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Posted: October 21, 2010 10:09 p.m.
Updated: October 22, 2010 4:55 a.m.
Sally Bond-Wolf poses in front of the Sydney Harbour Bridge while on vacation with her husband, Bill Wolf, in Sydney, Australia in September. Their trip also included a visit to Sir Richard Branson’s private Makepeace Island off the coast of Queensland. Sally Bond-Wolf poses in front of the Sydney Harbour Bridge while on vacation with her husband, Bill Wolf, in Sydney, Australia in September. Their trip also included a visit to Sir Richard Branson’s private Makepeace Island off the coast of Queensland.
Sally Bond-Wolf poses in front of the Sydney Harbour Bridge while on vacation with her husband, Bill Wolf, in Sydney, Australia in September. Their trip also included a visit to Sir Richard Branson’s private Makepeace Island off the coast of Queensland.
Rod and Nancy Swank, of Castaic, stand in front of the San Andreas Fault near Palm Springs. This section of rock was sheared by the movement of a magnitude 8.0 earthquake that occurred almost 1,000 years ago. Rod and Nancy Swank, of Castaic, stand in front of the San Andreas Fault near Palm Springs. This section of rock was sheared by the movement of a magnitude 8.0 earthquake that occurred almost 1,000 years ago.
Rod and Nancy Swank, of Castaic, stand in front of the San Andreas Fault near Palm Springs. This section of rock was sheared by the movement of a magnitude 8.0 earthquake that occurred almost 1,000 years ago.
Tyler Piwowarczyk stands near the capitol building of Omaha, Ne., in July 2010. Tyler attended The Young Americans camp in Fremont, Neb., where he and his mother, Kim, took some time to see some sights. The capitol building, built in 1857, was Nebraska Territory’s second territorial capital, before it was moved to the newly named Lincoln, Nebraska on March 1, 1867, when the state was admitted to the Union. Tyler Piwowarczyk stands near the capitol building of Omaha, Ne., in July 2010. Tyler attended The Young Americans camp in Fremont, Neb., where he and his mother, Kim, took some time to see some sights. The capitol building, built in 1857, was Nebraska Territory’s second territorial capital, before it was moved to the newly named Lincoln, Nebraska on March 1, 1867, when the state was admitted to the Union.
Tyler Piwowarczyk stands near the capitol building of Omaha, Ne., in July 2010. Tyler attended The Young Americans camp in Fremont, Neb., where he and his mother, Kim, took some time to see some sights. The capitol building, built in 1857, was Nebraska Territory’s second territorial capital, before it was moved to the newly named Lincoln, Nebraska on March 1, 1867, when the state was admitted to the Union.
While on a familiarization trip sponsored by the Jamaican Tourist Board, Gary and Marilyn Saxton visited the Appleton Estate in Nassau Valley, Jamaica, where 20 rums have been distilled since 1749. While on a familiarization trip sponsored by the Jamaican Tourist Board, Gary and Marilyn Saxton visited the Appleton Estate in Nassau Valley, Jamaica, where 20 rums have been distilled since 1749.
While on a familiarization trip sponsored by the Jamaican Tourist Board, Gary and Marilyn Saxton visited the Appleton Estate in Nassau Valley, Jamaica, where 20 rums have been distilled since 1749.
From left to right, Lois Linnert, Kirby Peterson, Dottie Healy and Deana Perozzi stand in front of the directory for the Unitarian-Universalist Association retreat at Camp de Benneville Pines in Angelus Oaks. From left to right, Lois Linnert, Kirby Peterson, Dottie Healy and Deana Perozzi stand in front of the directory for the Unitarian-Universalist Association retreat at Camp de Benneville Pines in Angelus Oaks.
From left to right, Lois Linnert, Kirby Peterson, Dottie Healy and Deana Perozzi stand in front of the directory for the Unitarian-Universalist Association retreat at Camp de Benneville Pines in Angelus Oaks.
Allison Schepper, 12, took The Signal to Riviera May, Mexico, during her fall break earlier this month. Allison wanted to do one of her sixth-grade reports on the Mayan ruins, and did some of her research by visiting the ruins of Tulum. Allison Schepper, 12, took The Signal to Riviera May, Mexico, during her fall break earlier this month. Allison wanted to do one of her sixth-grade reports on the Mayan ruins, and did some of her research by visiting the ruins of Tulum.
Allison Schepper, 12, took The Signal to Riviera May, Mexico, during her fall break earlier this month. Allison wanted to do one of her sixth-grade reports on the Mayan ruins, and did some of her research by visiting the ruins of Tulum.
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