During spring break we visited the barrier islands of
Tarrant has been very busy with marching band, playing in competitions at the Georgia Dome and travelling to
We travelled together to
Arlene barefoot on a remote Oregon beach
The route through the Gulf Islands in search of whales
No wind so had to motor....bummer...
Port Townsend, Washington State...a wooden boat lovers dream...
Returning with provisions for dinner on board...the apple pie brought the smile to Eleanor's face!
We enjoyed a visit from Andrew, Tanya, Tabitha and Ottilie Collingridge from
A big event this year was the arrival of Neo, our new baby (Jack Russell). He seems to have some form of canine multiple personality disorder, switching from a calm and loving puppy to a crazed
Another arrival this year was Dare, a 40 year old dinghy that we have started to race at the local sailing club. She belongs to the Thistle class which was designed by a Scottish American in 1945. Tarrant, Elliot and I sail together with Eleanor acting as standby crew. Racing is a big challenge and we are slowly learning the ropes (literally) together. We recently raced at a regatta in
Well that is the news from the American branch of the Newnham family for another year. With love and best wishes for 2005, Dale Arlene, Tarrant, Elliot, Eleanor & Neo