Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Time Travels

We recently returned from PA and Dick's 50th college reunion. 

 

Before we left for State College, we did some visiting with long time friends in Verona. Marv is Dick's fraternity brother and the four of us were neighbors in San Diego long ago.



Our girls took swimming lessons together at the Y. Marv found this old photo!



Dick grew up in this house, and his folks lived here for 60 years or so. We were kind of sad to see it for sale.




We visited the Oakmont Cemetery and were delighted that Dick's cousin, Suzy, planted flowers at his parents' graves.


Most of the Acacia class of '63 fifty years later.


The wives.......


We spent the last couple of days exploring the Pennsylvania countryside and then slipped across the border into New York and enjoyed a few hours at Watkins Glen. What a lovely spot!
We've been home for a busy week and are soon headed to a family gathering to celebrate our great niece's high school graduation and make some more memories!

9 comments:

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Great photos and great times, Judy! I love the one of Dick's family's home... makes me sad to see it for sale, too. You know I do love the Old Girls. blessings ~ tanna

Lynn said...

Seems like a lovely time. The house I was raised in was for sale recently. It seems odd to me, imagining other people in my house.

Dee said...

Cute picture of the kids. Glad you had a good trip.

You and Dick certainly get around.

Nancy said...

Nothing compares to reconnecting family and friends, especially if the distance between is long. Welcome home. I look forward to hearing more about your trip.

kathy b said...

Fireman just told me that's in the Finger Lakes and supposed to be gorgeous. More photos please.

Your reunion spirit is wonderful. I shy away from them.
Your images are filled with FUN!

Janet said...

Glad you had a good visit with friends. Love the photos.

Charlene ♥ SC said...

Ah, fond memories!

Rian said...

What a fun trip- always a hoot to reconnect with family and old friends. I grew up in a house practically identical to Dick's--I knew what was behind those windows on the side.... That old house will get new life when some younger people move in.

Becca said...

Looks like a wonderful time with family and friends! I would have been tempted to call the realtor and see the house again.