Tuesday, September 10, 2002

Photos from our trip

We got the slides from our trip yesterday. André started sorting them into the slide holders and finished today. I guess we’ll spend a couple of hours with this four-digit number of photos now. I sure am glad we decided not to frame the slides ourselves this time. And yes, some of the photos are going to make it to this website – once I’ve got time to select them, digitize them and put the pages together.

We’ve got tortilla chips and salsa to munch on, but they’re not as good as those you get in Mexican or Southwestern restaurants in Arizona and New Mexico.


Congratulations, Tina and John, and welcome James Anthony!

Diese Woche in der Zeit

Noch ein Nachtrag zu gestern:

Reisen: New York: Abgewiesen! “Newark wird von Reisenden geschätzt, weil sie von diesem Flughafen aus schnell in Manhattan sind. An den Beamten der Einwanderungsbehörde führt aber auch hier kein Weg vorbei.”

3 thoughts on “Tuesday, September 10, 2002

  1. Scott Hanson

    That’s the sad part about life in Germany. You can’t get any decent Southwestern food, even at supposedly Southwestern restaurants. I used to buy at a Mexican Großhandel in Hamburg, but it’s quite expensive in the small quantities a private household would use. I guess I’ve learned to compromise, and to look forward to trips to Arizona.

    http://home.tiscalinet.de/mexaldemo/ is a similar shop in Aachen.

  2. Sam DeVore


    Glad you got home safely, and I want to congratulate you both on your nuptials, what a beautiful place to get married. Best of luck finding southwest food in Germany. Hope that your trip was uneventful when you wanted and eventful when not. Good luck in the coming year and it was great to meet you.

    Sam D

  3. Andrea Frick

    Thank you, Sam. It was great meeting you and your family, too.

    Our trip went on as good as it started. We had a great time and especially enjoyed visiting Kartchner Cavern – thanks for suggesting it to us!



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