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Lonsberry Family- October 2010

Lonsberry Family- October 2010

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    My daughter Sophie next to my Benches on Parade bench. Behind her is the Army recruiting office her sister Aubrey is visiting.
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    Sophie and I made the paper running and finishing a 14-mile trail run side by side. We were proud to represent the Flying Lonsberrys
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    Hannah, Aubrey, Sophie and their mom ran as a relay team at the Rochester Marathon. They beat me by half an hour. Here we all pose with our medals.
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    Here the girls pose behind my bench. Pictured are Frederick Douglass' son and Medal of Honor recipient Gary Beikirch.
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    Sophie with a slice of Lonsberry pie at a diner in Avon. The pie is made by Leo's in East Rochester. Money from each one goes to help soldiers.
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    Little Robbie shows off some of the bounty from our garden.
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    George the Barber gives Robbie his first haircut. Speaking of hair, they both seem to have the same style.
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    My son Lee getting in a little sniper training.
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    Morris the Monkey came home from kindergarten to spend the weekend with our family. That's my beautiful wife with Morris, blue-eyed Ellie and young Jack at Chinese buffet.
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    Hannah and her mom and I ran a nine-mile trail race at Mendon Ponds Park with Brandon, Aubrey's boyfriend, who ran a 4.5-mile course. It was cold. This day we were the Flying And Shivering Lonsberrys.
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    Young Jack, Little Robbie and Morris the Monkey living the casual life.
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    Tom Reed is running for Congress in the seat once held by Eric "Tickle Fight" Massa.
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    After each of Sophie's home soccer games, her little brothers and sister run a lap of the track. Here, Little Robbie sets out.
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    Young Jack finishing his lap.
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    Sophie and her mom at Senior Day, when the graduating seniors and their families are recognized between varsity soccer games.
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    Here's the crew at Senior Day.
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    Young Jack and Little Robbie in one of those cool carts kids love at Wegman's.
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    Mom was at school board training, so I tool these boys out for a high-sugar breakfast of hot chocolate and LA cinnamon bread -- with extra syrup -- and bacon.
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    Young Jack at his kindergarten desk with blue-eyed Ellie and Little Robbie.
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    This is the grease trap at the Open Door Mission. WHAM personality Jim Salmon is trying to replace it. To help, go to www.OpenDoorMission.com
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    The two Roberts helping mom make apple sauce. This photo may capture every moment of work we did.
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    At our camp with Aubrey and her boyfriend, she cooked the three of us sausages.
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    They were charred clear through -- which is just the way they should have been.
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    Yes, that is an assault rifle and, yes, that is an open fire -- two things that really upset New York politicians.
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    Aubrey is thinking of going in the Army. Even if she doesn't, she is thinking of living in a country with a Second Amendment.
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    One more photo of us after the Rochester Marathon. Doesn't my medal look cool?
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    A close-up of the Flying Lonsberrys.
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    My beautiful wife flying to the finish of a 5k our church put on for the House of Mercy.
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    Young Jack coming to the finish of the children's portion of the House of Mercy run.
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    The Flying Lonsberrys after the House of Mercy run -- Aubrey, my wife and Young Jack.
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    Young Jack at the father-son campout for church. Squatting beside him is his Mormon bishop, who thankfully brought venison steaks. Mormon boys don't have to wear camouflage, but it does help.
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    Blue-eyed Ellie, Young Jack and Little Robbie upstairs at what used to be the Geneseo Odd-Fellows Hall, signing Ellie up for dance class in the same school big-sister Sophie has attended since she was little.