrase comes from the Susan Sarandon's...
posted on June 29, 2008
Hot Ham Rock Band - Day 22
We dashed around Central NY today to visit the homes of my grandparents, to eat hot ham sandwiches and to play rock and roll in a log cabin.
posted on June 28, 2008
Has It Been Thirty Years? Day 21
After 30 years, I saw my cousins on the Zimmerman side at a park on Oneida Lake. In the morning we drove through the neighborhood I grew up in and by as many...
posted on June 27, 2008
Breathe That Fresh Air! Day Twenty
We spent most of the day driving from Chester County, PA to Oneida, NY for our three-day visit to my childhood stomping grounds in Central New York State. On...
posted on June 26, 2008
Phurther Philly Adventures - Day Nineteen
We went back to Philly today for the Independence Hall tour and to see the “Real Pirates” exhibit at the Franklin Institute.
posted on June 25, 2008
Amish Authenticity - Day Eighteen
We went to Intercourse, PA for a day in Amish country. Everyone noticed the “authenticity”, in part a euphemism for the smell of manure used to fertilize the...
posted on June 24, 2008
Blue Hen Reunion on Caturday - Day Seventeen
Just a couple of shots today - the first of June's cat Oliver (Einstein was very camera shy) and the others of a reunion of sorts with two friends from...
posted on June 23, 2008
Wickedness - Day Sixteen
The long-awaited day to see “Wicked” at the Gershwin Theatre on Broadway finally arrived. But first some pictures that didn't fit in the 30-photo limit for...
posted on June 22, 2008
Where Lovely Mermaids Flow - Day Fifteen
We rode the train to New York City a day in advance of our “Wicked” show to see our beautiful granddaughters. On a gorgeous Saturday we took the subway to...
posted on June 21, 2008
Washington Crossed Here - Day Fourteen
After a cheesesteak lunch in West Chester, we drove to my friend June's house in Bucks County. Our sightseeing expedition took us to Washington Crossing, PA...
posted on June 20, 2008
Land of the Free - Day Thirteen
After playing with puppy (now known unofficially as Muppet) awhile this morning, we went to downtown Philadelphia to visit the historical sites and eat lunch at...
posted on June 19, 2008
Dog Day Afternoon - Day Twelve
We moved the party about 100 miles northeast to West Chester, PA. A dog said goodbye to us in Maryland. Two dogs greeted us in Pennsylvania, including an as...
posted on June 18, 2008
Birdlands - Day Eleven
We went to the National Zoo in Washington, DC by day and an Orioles baseball game in Baltimore in the evening. Here are the best shots–all presented without...
posted on June 17, 2008
Good Afternoon, Baltimore - Day Ten
We took it easy today, staying in until after lunch and then going to the National Aquarium in Baltimore.
posted on June 16, 2008
A Serious Day Nine in DC
We spent Sunday in Washington DC, starting at All Souls Unitarian Church and going on to the Holocaust Museum.
posted on June 15, 2008
Memory Lane - Day Eight
We tossed frisbees with the Wilsons and visited our old house in Richmond before battling the Capital Beltway on the way to Columbia, MD.
posted on June 14, 2008
Crossing Virginia - Day Seven
We continued on from Pigeon Forge, TN to Chester, VA, a trip of about 430 miles. We spent most of the day on the road, so I don't have too many pictures.
posted on June 13, 2008
On Top of the Smokies - Day Six
We spent most of Thursday in Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
posted on June 12, 2008