in Travel Love It Wander project what my father saw… by DocAndersen June 14, 2019, 12:21 pm 92 Views 12 Votes 19 Comments Share Share on Pinterest Share on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport Share Share on Pinterest Share on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport Pages:Previous 12Next post What do you think? 12 points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page 365_Photos_ChallengeAndersenslawofinnovationAnnapolisanti-outletmallatarianBarbBarb25BarbvideoproducerBergenblizzard2016boringman Written by DocAndersen Follow I am a long time blogger and technology poster.I focus on what is possible, but I also try to see what is coming. In recent years I have been focused on sharing the memories of my family, as part of my Family History Project. tumblr youtube 19 Comments Leave a Reply She is thinking, OMG! dad is gonna make me wanna crawl under the table. 🙂 I have no idea where you dad was. Maybe near the aztec Indians? 1 Log in to Reply that was what I was thinking as well, somewhere in south/central America! Log in to Reply These are some amazing photos, I wish we knew the exact place. And the more dad jokes the better, haha. 1 Log in to Reply I do as well, dad was an amazing photographer 1 Log in to Reply Great photos and I bet your daughter is nervous about the speech you will make. 1 Log in to Reply Actually so it my wife! They keep asking me to share before. Not going to happen! 1 Log in to Reply that was not supposed to be it, it was supposed to be does! 1 Log in to Reply Your daughter is probably nervous about your speech. 1 Log in to Reply Everythime she asks how long, I add an hour. I am currently at 5 hours. She stopped asking! Log in to Reply Again beautiful pictures. This place is worth seeing. 1 Log in to Reply it is, I just wish I knew for sure where it was. Log in to Reply One-off pictures, my friend 1 Log in to Reply Thanks! I have no idea where these are from… Log in to Reply From anywhere they are very beautiful …. 1 Log in to Reply I wish I had asked my dad. So many pictures that I know the timeframe, sometimes the country but nothing about them. Log in to Reply Beautilful images , Thank you for sharing 1 Log in to Reply thanks I am glad you liked it. Log in to Reply Impressive place,,,,,,,great photos……. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Pam, I wish I knew where it was. 1 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.