Kenya and Kiva

Have wondering where I’d vanished to? We have been adventuring in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, spending time with two of our daughters, one of whom lives in Nairobi, and seeing all sorts of wonderful animals from A to Z. We had a great time of it but must admit to being a little weary after … More Kenya and Kiva

Sepia Saturday 170: Cassmob & co coffee outings

Happy Easter, one and all. How about a coffee with those hot cross buns or croissants? This Sepia Saturday 170 image offers many story and photo opportunities but I’ve stuck with coffee though flower shops would have been another excellent option. I was vaguely surprised to find coffee with such prominence in the days of the … More Sepia Saturday 170: Cassmob & co coffee outings

Sepia Saturday 163: Snow deep and crisp and even

This week’s Sepia Saturday image fairly shouted “Kinsale” (Ireland) to me. In a surreptitious test I asked Mr Cassmob what it reminded him of….”snap” …he said the same thing! Why don’t you have a look at the professional image online here and see what you think…not only snow but a snowed-over barrel outside the pub! … More Sepia Saturday 163: Snow deep and crisp and even

52 weeks of personal history & genealogy: Week 8 Technology (Part 1)

The challenge issued by Amy Coffin and Geneabloggers for Week 8 of 52 weeks of Personal History and Genealogy is: Technology Part I: What are some of the technological advances that happened during your childhood? Part II: What types of technology do you enjoy using today, and which do you avoid? As a baby boomer I … More 52 weeks of personal history & genealogy: Week 8 Technology (Part 1)