The weekend of December 9, 1995, we were in Lake Delton, Wisconsin to
attend the wedding of our friends
Eric and Amanda.
The wedding took place in a Frank Lloyd Wright cottage in the middle
of the Wisconsin woods. The attendees, the architecture and the
appetites sated made it a weekend to remember!
In August, 1995 we went to Cleveland with the
Club to get a preview of the Rock & Roll hall of fame and museum.
On the way home we stopped at Niagara Falls for dinner. The view definitely
is much better from the Canadian side.
The East Fourth street Home for the Overeducated Underemployed (Reb's college
home) is no more. The famous couch from the Home now resides in John
Hunt's house. On September 10, 1995 we had a mini-reunion. We were
gathered together for John's wedding. The couch doesn't have much
more room on it, but why not introduce yourself to the gang?
Better yet, step into the
East Fourth Street Home room for a
In April, 1995, we spent some time in Washington, DC. We were there
to celebrate the wedding of our friends Eric & Tracy. Reb met Eric while
he and Eric were exiled to Chicago.
While in Washington, we spent some time wandering the on the Mall.
We also met up with our friend Tom Wible. We stopped at his house long
enough to take a picture in front of the beautiful trees around his house.
During this trip we managed to find a very interesting monument to
Albert Einstein. It is hidden away in the back garden of the National
Academy of Sciences, just off Constitution avenue. It's definitely
well worth a visit!
In October, 1994, we visited Iceland.
We flew into Reykjavik, and spent three and a half days wandering around
the countryside. It was a fascinating experience! Follow the sun for the
Harrison Ross Jackson was born to our friends Jodi and Randy
Jackson on February 18, 1996.
He weighed 9 pounds 6 ounces. Harrison is the mellowest baby we've ever met!
In February, 1995, our friend Philip Williams celebrated his 45th birthday.
We flew over to East Anglia to help with the festivities.
Elspeth got him quite an interesting cake. Why don't you take a look for
yourself? It not only looked great, but it tasted great as well!
Speaking of great tastes don't forget to take a look out behind the kitchen at Stef's Garden of culinary delights before you go.
We hope you have enjoyed your visit to our café. Please come back and
visit with us again soon, we're always adding to our photographic
collection! Besides, we may someday locate the Australia
video, and you wouldn't want to miss the big announcement!
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