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December 27, 2011  

Well, the blog has become an annual event—the equivalent of a Christmas newsletter.  

We had lots of snow and rain at times. (Pictures)

In March Dan and Keith Danskin built shelves for the new Reading Room in Milford, NH. (Pictures)

Lynn produced a number of quilts and went on two quilting retreats. (Pictures)

Dan wrote some songs: All God's Children, When We Are Apart, and You Take the High Road,
and arranged some songs: Fanfare for the Common Man, King of the Road, Men of Honor, What a Wonderful World, Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5, Ode to Joy, O Come Little Children, You Light Up My Life, Voca Me, and Where Is Love.

We were visited by a "friendly" grouse that pecked at our feet. (Pictures)

We visited a lilac garden in Pelham, MA.  (Pictures)

We had a party for friends in June. (Pictures)

Lynn completed a John Deere puzzle. (Picture)

Dan sang with the Barnstormers three weekends. (MOVIE)

Dan continues to walk Snowy two or three times a week in Greenfield Town Forest. (Picture)

Matt gave Dan a rafting trip for Fathers' Day.  (Wait for 11-MB slide show to download)

We attended a concert on the commons in Greenfield. (Pictures)

We worked on the house. (Pictures)

We worked on our pond (Pictures)

We worked on the gardens. (Pictures)

We visited Lynn and John Roy. (Pictures)

We took Alex and Addy to Clark's Trading Post in Lincoln, NH. (Pictures.)

We took Alex and Addy bowling.

Lynn attended Addy's kindergarden "Snow" performance.

We had the grandkids to our house. (Pictures)

We visited the grandkids at Sarah's house. (Pictures)

We went with the Holzers to a medieval fair in Thetford. (Pictures)

We visited the grandkids at Matt's house. (Pictures)

We went to Sarah's house for Christmas. (Pictures)

We took pictures of animals on our property. (Pictures.)

Best wishes for the new year.