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Springtime with the Lonsberry's

Photos of the Lonsberry family

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    Hannah and Robbie with Hannah's new kitten, Josie. Josie replaced Ocho, who came to an unfortunate end.
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    This is a good way to become a candidate for being declawed.
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    At the big bluegrass concert last Saturday at the Highland Bowl. Bright, warm and wonderful.
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    There were plenty of Lonsberry listeners at the show, including these folks, who own Gigi's -- my favorite Italian restaurant I've never eaten yet. They both work fulltime jobs and run their restaurant at night.
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    Dr. Ralph Stanley, one of the living legends of bluegrass.
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    When your wife falls asleep at a concert, you have to take a picture, just to tease her.
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    Somewhere, back on that stage, is Alison Krauss. I think.
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    The breakfast of champions, at Sandy's Diner in Nunda. Three eggs, bacon, oatmeal and two orders of salt-rising toast. I don't see how people live without it.
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    Bobby Ochocinco, at a 5k on Saturday morning. Sexy is as sexy does.
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    Friday night at our country land. Mom's got hot dogs and chips for us, and we've got a fire to play with. What could be better?
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    Jack Lonsberry, as hard on a juice box as he is on the knees of his jeans.
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    The Obama Administration says that hot dogs and tortilla chips have too much sodium. Young Robbie Lonsberry does not seem to care.
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    Blue-eyed Ellie with dinner and her blankie, a beloved afghan which was a gift from a listener.
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    Open burning and a red hot. What could be better, or more politically incorrect? Props to Zweigle's for the hot dog, French's for the mustard and Wegman's for the whole wheat roll.
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    The queen of the campsite.
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    The lively Robbie Lonsberry.
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    The magical fruit, they make you smart.
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    Young Jackie, throwing wood on the fire. In our family, the commitment to pyromania starts early.
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    Everything must be photographed.
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    Jimmy the springer spaniel has dibs on any food on the ground.
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    It's time for dessert. S'mores on the left, plain old chocolate on the right.
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    You should envy this young man -- and his metabolism.
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    Imagine, a female who likes chocolate.
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    Some go straight for the marshmallows.
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    This kid might be a psycho.
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    Then the fireflies came out.
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    Young Jack waiting for a firefly to light up.
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    Moments before the firefly met an untimely but luminescent end.
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    Pull up a chair and roast yourself a marshmallow.
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    Jack raking in the candy at the Nunda Fun Days parade.
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    Ellie sitting on the curb.
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    He's either happy or mad. Most of the time I'm not sure.