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Bob Lonsberry 10/25/2013

fun with the fam.

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    Portland Avenue, city of Rochester, 7 o'clock in the morning. Looks like it was a good night for scrapping. Also, this guy should teach engineering at RIT.
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    Here's young Robert with a medal for reading.
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    Here's old Robert with a medal for running.
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    Here's Scott with his first library craft. We being a Facebook family, as soon as he made it he told his mother that daddy had to take a picture of him and put it on the computer. Consider it done, son.
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    I bought this basic training yearbook at a thrift store.
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    This picture was inside. The soldiers in this book, from 1967, served at the peak of the Vietnam War.
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    This man was the company commander back in 1967.
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    I found this picture of him from about 5 years ago, when he was the volunteer military coordinator at a small college down South.
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    Out for a run on Winton Road in Rochester I passed this yard. I can save a lot on a cemetery plot this way.
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    We went out to the country land a couple of weekends ago. Young Sam enjoyed it.
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    We put out our chairs and read a bit. I'd like to put a cabin right here someday. This is the clearing where I usually hunt deer.
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    Dear Robbie
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    Jack loves to climb trees, like an American Ninja Warrior
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    Ditto
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    We picked some wild apples and Sam did some damage to this one.
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    Young Sam seems to be getting a pretty good grip on his first Halloween.
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    Blue-eyed Ellie rolled hers in from the field.
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    Scott did some pumpkin posing
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    When you have a new baby, you tend to take a lot of pictures of him.
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    A lot of pictures.
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    Here's our family portrait at the pumpkin farm. It being Livingston County, all the vehicles are pickup trucks.
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    Our pumpkin farmer is also our long-time friend and fellow church member, Chris Elliott. His pumpkin and honey stand is on Route 408 between Mount Morris and Nunda. Here's Chris a few years ago with his son Will, who is not something north of 6-feet tall.
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    Syracuse lunch.
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    Rochester lunch.
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    Jack, on the right, playing some fall soccer.
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    Here I am with Rochester activist Davy Vara. I don't think he's ever been right about anything in his life, but we've been friends for some 20 years.
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    Here's a quote from Abraham Lincoln you should memorize.
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    Why did the grouse cross the road? We came across this pretty lady while out picking apples on a country road. She just walked over and hung around.
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    Lonsberrys in their natural habitat.
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    Our hero trying not to let his gut show.
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    Young Robbie ripping up the woods.
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    Jack crawling in where the raccoons live.
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    We feed our kids a lot of wild apples.
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    The two Roberts in the woods.
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    Forcing your kids to pose ever five minutes adds so much fun and frolic to a walk through the woods.
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    As these two gentlemen seem to show, hiking after a time can get tiresome. Unless you're Jimmy, the springer spaniel.
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    At the end of the day, Mommy reads to her babies.