"These happy golden years are passing by, these happy golden years." Laura Ingalls Wilder

Saturday, August 07, 2010

What I Did On Summer Vacation - Part I

... in pictures. 

Summer wouldn't be summer without a little relaxation thrown in the mix.  I tend to stay close to home due to the gardens .. and the busy production of storing food for the winter.  Hubby did let me slip away one weekend to the west coast of Washington to visit new found family. 

This is my cousin Egon and his wife Debbie.  He emigrated from Denmark years ago and is the keeper of our family tree.  They invited me to join them for a Danish picnic ... and a visit to Viking Days at a Nordic museum. 

It has been my dream for years to discover my Danish heritage ... and this was a great way to start!


Kathryn said...

Love your pics! Looks like you had fun. Hope you are enjoying the waning days of summer. :)

Sandy said...

Beautiful pictures, especially
of your family! So glad you
were able to go and had such
a good time!

Felisol said...

Roots are important.
So is meeting with real people and a some air under the wings now and then.
I'm glad for you and your new found relatives.
If your heading to the old world next year, it sure would be nice to meet you.
"If we live, and the good Lord will", my mother use to say.

Anonymous said...

Fabulous! Very happy you had this opportunity! Barbara