Across the USA
When we returned to the USA we stopped being travelers and became visitors and our
route was determined by where there were people we wanted to visit with. The list was
made up of family (brother, cousins, nephew) and friends from our Navy days. And, for
some reason, we stopped being photographers.
Acadia National Park
Maine, early fall colors
Pillsbury State Park
Tolland State Forest
Massachusetts near the
town of Blandford
Blandford, MA. Many names in the Pattison family tree lived in
Blandford and I suppose a lot of them are buried in this cemetery.
At West Point point at my
Grandfather’s name on a
plaque listing lettermen (or
football players) from the
class of 1893
The musket carried by my 6th great uncle, Jacob Beeler at the
Battle of King’s Mountain in the Revolutionary War. His brother
Jacob, my 6th Great Grandfather, was also there.
King’s Mountain State Park
Fall color in New Mexico, a little blurry because my video camera
decided to focus on the window and not the object of the pictures
Home after 64 days and 13410 miles.
Ten Canadian Provinces
Twenty two States