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2010 in review...part 2

July...Panama City Beach

...and I ♥ Alaska!
August...Braves game

...and Bible Memory Camp!

September...Hilton Head, SC schoolroom

...beginning piano lessons

...and camping trip to Raccoon Caverns in TN.

October...climbing Stone Mountain @ the Reservoir
...and Key Largo, FL!

November...trip to the Keys continued to Key West

...and a trip home to IN for Thanksgiving (our playhouse from the late 70's).

December...Atlanta Christmas parade
...hiking @ Cochran Mill

...and a very white and merry Christmas Day!


  1. Looks like an adventure filled year:) Hope the new one brings many more for you and your family!
    Thanks for stopping by earlier.
    Happy Sunday!

  2. These pics were WONDERFUL and it looks like you have much to be thankful for in 2010. Stone mountain looks like a place we'd like to go (we're hikers). And Alaska is lovely. We want to go back someday and let the kids experience it. Oh, and...okay, just a wee bit of schoolroom envy going on here. ;-) As for the southernmost point of the USA, did I ever tell you about the time I went just a bit further than anyone else when I fell OFF the southernmost point of the USA? Oh yes I did too, lol.

  3. What a fun way to remember your year. Also, you take wonderful photos.

    Blessings in 2011,
    Amy @ Missional Mama

  4. Fabulous photographs to remember the special moments of 2011.

    We like to travel as well! Looks like you and your family have been blessed with many fun travels to some very neat places. Someday, we hope to go to Alaska.

    Our church runs an Upward program which the children play in as well. No basketball yet, though - not until the gym is finished being built (maybe next year!).


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