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Ben’s Den Tasting Room   Leave a comment

Gulf Coast Distillers — Image by kenne

While on the Houston leg of our road trip, we had dinner at Ben’s Den Tasting Room
with Katelyn, Janie, and David — a food truck provided the food menu.

In 1998, the De Aldecoa family bought the then memorable Uncle Ben’s Rice manufacturing facility
on Clinton Drive. Now the facility has been turned into a world-class coffee plant and distillery, expanding the
beverage imperium with the creation of the Gulf Coast Distillers.

Yes, the whisky I had was excellent.

— kenne

Dog Eaten Purse Strap: A Follow-up   Leave a comment

Missing Dog Eaten Purse Strap — Image by kenne

Recently I reblogged a post from 2009 of granddaughter Katelyn and myself, who we visited on our road trip stop in Houston.
The reblog had the following preface:

“Yesterday, we visited David, Janie, and Katelyn in their new home before going out to dinner.
Unfortunately, I didn’t take any new photos distracted by the running dialog of trying to share
everything that has happened over the past two years and the not-expected destroying of Joy’s
leather purse by one of their dogs
. So, I will add that she is a beautiful young woman about
to start her senior year in high school.”

Since daughter Katie follows my blog, she texted a recent image of her and Katelyn taken when she visited Kately, Janie, and David in July.

Kate and Katelyn (“The Gates of Heven Must Be Open, I Just Saw Two Angels”)– Image by Kate

As for the purse, Janie has ordered Joy a new handbag.
Thank you, Janie!

Capturing The Moment — Mother & Child   2 comments

Mother & Child — Image by kenne

Posted September 11, 2012 by kenneturner in Capturing the Moment, Family, Life, Photography

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Janie, David & The Girls Visit – Day 1 Video   Leave a comment

Janie & Katelyn at 2nd Saturday Downtown Tucson — Image by kenne

Tucson Festival of Books: Where Words & Imagination Come To Life   1 comment

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While David, Janie and the girls were here we attended the Tucson Festival of Books on the campus of the University of Arizona. This two-day event attracted over 100,000 people and over 450 authors and 240 exhibitors. The event includes a lot of hands-on activities , presentations and reading for all age groups illustrating how “words and imagination come to life.”  A very impressive event, indeed.

kenne

Images by kenne

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