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Lonsberry Family Photos- Spring 2010

Lonsberry Family Photos- Spring 2010

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    Young Ellie looks unhappy, and she is - having just learned she can only bring home one of the rocks she has found.
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    With untold thousands of rocks all around, the search for the perfect one can take some effort.
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    Blue-eyed Ellie with a find.
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    Colonel Bill's Creek -- pronounced "crick" -- flows past Willow Bend and into the mighty Canisteo River. On Memorial Day afternoon the young Lonsberrys went to play in the water and beat the heat.
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    Young Jack and Blue-eyed Ellie delighted by the minnows swimming past their feet.
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    Young Jack, American boy.
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    Mommy and Little Robbie.
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    Little Robbie, wading where three generations of Lonsberrys have now waded.
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    A boy and his dog. Young Jack and Jimmy the springer spaniel.
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    In another 15 years, this kid is going to be a heartbreaker.
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    Any girl named Ellie Mae is destined to play in the creek.
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    Blue-eyed Ellie loves life and is full of joy.
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    Jack Lonsberry, American patriot.
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    Robbie may not eat all the cupcake, but he will get all the frosting.
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    Hannah Lonsberry, patriot and baker. She was up til 2 in the morning making cupcakes for the Memorial Day picnic.
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    Young Jack and I put out mail-order bees in their newly built hive Saturday after the marathon.
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    I found this jack-in-the-pulpit on my land. I think they eat people.
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    I put this maple leaf, under clear contact paper, inside a pocket hymnal as a gift for a friend.
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    Sophie's 17th birthday came on the day of track counties. Her mom held a surprise party for her in a classroom at the school. Hannah made the lovely cake.
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    The birthday in the classroom.
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    The cake in question.
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    With radio legend Brother Wease. Is it just me, or does this guy look dead.
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    You can't see it clearly, but he is about 30 feet above the gully below.
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    Lee and I hiking in Mill Creek Canyon outside Salt Lake City.
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    Now this is eating. Lee and I at Navajo Hogan in Salt Lake. Mutton stew, Navajo taco and frybread.
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    Don't ever do this.
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    Young Lonsberry dreaming of being a cowboy.
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    Lee and a dear friend out for a trail ride on Antelope Island. We saw buffalo, antelope and a coyote.
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    Lee met some bugs on the trail ride.
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    I met a lot of bugs on the trail ride. They're called brine flies, and they're no fun.
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    Just because every photo album should have a gun. Hiking in bear country.
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    Some mountain flowers.
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    Hiking in the mountains.
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    Fox Mulder, er, Lee Lonsberry pointing out where a bear had crossed the road.
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    Just keep hiking until you find snow.
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    A broadcast of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
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    Lee and I at the Utah Republican convention.
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    Robin's eggs.
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    Blue-eyed Ellie
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    Finishing the Segahunda trail marathon with Jack and Aubrey.