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  • Monday, November 30, 2009

    My World Tuesday; Last of the rose buds

    I was able to capture the last of my tea rose buds. The weather in Columbus is getting colder and it looks like we may get some snow soon. I used my Olympus on the nature macro setting.

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    Thursday, November 12, 2009

    SkyWatch Friday; Once again, the Columbus moon

    These were captured on October 23rd and I just realized I hadn't downloaded them yet. Enjoy!

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    Friday, November 6, 2009

    SkyWatch Friday; Welcoming Autumn

    A few photos ushering in Autumn.

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    Monday, November 2, 2009

    My World Tuesday; Halloween Hockey Game

    Christopher’s ready for the game in his Vintage 1985 Mario Lemieux jersey.

    Game attendance was a record 19,000+ with 40% Pittsburgh fans. From our Terrace Club Table seats, Christopher covertly hangs his 2009 Stanley Cup rally towel. A game 3 Stanley Cup give-away that Nick and Christopher attended in Pittsburgh this past June.

    His team is down 3 to 1 at the beginning of the third period.

    Feeling much better once the Penguins scored 2 goals to tie the game.

    After a five minute overtime period followed by a shootout, the Penguins WIN!

    The night before Halloween in Columbus brought out Fred Flintstone, a She-Devil and a biker chick to High Street.

    Here we see a Penguin fan dressed as......a penguin!

    One of the Hanson brothers made his way to Nationwide Arena for the game.

    On Friday our son Christopher and his girlfriend accompanied Nick and I to the Pittsburgh Penguins verses Columbus Blue Jackets hockey game. Christopher has been a Penguins fan since he was about 6 years old when the Lumberjacks (Penguins farm team) moved to Cleveland. Hailing from NHL-less Cleveland left him with no real options except to cheer for Pittsburgh.

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