See what the Lonsberry family was up to during the 2011-12 winter
Dad and Scott sharing a laugh.
Moments after "Pull my finger."
Young Jack and the old man when they should have been paying attention in church.
The two Roberts on the day shamrock shakes came out.
Jack having his very first Quarter Pounder with Cheese. We had just gone to see Star Wars in 3D.
Little Robbie at the Cub Scout pinewood derby. He was in the sibling category.
Blue-eyed Ellie's pinewood derby car is a princess mouse. She wore a matching crown.
BB gun sale at Tractor Supply. Young Jack beefed up his arsenal.
For almost an hour every night, mom and the kids read books and tell stories.
This is where Ellie gets her blue eyes.
Jack and his pal, Ben, out to rip up the tubing hill at Letchworth.
Do I have any boogers up there?
My companion Sunday afternoons on the country land is Jimmy, the springer spaniel.
Big-sister Hannah is in college learning to be a teacher.
On days she's off college, Hannah usually works as a substitute.
Aubrey is in California, learning a language for Uncle Sam. Here she is with Hannah, Sophie and her mom leaving the Rochester airport at the end of Christmas leave.
Here's Aubrey taking risks she shouldn't tell her father about.
Sophie is on the left, with her roommate, on the set of the television station Lee works with. Lee produces a Utah talk show, and is the political director for the radio and TV stations.
Newly 27, Lee needs a wife.
Where did he get that shirt?
I think those shirts are for sale at www.FUBOwear.com
A Hessney gun auction in Geneva in February. My new deer gun came home with me.
I wasn't the only one at the gun auction.
Part of Lee's arsenal. The Glock must have been on his hip.
In February, I went to visit the sister and mother of my best friend from high school. Our claim is that, after 35 years, we've not changed a bit.
George the Barber, who's been cutting hair since he was an 8-year-old apprentice in Italy, does his magic. He's in Winton Place and all the cool kids go there.
Two fossils from Canisteo. Take your kids to where Colonel Bill's Creek runs into the Canisteo River and let them find some cool rocks.
Governor Paterson sends his best.
No raisins for my oatmeal.
I'm sorry there are so many pictures of myself. I send one each day to my kids. Sadly, this piece-of-crap Droid 3 I have only takes good pictures in back-at-yourself mode. It's almost useless for taking regular pictures, which kills me.
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The staff of the WSYR afternoon show. Rob, Sophie and some old guy.
Monroe County Clerk Cheryl Dinolfo and her daughter, Jennifer. Jennifer came in to sing the national anthem, and did a great job.
A fantasy plate of custom confections from Donuts Delite. Absofreakinglutely delicious.