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On the Road for Oct. 25, 2008

Readers take The Signal to exotic locales

Posted: October 27, 2008 1:12 p.m.
Updated: December 26, 2008 5:00 a.m.
Carole Cliffe and Julie Witter were living their retirement dreams while residing at Dromoland Castle outside of Limerick, Ireland. After a combined total of 64 years in teaching (32 years each), these Sulphur Springs Union School District teachers actually toured the Irish countryside. Both teachers taught second grade and read fairy tales to their students about castles, and now it was their turn to explore them. Both kissed the Blarney Stone and have lots of special memories of meeting an Irish author, attending the Irish Super Bowl Sunday and Riverdance and exploring ancient Irish ruins. Carole Cliffe and Julie Witter were living their retirement dreams while residing at Dromoland Castle outside of Limerick, Ireland. After a combined total of 64 years in teaching (32 years each), these Sulphur Springs Union School District teachers actually toured the Irish countryside. Both teachers taught second grade and read fairy tales to their students about castles, and now it was their turn to explore them. Both kissed the Blarney Stone and have lots of special memories of meeting an Irish author, attending the Irish Super Bowl Sunday and Riverdance and exploring ancient Irish ruins.
Carole Cliffe and Julie Witter were living their retirement dreams while residing at Dromoland Castle outside of Limerick, Ireland. After a combined total of 64 years in teaching (32 years each), these Sulphur Springs Union School District teachers actually toured the Irish countryside. Both teachers taught second grade and read fairy tales to their students about castles, and now it was their turn to explore them. Both kissed the Blarney Stone and have lots of special memories of meeting an Irish author, attending the Irish Super Bowl Sunday and Riverdance and exploring ancient Irish ruins.
Because their special newspaper, The Mighty Signal, always contains a bit of the Blarney, Sue Prout and John McKinney took this picture in front of the Blarney Castle in County Cork Ireland. John made it up the 300 steps and kissed the stone. Sue however, understanding she did not need more of the gift for gab, remained in the gift shop and made some auspicious purchases. Because their special newspaper, The Mighty Signal, always contains a bit of the Blarney, Sue Prout and John McKinney took this picture in front of the Blarney Castle in County Cork Ireland. John made it up the 300 steps and kissed the stone. Sue however, understanding she did not need more of the gift for gab, remained in the gift shop and made some auspicious purchases.
Because their special newspaper, The Mighty Signal, always contains a bit of the Blarney, Sue Prout and John McKinney took this picture in front of the Blarney Castle in County Cork Ireland. John made it up the 300 steps and kissed the stone. Sue however, understanding she did not need more of the gift for gab, remained in the gift shop and made some auspicious purchases.
Skip and Sandy Hasler, 47-year residents of Saugus, holding The Signal of Sept. 2 in front of the Hasler Ancestral Home (circa 1820s) at Gsteigwiler, Switzerland in the Bernese Oberland Region of the Swiss Alps. To the left are relatives and 5th generation owners of the home, General Heinz Hasler, retired Chief of the General Staff of the Swiss Armed Forces and his wife Edith with their Bernese farm dog, Nico. Skip and Sandy Hasler, 47-year residents of Saugus, holding The Signal of Sept. 2 in front of the Hasler Ancestral Home (circa 1820s) at Gsteigwiler, Switzerland in the Bernese Oberland Region of the Swiss Alps. To the left are relatives and 5th generation owners of the home, General Heinz Hasler, retired Chief of the General Staff of the Swiss Armed Forces and his wife Edith with their Bernese farm dog, Nico.
Skip and Sandy Hasler, 47-year residents of Saugus, holding The Signal of Sept. 2 in front of the Hasler Ancestral Home (circa 1820s) at Gsteigwiler, Switzerland in the Bernese Oberland Region of the Swiss Alps. To the left are relatives and 5th generation owners of the home, General Heinz Hasler, retired Chief of the General Staff of the Swiss Armed Forces and his wife Edith with their Bernese farm dog, Nico.
Jim and Coni Witowski of Castaic recently returned from an incredible 18-day vacation to Australia and New Zealand, including a 12-day Princess Cruise. They spent a few days in Sydney and are shown here by the Sydney Opera House. Jim and Coni Witowski of Castaic recently returned from an incredible 18-day vacation to Australia and New Zealand, including a 12-day Princess Cruise. They spent a few days in Sydney and are shown here by the Sydney Opera House.
Jim and Coni Witowski of Castaic recently returned from an incredible 18-day vacation to Australia and New Zealand, including a 12-day Princess Cruise. They spent a few days in Sydney and are shown here by the Sydney Opera House.
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