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Summer with the Lonsberry's 2011 Part Two

A Lonsberry Summer- 2011 part two

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    The Lonsberry boys out for a night on the town. Jack, Little Robbie and Big Robbie decked out in 3D glasses to watch "The Smurfs."
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    Here's my beautiful wife, Amanda, at the Rochester Public Market.
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    My wife and young Scotty plowing through the produce.
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    To make the Public Market more fun for the kids, my wife made a scavenger hunt, having the kids look for various types of fruits and vegetables. Here Jack checks one off the list.
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    Blue-eyed Ellie and her check-off list.
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    We found carrots.
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    Little Robbie going at it.
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    The shoppers rest their feet.
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    Beautiful Sophie and Robbie at Jack's Fish Market on Joseph at Avenue D.
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    Here's the old man on top of Standing Indian Bald in North Carolina.
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    Beautiful Hannah, just starting the new semester at Brockport, made the two-hour climb to the top of the bald and enjoyed the view.
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    Sophie has just begun her college career, at Utah Valley University.
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    Two days before she left for college, Sophie decided to hike to the top of Mount Marcy, the highest peak in New York State. Here she is about halfway up.
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    Sophie and Ellie in Letchworth.
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    Robbie at the Glen Iris.
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    If you know where this is, send me an e-mail at bob@lonsberry.com. Do you like their shirts?
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    Col. O'Rorke, a great Rochesterian and Irishman.
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    Signs of the times. Where is this? Do you know?
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    Decoupage at the Trading Post on 15 in Pennsylvania. I love this stuff.
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    Amish food. I think the red thing is a bull testicle.
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    Southern food. These people know how to eat.
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    Little Robbie and a cheese puff, cheese puff.
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    Jimmy and a gun I bought at a Hessney auction. Do you know what make the gun is?
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    Little Scott on our country land.
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    Jack found an antler in the woods!
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    Little Robbie at the poor-kids zoo.
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    Two down, many to go.
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    Then we had kittens.
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    And Robbie turned 3.