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Project 52






Scrapbook papers & elements from the kit The Best Is Yet To Come.
For more information about the designers and their work, see

http://mrs-sweetpeach.dreamwidth.org/766331.html
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For the most part, this was an average week, filled with work and household chores. The weekend was another story entirely. On Saturday we went out in search of new-to-us Ingress portals as we're trying to hack 300 such portals before the end of the month. Our first stop was White Chapel Cemetery and our second Roseland Park Cemetery. I don't remember much about either cemetery other than Jack Kevorkian is buried at White Chapel and that the building that has intrigued me for years is a mausoleum belonging to the Nassar family. I notice it every time we drive across on 12 Mile because the mausoleum is ringed with lamps. I wasn't able to learn anything about the family from our visit and even my rather formidable google-foo lead nowhere.

On Sunday we drove to Onondaga for the annual Davis Family Reunion. Turnout was very light this year; I believe I counted 17 adults and only two children. It was good to be able to catch up with family that I see only at the reunions so I wasn't sorry about attending. Afterwards jebra and I went to the Woldumar Nature Center in Lansing and went searching for Ingress portals. I have already forgotten how many we found (a dozen, maybe?) but we sighted four or five deer, one of whom was an 8 point buck, and I spotted the bright red berries of American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) growing along one of the trails.



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Tags: family, ingress, photography, project 52, rl, scrapbooking
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