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Follow along with me on my journey in life. With this blog I will attempt to share some of the wonderful events taking place in my life and share some of my thoughts.
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Well, here I am at the International Terminal of Logan Airport in Boston, MA waiting for boarding. I was surprised how quiet it was here this morning even at 6:15 am. I thought it would have been busier, but I guess I should not be complaining.I have to thank Melinde for giving me a ride to the airport and allowing me to keep my wheels parked at her place while I am in London. That just saved me about $100 or more.My flight leaves for London at 8:15 for the "Who Do You Think You Are? Live" Conference. It should be an educational experience and I get to do a little touring on my first visit to England.
Tomorrow, I am headed for London, England. I will going to the largest genealogy conference in the world. "Who Do You Think You Are? Live" with estimated attendance at about 14,000 people. I will have the opportunity to tour London, meet relatives in addition to attending the conference while helping out at the APG booth.
I will be making as many blog posts as possible during my short 6 days (travel time included). Some of my Blog posts will be on my other web site "The Genealogy Assistant", so look in both places to see what I am up to.
Of course I will be taking a lot of photos which I will be posting to my photo gallery here on this website, so check back often as I will try to upload photos at every opportunity.
I woke up early this morning as usual and uploaded photos and blogged. Met Aleksandra for breakfast and afterwards we headed to the church to talk to the priest. As luck would have it, the priest in charge was out of town until Monday, and the other priest had a funeral that day so we would not be able to get a look at records this weekend.
We decided that the best plan of action at the moment was to go through the cemeteries (plural) and see what we could find for the family I was researching.