Monthly Archive: April 2012

Apr 18

Wordless Wednesday – Hob-Knobbing with Abe

Gettysburg Visitor Center

Apr 17

TV Show – Tracing Your Family Roots

It was about two years ago when I had my first experience on a television “talk show.” In July of 2010, Pamela Boyer Sayre, CG, CGL, and I drove to Fairfax Public Access broadcasting facility in Fairfax County, Virginia, where each of us recorded a session for Tracing Your Family Roots. Pam was taped discussing …

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Apr 15

Stepping Out of My Comfort Zone!

It was a delicious day, perfect temperatures, beautiful skies, and lovely azaleas, red buds and dogwoods as the Sayres and I prepared for a day of adventure. We drove to Gettysburg to tour the battlefield in a way foreign to all three of us—using Segways provided by the Velke’s SegTours of Gettysburg. Following the first intimidating moments when we …

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Apr 11

Wordless Wednesday

Gibbs Gardens

Apr 04

Wordless Wednesday


Apr 03

Adventures of the Opening of the 1940 U.S. Census

Driving to the National Archives at Atlanta in Morrow from my home in the North Georgia Mountains normally takes one hour and forty-five minutes. That is if I’m not traveling during rush hour. I left my home at 5:30 yesterday morning to beat the traffic and arrived in Morrow a little over an hour prior …

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