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Back to work travel: Roanoke to Memphis

Back to work travel: Roanoke to Memphis

After staying at my parent’s house in Roanoke for nearly a month, it was now time to travel again for work.   (My parents had both had separate falls, and have been in the rehab center there the last month.)…

Weekend in Roanoke visiting Family

Weekend in Roanoke visiting Family

On Friday afternoon I finished up my work-week in Chicago, and flew nonstop to Roanoke on a United Express jet.  It was a nice flight, and quick too at just under two hours.  So quick in fact we arrived 25…

Back to the future; wish I were still in the past!

Back to the future; wish I were still in the past!

A quick break from posting about our South Africa trip, to say we’re safely back home now.  I’m still going to continue with my posts after this, but as they take several hours to write and post photos, it will…

Work-week in Portland, Oregon

Work-week in Portland, Oregon

I’m writing this as I fly home from a quick week in Portland Oregon.  Unlike most weeks, I left on a Tuesday, and with the all day travel Tuesday and today (Friday) I really had a quick workweek.  Since Steve…

Visiting family in Virginia

Visiting family in Virginia

This week I worked ‘home office’ but from Roanoke, VA, where I was visiting and assisting my parents.  Steve (DOS) and I stayed at my brother Andy and his parter Art’s house, which is just 5 houses up the street…

Open a new window . . . new blinds at home!

Open a new window . . . new blinds at home!

I loved the old movie ‘Auntie Mame’!  The 1950’s (original) version starred Rosalyn Russel in the black-and-white (non-musical) version.  Auntie Mame was hilarious, and in my opinion better than the later remake version with Lucille Ball (her last picture).  But…

Heading home from Saõ Paulo

Heading home from Saõ Paulo

Like all good trips (or even bad ones), the trip eventually comes to an end and it’s time to go home. Considering our whirlwind trip to Brazil, and we had only a couple nights in Saõ Paulo, it still felt…