Wednesday, November 29, 2006

William and Mary Class of 1971 Gift Committee Co-Chairs Ginny Carey and Julian Fore with Pam Michael...

A tribute to Ginny and Julian ourco-chairs of our class' Gift Committee who helped to raise over $750,000 for the Fund for William and Mary for our 35th Reunion Class Gift. And many thanks to Pam for ably assisting and coordinating the efforts on campus.

When will you all be coming up to Vermont?

At the Vermont Hospitality Expo in Burlington...

...meeting with lots of new vendors and products... we are the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters booth...a fair Fair Trade company...enjoy Green Mountain Fair Traded Organic Coffee at the Birdhouse Inn!

A fond farewell to Margo Larson who always spoke for improving humaitarian condtions here in Vermont and around the world. She was a steady member of the FHCC Mission Board for many years and a Sunday School teacher and leader. Her new ventures take her to Saratoga for more ways to move the world towards peace.

We will miss her deeply.

Who's at the door "disguised" and "dressed" as a Califronian?!

Welcome back...Maryann...

When you are in the Amish-Lancaster, PA area, we highly **** recommend that you stay at the Homestead Inn in Smoketown...

Lori and Bob are wonderful hosts and their place is comfy and cozy!

We stay there whenever we in the case when we came back from Williamsburg via Amish country...

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Our November visit and cooking at Dismas House...

please welcome our guest from England...Kay...who is working with International Ambassadors and assisting at Dismas House.

Be careful what Tom tells you!

Monday, November 27, 2006

Now that's a large pretzel...

...would Rich like a bite?

Tell us where the picture was taken and win a prize!

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold with Anthony and Maria came to Poultney. They went to VINS and enjoyed the Vermont coutnryside.

Of course, the chickies were a big hit, too!

We had a very nice time with the Arnolds.

By the way, Anthony, what happened to the Yankees?

This is Ben from Olney, Virginia...where we stopped to go to the post office.

Nearby, Ben had some wonderful yams for sale and they turned out to be very tasty when we got back home.

Thanks, Ben!

Heading back north via the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel...

What a fantastic feat of engineering...