July 19, 2004

Wow! Great reunion!

Reunion sampler!(Click to enlarge.) Here's a glimpse at some of the reunion photos. For all of them, go here. (Click on the thumbnails to get large photos with captions.) As I get more pictures I'll add links to them...
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July 18, 2004

Family Reunion 2: Seal selection

I was expecting to see seals, but I was not prepared for the huge herd we saw as we crossed the dunes. At first I thought they were rocks, or strange black buoys, or something. Don kept saying, "'They're so...
Posted by Greg Stone at 05:31 AM
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Family reunion 1: Where we were

What a fascinating spot! Nauset Beach, South Beach, Monomoy and the sand and waters all around them are in this constant dance with the ocean that makes for continuous change in sand, water, wild life and even human visitors. Stepping...
Posted by Greg Stone at 05:04 AM
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July 07, 2004

New photos from Tom, James, and Owings

Andie at fountain - from Tom's slide show. (click to enlarge). (Update! After I first posted this I received an email from Owings Stone with more photos. You'll find more about those and a link just after the last...
Posted by Greg Stone at 04:27 AM
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June 24, 2004

Stone Family Reunion July 17

Stone Family Reunion July 17 10:30-4:00 Raindate: July 18 Phone: 508-945-4399 (Lisa) 508-945-0944 (Betty & Mal) Address: 43 Edgewater Drive, Chatham, MA 02633 Lunch will be provided. Sandwiches, chips, sodas, juices. If young children need special foods please bring them....
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April 04, 2004

Sharing

Click on images for a larger version. I've put up a couple recent albums - one of photos taken at Kit's 9th birthday and the other at Paul's birthday party. But I'd like to show more from other members...
Posted by Greg Stone at 11:07 AM
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March 07, 2004

Sharing photos online

I got carried away this week, expanding on an earlier theme of all the neat things you can do in terms of putting your digital images online to share with family, friends and the world. I did a lot of experimenting and a lot of writing - and I hope the result is useful to others wanting to share some images. You'll find it all in "A World Wide Web of Photo sharing opportunity." The software I used works on Macs or Windows. The four different approaches taken cover a range of Web skills from the four thumbed to the Web fanatic. I'm posting this notice here because I think one of the big advantages of the Web is to make it easy for families to share their experiences. If you have a family Web site - or photo site - why don't you post the URL as a comment here? And if you don't, why not read the article and see how easy it can be to have your own.
Posted by Greg Stone at 07:29 PM
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June 22, 2003

5 kids and a back yard

I played a combination of tag and hide-and-seekwith the four grandchildren yesterday. Despite the wide age ranges (6 - 61) the children played well together for an hour with nothing more than their imaginations, a backyard, and an almost-raining summer...
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June 02, 2003

Simon says "be social !"

It was after dinner and I walked into the dining room to find three generations playing "Simon Says" and all laughing like children - including the children. What a delightful sight and sound. This was near the end of the...
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