Saturday, Doug and I went to see the King Tut exhibit at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. It was good, but I thought they focuses too much on pre-Tut artifacts. Not that I didn’t enjoy seeing them, because I did, especially the stele of Akhenaton that I had studied in a college class. But there were so many rooms of … Continue Reading →

Baby bird

Here’s a baby bird, nearly grown – we had two of them in a nest in our bush. Doug found them when he was trimming the overgrown bush – the poor thing was terrified! But he was ok.


Flower photos from 2007 are here:


I took some pics in my Mom’s garden at home in NJ.


More summer flowers here:


Ranunculus: More summer flowers here:

Jamestown and Williamsburg

A few pics of Jamestown and Williamsburg: Jamestown:


A few summer flowers: More here:


So this weekend is the Joint Services Open House at Andrews AFB. THe weather forcast looked great, then, horrible, and surprise surprise, yesterday was beautiful! So we went to the air show with our friends Steve and Mindy, and their two kids, who are about 3 and 5. Fortunately, their kids are really well-behaved, and they actually pay attention to … Continue Reading →