We met at the County Kitchen restaurant and had breakfast and coffee and conversation. I really enjoyed that meeting and hope he did too. Here is a picture that the waitress took of us both:
On the way there I drove by what used to be my in-law's old house. It sits on about three acres or so on a corner across the road from the airport. Here is a picture of the rear of the house:
And one from the front:
Directly behind me when I took that picture was the airport. It now has a fence all around it and a business jet was just fixing to take off. In the old days there were no fences and my father-in-law would taxi his plane over to the front yard to wash it and clean it out.
I also went to see my wife’s and my old house, since it was in Country Club Heights just behind the Country Kitchen where we had breakfast. It was such a mess and run down that I couldn’t stand to look at it. I did get to say hello to a couple of old neighbors.
That evening, we went to see my wife’s last surviving Aunt and also got to visit with wife’s cousin and brother’s family. This is a picture going up their driveway. The Y to the left goes to her aunts home and the Y to the right goes to her cousins home.
And here is her aunt’s home:
My wife’s cousin raises Arabian horses as a hobby and has done so for most of her life. She is a down to earth girl who is easy to talk to and friendly to all. Here is a picture of her (in orange) showing a couple of her horses to the girls:
And a couple more of the horses:
I am going to end this blog with a picture of my wife’s Aunt, her daughter, and my wife’s nieces. This represents the 1st, 2nd, and 4th generations.
More to come and you all have a good day now, you hear?