I am a sucker for cute furry animals. And I’m a fan of the adorable Norwegian brothers Ylvis who created the viral hit “What does the fox say?”
Reason to be thankful.
Taking a closer look at the photos in the old family albums.
Since our retirement my husband and I have been doing a lot of road trips mixing sightseeing and family visits because all of our family is at least two days drive in one direction or another.
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Here’s a fun picture from my genealogy blog. I just love word clouds. Word clouds in shapes – even better!
Have you ever seen a tree in the clouds? Or a cloud of names in a tree?
A friend posted a link to a list of the most popular Hungarian surnames (2006). In the top spot is Nagy, the ‘Smiths’ of Hungary. Although, to be accurate,while Smith is the most common English language surname in Hungarian it translates to Kovács, which ranks #2 in Hungarian popularity.
In our direct ancestry line these surnames were ranked in the top 100;
This tree word-cloud shows all the known surnames in our direct line.
And that’s the Big (Nagy) and Small (Kis) of it.
Pronghorn antelope blending in with the pale dry landscape.
Big wide open vistas.
Purple mountain majesties rising in the distance.
Forests of windmills on the ridge.
Miles and miles of miles and miles.
And the sillouette of a black bison high on a hill at the Colorado border.
Welcome to Wyoming.