Sunday, November 13, 2011

This & That

Clambake In Honor of Confederate spy Miss Emeline Pigott

Dixie at her grave site with III to Liberty

Dixie and Tom

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Homeschool Tennis lessons

Hard at work reading A Tale of Two Cities:)

11 comments:

  1. She reminds me of my daughter...very pretty...and a constant source of worry when the boys come-a-callin.'

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  2. Dixie will be 16 next June on my mother's birthday.

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  3. I'll assume you are Dixie's grandfather? If not, I apologize.

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  4. Nope the last of five daughters!:) But that's not me in the picture, if that's what you are referring to!

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  5. Yes...I was thinking that "guy" in the photo was you. Sorry, I figured you were an old fart. Maybe you are...I know I am. I just turned 49. I'll be fighting the zombie hordes from a wheelchair.

    Anyhoo...our daughters are something very special, and I bet you are raising yours as I do mine.

    I can tell you are a good man, Mr. Townsend. I'd like to hoist a few cold ones with you some day.

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  6. Well, I'm not far behind him.:) Do you ever get into NC on your travels?

    I's in the last picture,:)
    http://www.namsouth.com/viewtopic.php?t=4066&highlight=cape+carteret

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  7. Regarding NC...spent a lot of time at Camp Lejeune and loved visiting the nearby beaches...Myrtle Beach (honeymoon), New Bern, Wrightsville...good times...and the people were great folks.

    Regarding your photo...I mean no disrespect...but you remind me of Elvin Bishop and the Charlie Daniel's reference.

    I hope you can play... :D

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  8. Oh...and they don't allow me to go any further south than Kentucky these days...me bein' a Yankee and all.

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  9. Nope, but T can.:) Well, I'm halfway between Morehead City and Jacksonville, so if you want some time at the beach y'all are more than welcome.

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