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Travel portfolios:

Armenia    Egypt    India    Kathmandu     China   Russia    Stockholm    Gotland    Copenhagen    Iceland    Amsterdam    Barcelona    Vienna    London    Rome    Prague  Everglades    Lake Powell.   Black Hills

Family Portfolios:

Old Chard    Old Williams    Eastern Shore    Family in Rome    Black Hills



Click Rome Family button for movie access through Google Drive.

In 2011,  my family had party in Rome at the Piazza Barbarini restaurant of Agenta and Marcello. There were thirty people at the party from the U. S. and Sweden. This movie shows the highlights the include gelato at "The Bridge" next to the Vatican and the dinner party. (Click Rome Family button above.)

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In 2009, Nancy and I went to Egypt for a tour with John West. Nine of us rented the Great Pyramid for two hours.

Click on the bottom right corner of the frame for sound.




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With 16,000 foot snow-capped Mount Ararat looming in the distance, Nancy is captured by a young Armenia girl, bubbling with enthusiasm for meeting an American. She asks and answers with the words, "You American. You happy, right? You happy!"

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At the base of the Great Pyramid, after renting the pyramid for two hours with seven friends, Nancy and I pose for what would be a limited edition Christmas card.

Family Photographs

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Colorized 1948 photograph of the Vernon Chard family on the farm where both my mother and her father had been born, her father Dannie J. Williams born in 1869.

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The Williams family and friends in farm front yard, Mother center with her father to her right and Uncle John on the running board of a Model T. (Colorized)

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The Wetypkin Ferry was a highlight of Eastern Shore vacations. The man at the post pulled on the rope to transport cars and passengers across the narrow creek for 25 cents. Dad is waving to the camera in 1940.


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