Monthly Archives: September 2014

the chicago experiment

The experiment appears to be a success. That is, the one where Steve and Kim move to a city for two weeks, and combine work with a vacation. We’ve been able to keep the work train moving, see sights, visit … Continue reading

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bike rides, photo walks, scary ledges and a marscapone custard shake

We worked at the apartment all morning, then met up with Kate this afternoon. Steve and Kate took a bike ride along the lake shore, and I took a 5 mile photo walk (according to my FitBit). We had coffee … Continue reading

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sunday in the (windy) city

We’re still in Chicago…enjoying the city, our girl, our friends, and even each other (go figure). Yesterday there was no wind, but lots of walking. All good, let’s keep going. That’s not true. We ended the day with Steve riding … Continue reading

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yesterday in chicago

We’re here in Chicago to visit Kate. That is Kate, the oldest daughter, art historian, gonna be an architect. The one who knows Latin and horses and how to bake bread and make camp anywhere. She astonishes me. I keep … Continue reading

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let’s be adventurers

September 1. That means I am no longer 56. And that summer is about done. Which is kind of a good thing, because it was a tricky summer. Alex is settled in Amsterdam, and all is going quite well. She … Continue reading

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