Photo Gallery - September 2005
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way cool crib on Venice Beach, California. On our way to New York we had a 2 day
layover in LA and had a great time hangin with Jordan's brother, our friends and
view from the terrace is fine. Great location. LA... WE LOVE IT!
South from the terrace. The breakwater, which can be seen in the background,
forms the entrance to the Marina del Rey complex where Queen Jane spent almost a
month back in September, 2000.
night we arrived, though we were hung over with trans-Pacific jet lag, Danny
hosted a small gathering of 20 or so people. Our old friends the Hefta-Gaubs
from Seattle were in town and my friend Greg Carpenter (who lives in Laguna
Beach) brought his lovely new girlfriend Paula.
friends Brad and Adrien Hefta-Gaub with one of their beautiful daughters
(Saffron) eating BBQ on the terrace. The entire family had come to Los Angeles
just to see us (well really they came to take the kids to Disney Land, an
experience they will not soon forget, the kids I mean).
at left, then Paula (whose last name I can't recall) and Greg Carpenter, an old
friend from Seattle.
lounging on Danny's friend Sean who seems to make a comfortable couch.
being buried alive at the beach by Brad and Danny.
hope he quits while he's a head.
our last night in LA Jonah plays chess with Uncle Danny.
Cole and even little Julia get in on the action attacking Uncle Al (who is also
Cole and Julia's father). Al Hodys is Jordan's brother-in-law, his sister
and Julia playing in the little car in the driveway at Jordan's mother's house
in Otis, Massachusetts.
and Jonah in Otis.
(Jordan's mom) and Harvey with the 3 grandkids.
Woodstock, where Jordan's father lives, Jonah had another horseback riding
lesson. Here he is leading the horse out to the corral with the
trotting in the corral.
the lesson Jonah leads the horse back to the barn and
swan boats at the Public Garden in Boston.
a bit touristy, but its very pleasant and Jonah loved it.
is the stable where they keep all the extra swans when they aren't too busy.
and Mr. Bobby wait at the dock since dogs are not allowed on the swan boats (how
and her mother with Mr. Bobby in foreground.
rides the mother duck at the "Make Way for Ducklings" statue in the
poses before a statue of a Minuteman in Concord, Massachusetts, the town where
she grew up.
Concord Bridge where the first real battle of the Revolutionary War was fought
between British regulars and a squad of minutemen.
view of the bridge from the other side.
the top of Overlook Mountain in Woodstock, New York (near Jordan's father's
house) is this fire lookout tower.
down on Kate and Jonah at a picnic table from about half way up the tower.
view of the scenery from the top of the fire tower. The Hudson River can be seen
in this photo winding its way South to New York City.
view from the tower in a different direction.
photo of the ruins of the Overlook Hotel on Overlook Mountain.
shot of the overgrown ruins. I believe this was a functioning hotel in the late
Jordan's sister's home, Jonah finds time to play with his new gameboy, a gift of
his Grandpa and Grandma.
sitting Julia (Debbie's daughter) was easy. We just plopped her on the couch and
she fell right asleep! So she peed on the couch, big deal.
and Kate in Deb's beautiful kitchen.
for the kids.
its a bird, its a plane, no wait, its the ocean!