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Saturday, September 18, 2010
Today is my Granddaughter, Jessica's, wedding day and Marian and I want to wish her much happiness in her new life with Braddock. Jessica lives in Santa Fe, NM, but getting married where his family is located. They will both be making their home in Santa Fe. We wish we could be there for their wedding but unfortunately we can't. Together we wish them much happiness and looking forward to seeing them in Santa Fe sometime this year or next. We both love you very much and can't wait to see the pictures of your wedding from the family. Happy Wedding Day Jessica!
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
After we left our friends in Water Valley, we went to visit and stayed overnight with some more friends in Van Vleet near Okolona, MS. Marian took this picture of us in front of their home Monday morning. (Read all about our visit on Marian's site)
Rooster made Marian and I a turkey caller and he's adjusting it.
Turkey caller Rooster made for us. He just sprayed lacquer on it to finish it out and letting it dry. It sounds great!
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Hershel and I waiting for our customers to come by. You can see his office in the background. We not only sold some trees but Hershel's books also, Lim and Jeff's God. You can order the trees and books to the right of my blog.
Hershel and I engaging in some interesting conversation.
Looking out from our table in front of us.
Marian took our picture in front of this "FISH" VW that was in a parking lot. Standing with me is Rex and his son Spencer.
Trent and I enjoying the evening after the carnival on the porch at his office.
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Dr. Walter E. Johnston, Jr., and myself.
My wife Marian took this picture of Dr. Johnston and I today while at his office. I wanted her to bring the camera to show him all the trees that I have made so far for our trip to Water Valley, MS, to sell my copper trees at the Watermelon Carnival. He was pleasantly surprised! We are both looking forward to our trip and visiting with our friends Rex, Denise and his family soon.
A table full of some of my copper trees to take to the Watermelon Carnival!
Monday, July 26, 2010
Marian and I were invited to the famous Christmas Place Plantation and Hunting Club this past Saturday for a work weekend and really enjoyed ourselves despite the heat. She took this picture of Hershel and I riding on one of the gators at the deer camp. Hershel, is Rex's Dad and the "Chief" of the camp in the MS Delta.
Here I am relaxing with Rex and Camo taking a much needed break from the heat. We are looking forward in a couple of weeks to going to Water Valley, MS, to sell my copper trees at the Watermelon Carnival. It will be great to see our friends again in such a short time and another fun get-a-way for both of us.
Took this picture of all of us relaxing before dinner. Left to right, Paul (neighbor), Marian, Rex, Hershel and his good neighborhood friend Dorothy.
Marian took this picture of a deer feeding near the camp house while we were sitting at the table.
Monday, July 19, 2010
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Sunday, July 11, 2010
Eilley with her Mom, Jessica and Dad, Bradd
Camilla, my ex-wife, with her great granddaughter, Eilley.
Karen, holding her granddaughter, Eilley, Jessica, Camilla and her Mom sitting down. Five generations in Santa Fe, NM!
Karen with Eilley, Bradd and Jessica.
Karen with her granddaughter, Eilley in Santa Fe, NM.
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
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Today I received this letter from my brother, Larry Mulligan, of Grand Rapids, MI. We will be having our "50" Class Reunion in July of next year. I can't believe 50 years has gone by already. It would be great to see everyone again and hopefully, Marian and I can make the trip to see my classmates.
Saturday, May 22, 2010
This is my very first copper tree with beads. Our hunting friend, Rex, over at Deer Camp Blog gave me the idea a few weeks ago and I tried it out today. I'm very proud of it and will give the first one to my wife, Marian, over at Marian's Hunting Stories, etc., etc., etc. I will be making them from now on with/without the beads. If you will, please leave a comment as to what you think of my tree with beads!
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Sunday, May 9, 2010
Marian when were were in Santa Fe, NM, visiting. I talked to Karen this morning and wished her a very Happy Birthday and Mother's Day! We hope to visit with Karen again, hopefully this year! We have a new great granddaughter, Elliey, whom we have never seen and just turned one year old last week.
Thursday, May 6, 2010
Monday, April 19, 2010
I purchase my copper wire at Home Depot and strip the plastic casings off. I then cut to size and start making my trees. It takes a whole day to a half-a-day, depending on the sizes of small, medium and large, to complete a tree. If you are interested in purchasing one of my unique copper trees you can email me at email@example.com and coming soon I will be putting them on eBay for sale. ---RWP Sculptor