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May, 2007 - Issue #72
Another month in the life of Bob and Camille
15 YEARS AGO - COLORADO 1992
Amy turns three in August, warranting a pool party, which she obviously enjoyed.
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE
Poised on the brink of an entirely different life as a college student away from family and friends, Amy doesn't look too worried.
A PROUD DAY
Amy made it through High School with flying colors and has been accepted at San Diego State University.
LOTS OF LAUGHS
Amy and her friend, celebrated with a Graduation Pool Party, continuing her legacy of big smiles and pool parties.
NICE WAY TO START THE MONTH
May 1 found us on Grand Cayman Island, swimming on the finest beaches we have ever seen; mixing a little bit of business with a whole lot of pleasure. Of course we took loads of photos. Check out Photo Essays: A Grand Getaway and Cayman Wild Life
The sun sets on another day at our stone cottage.
Nearby Plano hosted the Live Green in Plano Expo May 5th.
Bob represented Biodiesel Industries at the event.
As always, he drew a crowd of people interested in Biodiesel.
WORK, WORK, WORK
Bob headed out for another work trip May 13th. It was National Transportation Week in Detroit and Biodiesel Industries was breaking ground on a new plant there. Click on the link to see more pictures of this trip.
"Let's go for a hike" Bob said on May 20th, and so we did. For more pictures, go to Lake Ray Roberts Greenbelt Trail May 19, 2007
TAKING A FANCY TO THE TREES
Camille obviously has too much time on her hands. These are a few of the more photogenic trees out of the 30 or so on our little acre of Texas paradise.
Camille spent hours pulling vines off this poor tree and is hoping it survives.
May 20, we installed another garden behind the house. This one included begonias and sweet potatoes. There's nothing like edible landscaping!
The gardens at work continue to flourish with salad greens.
Beets, spinach and tomatoes.
THIS MONTH'S QUOTES:
"Americans are amazingly unconscious of how destructive the automobile has been to their everyday world." - James Howard Kunstler
"What the environmental movement is not very good at is acknowledging that something in the very fabric of our daily life is deeply anti-nature as well as anti-human." Curtis White, from Mary/April 2007 Orion Magazine"
Healthy people are diagnosed with diseases. Small ailments are said to be serious problems. Patients have become automatic teller machines for the hospitals." - The Southern Metropolis Daily newspaper said in a commentary, Wed Mar 21
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