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easy travels

Flying to Arizona is cheap and easy when I (or we) fly Allegiant Airlines. Of course the schedule needs to be flexible enough to go and come on the two days a week flights are offered between Eugene, OR, and … Continue reading

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looking down

Whenever I have a little extra time I open my computer and go back where I left off in culling photos from my vast collection. I used to say “There is no such thing as too many pictures” but feel … Continue reading

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boo hoo

My niece Cheryl sent me a link to a very sad news story. I don’t expect you to have interest enough to click on that link, so I’ll just tell you it contains the bad news that Barnacle Bill’s in … Continue reading

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between then and now

Do you remember that while I was in Arizona I visited my cousins Aneta and Kent down in Tucson? And do you remember that I also visited Paul’s cousins Chuck and Joanne in Scottsdale? Well, get this. I got to┬ávisit … Continue reading

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chuck / charlie and joanne

The requested tap on our doors this* morning indicated Ben was packed up and ready to leave for the airport. Real life awaits him back in Grand Rapids, and the Andersons and I bid him farewell with heads and hearts … Continue reading

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the b’s and the d’s

For years and years and years we’ve always referred to Ben (Bentley) as “B,” Quinn (Quincy) as “Q,” and Taylor as “T.” And for years and years and years I’ve made a game out of looking for license tags with … Continue reading

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divided together

Quinn and her family and Taylor and his family live in Arizona, yes, but 1.25 hours apart. That means we need to work at being all together. Quinn cherishes any time she gets with her brother Ben. (FTR, she is … Continue reading

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