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Alright already.When we last talked, I was in Portland, Oregon, I believe. So we’re going to speed ahead now, and hopefully I can put some linear sense to my entries, but if not, too bad, so sad. Mainly I want t o get some photographs and videos, and maybe an audio or two, up on the site. My memory not being what it was (since yesterday say), they will be some sketchy parts here and there, but I trust you all to suss it out and end up complimenting me for my witty remarks, and¬†gorgeous photos.And one more think: WordPress only give me so much space, so I may find myself going back and deleting some pix and clix. Read it and weep my friends. So let’s whiplash back to Minneapolis and catch the Fourth of July fireworks from Nancy Herrick’s 19th floor condo at Le Rive, St Anthony Main, on the east side of the Mississippi River.

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No one in the audience was harmed, and no players were reported on the disabled list. All in all, a great finish to the Fourth of July!

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My parents used to wake us kids over the intercom (remember those?) with the halcyon call – “Into the pool!” Well, that training paid off, albeit years later. Nice sequence of Brad doing a cannonball. Later that night we had a great fireworks show over at Dave & Cheryl’s – but too dark for pix.

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July 3rd, 2011 – at Dave & Cheryl’s Cabin – Big Long Lake – with grandpa’s boat, a JetSki, and lots of other watercraft, mostly human powered. A blustery rain squall roared through in the early evening, and Brad took a dive while trying to cover the boat. Let’s try a video of the spectacular show:

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On a very warm and humid day, the extended families of Indiana gathered for the yearly meet-up. Mary, Gertie and Jeanette are the grand dames of all. The Davis’ Farm ¬†is a special place and we thank the hosts for their hospitality.

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The Center of the Cyclone – poolside with the family, and more to come.

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