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All set to whale watch. We did see humpback whales and dolphins.
Gullfoss waterfall is said to be the most spectacular in Iceland.
Here I am sitting on the edge of the rift in between North America and Europe.
The stainless steel "Sun Voyager" in Reykjavik, Iceland harbor
Me and Gordon after climbing to the top of Diamond Head in Honolulu, Hawaii last month.
day 1000 of my streak for "Log in and spin the SparkPoints wheel" earned 2/10/2016
day 950 of my streak for "Log in and spin the SparkPoints wheel" earned 12/23/2015
This is the shark cocoon blanket I crocheted for our 8 yo grandson for Christmas.
Some beautiful lakes in Scotland. July 2015
A traffic sign for a sheep crossing! England, July 2015
Gordon and I and Mt. St. Helens, June 20, 2015
Alan resting after a walk, November 2014
DeAnne and Gordon, Empire State Building, October 2014
I'm on the glass Skydeck Ledge of Willis Tower in Chicago.
Me and our two young'uns, Angel (bottom) and Alan (top)
Castlewood Creek Hike with new dog Alan and six others. That's how you stay cool in the summer.
Just our footprints, but look how far we walked!
Merry Christmas from Angel!
I'm on the Al Foster Trail with my dog Angel. It's so pretty out there. 12/12/13
I'm with Angel and 12 other dogs and their people at Castlewood Park, November 16, 2013.
Here we are at the Continental Divide, Colorado, July 2013
Gordon and me, Canyonlands National Park, Utah, July 2013
Angel is laughing!
Our grandsons, December 2012
DeAnne (at right) and sisters with Mom on her 90th birthday, August 2012
Grandson blowing out candles for 5th birthday, August 2012
21-mile March to the Arch 9/11/2012
Our 25th anniversary photo
Gordon and me on a Volksmarch, May 2012
Gordon and DeAnne, August 2011
Painting panels for the house we built in Guatemala, March 2011
Our grandsons, Christmas 2010
My husband, Gordon, with our dog, November 2010
Our dog, Angel, resting. (Yes, she's spoiled!)
My sisters and mother, October 2010
March to the Arch in 2010, a 21-mile walk to remember 9/11
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