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Chad, Alexa, Sophia & Alison
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Check out our new sites for this year's Father's Day pic!

We want to make sure that the girls understand how important it is to do your civic duty, and VOTE!  That's why we always go together as a family to vote.  Now more than ever it's important that they understand the power of their voices and their vote, so when they grow up they can help avoid some of the mistakes that this generation is making!

Trying a little something different, so for the latest info and the Father's Day 2018 pics check us out at us a line on the contact us tab and let us know what you think!

Sophia winning her heat in the 50Y Freestyle.  She's in lane 3, third from top.  The meet was at Bard College up in Annandale-On-The-Hudson.
Taken at the Culinary Institute of America's "The Egg" Student Restaurant

This year's pumpkin theme seems to be "Strong Women".  It doesn't get much stronger than these two!!!

Rosie the Riveter

Wonder Woman

Pumpkin "Picking" at Stew Leonards!

Sophia in the 50Yd Backstroke!  

I just love this shot of the girls at a scenic overlook along the Kancamagus Highway.  "The Kanc" is a 34.5 mile scenic drive along NH's Rt. 112 in Northern New Hampshire that is well known as one of the best Fall Foliage viewing areas in the country. The Kancamagus Highway is now designated an American Scenic Byway for its rich history, aesthetic beauty and culture.

What seems like a normal souvenir place in the front, hides an antique car museum in the back.  I'm not a big car guy, but there was some really cool stuff here.  And, any donations made to the museum go to a local veterans association, so it's totally worth the trip. 

Saw this in a parking lot, and just had to share it.  Don't know why they parked there, there were spots closer to the door!

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