kpanek on April 19th, 2008

When last we chatted, I told you of our Thursday outing to Wheeling and Pittsburgh. The next evening they were due to fly back to Chicago so we had a morning to explore a bit more. As I said, Linda loves history. This is the 100-year anniversary of Mother’s Day and we are less than […]

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kpanek on March 13th, 2008

Sunday the local GWRRA Chapter (that is Goldwing Road Riders Association) had a pie and coffee over at Jimmy’s Diner. Although I have been a member for over a year, I had been unable to get to any get-togethers or meetings until now. To make a long story short, a couple of the ladies said […]

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kpanek on February 24th, 2008

True to norm here, we had a lovely snow on Wednesday, VERY cold on Thursday morning (6F at the house) but in the high 30s by Thursday afternoon. By Friday the snow was gone and we were back in the 40s.Although it was cold, I had a very pleasant drive to Charleston with the Director […]

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kpanek on May 22nd, 2007

I had an e-mail from Kathy Witt today. Kathy writes books and articles about dolls and doll collections. She wanted me to know Gillum House is included in an article published in Southern Travel News I hope you like the article. The Margaret Panek dolls were made by my late Mother-in-law Margaret Panek. We have […]

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