I realize that there are a lot of words on this blog. And that for most of you, all those words devolve into a slow, low drone, until you're Ferris Buehler, and I'm that nebbishy teacher asking, "Anyone? Anyone?"
So not many words today. Instead, the first batch of scanned images taken from the Family Archives:
Some of the family, dressed in souvenir Hawai'ian garb, brought by Grand-Ma and Grand-Pa after their trip to the islands. Photo taken at 66-6th Avenue, North Tonawanda, circa 1967. Front row (L-R): Cousin Chris, me, Cousin Gregg, Cousin Jeff. Middle row (L-R): Grand-Ma, Aunt Kathy, Unca Pete. Back row (L-R): Grand-Pa, Mary Beth, Dad.
I have perhaps 150 more photos to scan. This should be an interesting few weeks!