Monthly Archives: July 2016

“Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Budapest”(Day 12)

April 29 ~ Bamberg I’d like to thank the Super for covering for me with her tablet. Since last we met we were bused from Regensburg to Bamberg with an intermittent stop in Nuremberg yesterday, where we endured rain, sleet, … Continue reading

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Harry

Harry Ramaley died on July 9th.  He was 88 years old.  He was a golfer.  He played in the senior leagues at the Alexandria Golf Cub for many years.  He was fun to play with, but I always asked him … Continue reading

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“Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Budapest” (Day 11)

April 28 ~ Nuremberg If you’re over 80, you know this; if you’re between 60 – 80, you’ve heard of this; if you’re under 60, you’ll have to look it up . . . [Saying good-bye to our new friends … Continue reading

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Yes, We Had Perfect Weather

Where once it never rained till after sundown . . . July 2 By eight a.m. the morning fog had flown, Don’t let it be forgot, That once there was a spot, For one brief shining moment that was known,  As Camelot.  [And … Continue reading

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“Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Budapest” (Day 10)

April 27 ~ Regensburg [So, Regensburg.  Raise your hand if you know anything about Regensburg.  Yea, me neither.  From the cruise map, we know it was between Passau and Nuremberg.  We docked in Deggendorf and took buses into Regensburg where … Continue reading

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“Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Budapest” (Day 9)

April 26 ~  Passau [As Facebooked at the time:  Fellow citizens of the planet Earth: Just wanted to let you know that despite the weather horror stories you may have claimed to have heard about our trip, my head is … Continue reading

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Taking the 4th Off, Just ‘Cuz

It’s Fourth of July weekend, or, as I call it, Exploding Christmas. ~ Stephen Colbert [Sister-in-law Karen went to Cuba.  Had an emergency appendectomy.  Good thing Cuba has a good health care system!] [Looking forward to this . . . … Continue reading

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