Pumpkin Posers RnB do their annual pose in front of a pile of pumpkins. Why this is a “thing”, I’ll never know. But it is. And we’ve done it seven years in a row. (Copyright © 2017 by Wil C. Fry. Some rights reserved.) We did it again. For the seventh autumn in a[…]
The Four Of Us A helpful passerby made this photo of all four of us at Fort San Jacinto Historic Point on Galveston’s northeastern end. From this spot, one can watch massive ships going to and from the ports of both Galveston and Houston, or fish, or just enjoy the gentle breezes off the Gulf[…]
Portland skyline panorama, as seen from Pittock Mansion Click here to see it larger (2048 x 296) (Copyright © 2016 by Wil C. Fry. Some rights reserved.) Colorful flower garden in front of our hotel (Copyright © 2016 by Wil C. Fry.) My vacation entries always require a few days to prepare. This one[…]
A small flowering plant on my parents’ property, with dew drops (Copyright © 2016 by Wil C. Fry. Some rights reserved.) Finding a good spot in everyone’s schedule, we planned and executed a quick trip to Oklahoma to see my parents (the last time was Christmas 2015), and my brother and his family were[…]
RnB ready to party (Copyright © 2016 by Wil C. Fry.) Saturday, 2016.02.06, the four of us drove to Austin, Texas, for the birthday party of Carmelite, the daughter of one of my wife’s coworkers. The entire day was fun for us. Following are a few brief observations. • The trip itself was an hour[…]
RnB in the minivan, ready to head home, Dec. 14 (Copyright © 2015 by Wil C. Fry.) A few days ago, my wife and I — and our offspring — returned safely and happily from a five-day trip to Oklahoma for a bit of an early Christmas celebration with family — and a surprise birthday[…]
Family Portrait Click here to see a larger version (Copyright © 2015 by Wil C. Fry.) We were pleased recently that my parents came to visit us here in Killeen. During their (short) visit, the main activity was going to the Cameron Park Zoo in Waco.
Three days in one entry, including my solo trip to Oklahoma
The last photo we took in Galveston (Copyright © 2015 by Wil C. Fry. Some rights reserved.) In the middle of M’s 17-day stretch of paid leave, we took a five-day jaunt to Galveston, having enjoyed last year’s trip to Corpus Christi Bay so much. M booked the hotel back in February when she[…]
We’re back from our vacation trip to Galveston, Texas. I’m working on formatting and uploading photos, and working up my usual trip-summary blog entry. After that will be a catch-all “since we’ve been back” entry. Stay tuned. Those of you who follow me on Flickr can see the images as I upload them.
For a slightly early Christmas, we went to Oklahoma to see my family, and had a wonderful trip — both the visiting and the actual traveling. Plans sprouted up for this trip during our Nov. 11 visit to my brother’s house, when my mother asked about Thanksgiving plans. Not everyone could come for Thanksgiving, but[…]
In 47 hours, we drove nearly 800 miles, attended two birthday parties, went swimming, toured two houses, reconnected with nearly 30 people, met one new person, made over 200 photos, and slept a little bit too. Here’s the story, as brief as I know how. (Images will follow in a later entry, I assume.)
This is a list of all the travel times for our Killeen-to-Seminole-County runs, including links to the relevant blog entries. I’ll update it each time we make a trip to and from Killeen (Texas) and Seminole County (Oklahoma).
(27 images in this entry) MRB at the beach on Corpus Christi Bay (Copyright © 2014 by Wil C. Fry. Some rights reserved.) While in New York recently, my wife took my kids to Long Beach — the same beach we visited with Rebecca in late 2011 — and they all had a great[…]
Even before she’d returned from New York, my wife was thinking of a trip to the beach here in Texas. So we went, just two days after she and the kids got home. That’ll explain the break in my blogging. Rest assured, I’m working on an entry about our trip (July 26-28) to Corpus Christi,[…]
At breakfast, I talked with RLF about the trip she’s taking tomorrow. She looked at her U.S. states placemat and pointed at New York. “We’re going all the way to here?” she asked. I nodded. “From here?”, pointing at Texas. “Yes,” I said. “It’s a long way,” she noted dubiously. “How are we going to[…]
As many of you already know, my wife and I took our children to New England for our son’s baptism (along with two cousins) and to visit family. The details of that trip are contained in this entry. The images from the trip are already uploaded and formatted (all in this set on Flickr). If[…]