Saturday, April 29, 2006


Eat your heart out, Nelson, Morgan can ride a camel, too. Here he is, the kid with the green hair sitting at the rear of the camel's hump just riding his little heart out. This particular beast was not in the desert of Kuwait, though. It is located in the zoo in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Posted by Picasa

Friday, April 28, 2006

At the dinner table

Well, actually it was lunch but up home we call it dinner (breakfast, dinner and supper, you know). Our waiter took the photo for us. Posted by Picasa

After our Easter Lunch

We all had Easter dinner together and then went to Barry and Kristen's house for dessert. We are:

Little girl in front, Abbigale, then from the left to the right: Winston, Jackie, Randall behindJackie, Mary Jane, me, Betty, Savannah, Brian, Kim, Kristen holding Jennie and Barry. Our friend BFT (aka Tom) took the picture.

We all had a great day. Good company, good fellowship, good food. Who could ask for more? Posted by Picasa


Her Majesty Dana the Myrl sitting in the operator's seat of a 100 ton crane preparing to do God knows what. She looks happy though. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, April 27, 2006


This a picture of Kim Allison one of Betty's beautiful daughters. Don't you just love the brilliant smile and the lovely eyes? We're trying to get her market her beauty secrets and go into competition with Mary Kay and Merl NormanPosted by Picasa

Monday, April 24, 2006

Nelson Rides a Camel

Well, I guess Nelson got that anchor off his butt 'cause here it (his butt) is planted on the hump of a camel, or at least behind the hump. He looks quite comfortable. Note the sidearm strapped his leg. Have to remember that he is in a war-zone, after all. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Nelson in Kuwait

Betty's brother, Nelson Reynolds, at the naval base in Kuwait. It looks like his butt is well anchored down so I guess he is there for the duration. Posted by Picasa

Monday, April 17, 2006

Putting up a Fence

Here's a picture of Brian working putting up my fence, Kim loafing, Smuckers supervising and me (behind the camera) taking a picture of it all. That Brian sure is a good guy. He spent Good Friday and all day Saturday working on my fence. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, April 06, 2006

Barnaby Dogg

Barnaby sitting, watching and waiting for one of his "women" to come by for him. The poor pooch seems lonely and lovelorn. Posted by Picasa