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Visiting Exchange Students, August 2004

We spent 4 weeks in Europe visiting 3 of our former exchange students. It was wonderful to spend 6 days with each family. They were efficient tour guides, while at the same time giving us a taste of daily family life in Germany, Norway and Italy.


We were in Colon after visiting the Cathedral. This is Anna, with her brother Hannes to her left and Jordan and Adam to her right. Anna was with us for the 1996-1997 School Year. She had a boyfriend in high school here. They were married this summer and now live quite nearby!


Roadtrip from Bergen, Norway to the Flam(sp) Railway. Here are Adam and Jordan with Christine and her parents. The area around Bergen had some of the most spectacular scenery we have ever seen. Christine was with us for the 1997-1998 School Year. She finished her University studies a few years ago. She works for an Oil Company and lives in Oslo.


Here are Adam and I with Carlotta in Milan. Carlotta was with us for the 2000-2001 School Year. We have not spoken since Christmas of 07. Somehow, her e mail address is no longer on my computer??? I must call or write! She was in Medical School in Milan when we last spoke and was quite busy!

Comments (2)

Very cool! I am glad you got to visit your European daughters and especially glad that you enjoyed Norway! :)


Oh my, the middle picture was (should be) a picture of our exchange student from Norway. The current picture is one that I posted on today's (2/21) entry. How did it end up on this entry too??????

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