Chautauqua Institute

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We took a little road trip last week, crossing two state lines to spend the day at Chautauqua Institute in the southwestern corner of New York state. We enjoyed the beautiful sunny summer day with Joe and Ann, Bob’s brother and sister-in-law, and our neighbor Marti. If you’ve been to Chautauqua, you know what I am speaking of when I describe the day as time spent in Brigadoon. If you have never been there, I recommend setting aside a day or two of your summer vacation to see it for yourself if you should find yourself near this beautiful countryside. It’s a wonderful way to relax.

Here are a few pictures to share the beauty of Chautauqua. (Thanks to our granddaughter Carrie for her patient instructions on how to get the photos from my iPhone into Lightroom, so I could process and post them here. This is the first full set of iPhone images I have ever posted). I’m truly amazed!

 

That’s it for this short blog post.
Thanks for stopping by. See you soon.
Trail Walker

We recently had a family gathering where these three siblings were all present.
Because that rarely happens, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to take this family photo.

Laura with her brothers, Joe and Bob
Laura with her brothers, Joe and Bob

“I don’t believe an accident of birth makes people sisters or brothers. It makes them siblings, gives them mutuality of parentage. Sisterhood and brotherhood is a condition people have to work at.” … Maya Angelou

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