For the family’s enjoyment, here are some more pictures of my cute niece and nephews (and a few other people—including me!) from our trip to Kingston in October.
One of our family’s traditions is the Christmas afternoon walk. Like our tradition of each taking charge of preparing part of Christmas dinner, I suspect this was started by my mother, who needed a little breathing space after the chaos of Christmas morning with three (or more) young children. Perrie and I spent much of [...]
Sue and Stuart discuss potential locations for wedding photographs July 10 at Carruthers Point in Kingston, Ont. High water levels in Lake Ontario have dramatically reduced the size of the beaches, leaving many areas inaccessible. Wedding activities kicked into high gear Thursday when Stuart and Sue arrived from Ottawa with her parents, who had flown [...]
Kingston City Hall was built in 1844 at a cost of 25,000 pounds, when the city was the capital of Canada. I’m trying to get caught up on some of the photos I have taken but not posted this week. I’m back in Kingston now, where my parents live. As my brother’s wedding approaches, things [...]