Highlights of July 2002
Asia wishes everyone a cool summer!
After our trip to Shanghai, we spent the week of July 1-5
in Hong Kong. Click on the pictures below to see our pictures of Hong Kong.
30th - Central
July 1 -
2 - Macau
3 -- Happey Valley and Stanley
4 - Lamma Island and Aberdeen
Les and John Party
On July 14th, our friends John and Leslie held a Christmas
in July party. We captured a few pictures of the group enjoying the beautiful
sunshine, pool, great cuisine and of course 'caroling'.
Ken and Angeline's Wedding
On July 20th, Jon and Care traveled to Ithaca, NY for Ken
and Angeline's wedding. After 15 plus years together, Care finally had the
opportunity to visit Jon's alma mater, Cornell. Coming from California in
the summer, we were not used to so much greenery
Friday evening, Jon picked Care up at the airport and they
checked into their B&B at Buttermilk Falls.
A quick change and we headed out to Ken and Angeline's
rehearsal dinner held Six Mile Creek Winery. This was a Cornell reunion of
sorts including Don and Iris G., Larry F. as well as the groom.
Serious alumni funding discussions took place during the
cocktail hour. In case anyone forgets their name, we are all properly
identifiable - except for Ken!!.
July 20, Sage Chapel. A great day for a wedding and a
The reception was held at a farm converted hotel/restaurant
located on a lake outside of Ithaca. Angeline's father, Barry, provided some
Australian advice to Ken.
Don also gave some words of wisdom to the T brothers.
After enjoying the afternoon reception, we arranged to hook
up with our St. Louis friend , Boyd, who was on assignment in Ithaca for several
Larry and family had invited all of us to dinner and so we spent the evening
with them enjoying the F. estate.
Sunday Jon and I explored the Cornell campus and Jon's old
haunts in Ithaca.
One of the treasures on campus is the Johnson Museum of Art.
As we walked around the campus, we crossed one of the
numerous suspension bridges.
Before jumping on airplanes to our respective
destinations, we stopped at Ithaca Falls to cool our toes.