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Welcome, Willkommen!

Thank you for visiting my travel page on GLOBO. Please sign my guestbook and leave some greeting lines.

Thanx! Andy

PS: Keep in mind that this is my private guest book. No company related posts please.

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Joined: Oct 02
Points: 68758

Happy birthday Andy!

Posted: 2007-04-05 12:44 AM   
Happy birthday to you in America! Enjoy the beauty of the nature - do not mid Kings Canyon an Sequoia National Parks on your way back to the Pacific Coast - the giant trees are impressive there... Yosemite is also worth a detour... Enjoy your voyage!


Joined: Nov 05
Points: 4348

SD-Crand Canyon

Posted: 2007-03-31 12:13 PM   
Hi Andy,
I suppose you'are going to South Rim of Grand Canyon, because North Rim is still closed for the winter. I had treveled from SD to North Rim, that's why I am not familiar with the routs from SD to South Rim. Sorry I couldn't be helpful.
Have an enjoyable time.



Joined: Aug 03
Points: 19539

San Diego, Etc.

Posted: 2007-03-30 08:28 PM   
I am so glad you are enjoying San Diego - my brother and his family live there and I always enjoy visiting.

It is hard to describe how much California has changed in the last 40 years. The population has grown ten times what it was in 1960, mostly from the influx of immigrants, many of whom have poor English skills and little education. I wish we had the safety net you spoke of. My husband teaches in a low income middle school and speaks both Spanish and some Vietnamese - many of his students, even in 7th and 8th grades, speak little English.

Hollywood is perhaps the worst because it attracts so many mentally unstable people looking for fame.

I think this is why I am drawn to the mountains and the north coast. They are not as affected by all the population growth. Having seen the Bay Area, you can understand the urge to "get away"!

Hope the trip continue well! Would love to catch up with you when you get ready to fly back, if you are in the area!


Joined: Nov 05
Points: 4348

Lucky you!!!

Posted: 2007-03-29 03:56 PM   
I read your travel logs and because I am too much connected to the places you're visiting, I wanted to wish you having good time. Yosemite and Grand Canyon are places that you shoudn't miss. Good luck and enjoy your trip.


Joined: Jun 02
Points: 12936


Posted: 2007-03-27 03:10 AM   

I so hope your trip improves....I know what it's like - you look forward to it, save for it, spend the money and it dosen't live up to expectations.

Maybe you should hop on a plane and go down to Puerta Vallarta or Mazatlan.

Good luck,


Joined: Sep 03
Points: 20248


Posted: 2007-03-04 05:58 PM   
Thanks for your answer. I'll think about buying another lens because we will be away in two weeks. We are going to Hong Kong and even though lenses may be cheaper there I rather buy one at home as I cannot distiguish between real and counterfeit


Joined: Sep 03
Points: 20248

photos, Eos 400D

Posted: 2007-03-04 05:44 PM   

Your photos are truly beautiful, not only the compostion and theme, but also the quality. I take it that you are happy with you EOS 400D.

What lens do you use? The one that come standard with the EOS. I ask you because I have 350D and I am not at all impressed by the lens that comes with it. That's why I use a lens of my EOS two times back., which I bought in 1999.

I am now thinking of buying EF-S 17-85. F/4.0-5.6 ISUSM. The only problem is that this lens is almost as expensive as an EOS 350D.



Joined: Aug 03
Points: 19539

Thank you so much!

Posted: 2006-09-04 11:48 AM   
I was just stunned when I popped on this evening to log another journal. There were so many truly wonderful reports last month. I am so honored to have been chosen. Thank you so much. I am on a very VERY slow dial-up connection, 50 miles from the Pakistan border, in the middle of no where, so I won't be able to thank the members that have sent me such kind words, but thank you so much!



Joined: Aug 06
Points: 3423

Thanks Andy...

Posted: 2006-09-01 07:10 PM   
For reading my Edmonton journal.

I hope you checked out the 2 urls.



Joined: Mar 05
Points: 2121

about my pictures

Posted: 2006-08-25 02:47 AM   
haha, Walter, thanks for your compliment for my pictures too.

Will try to upload more pictures for sharing.

Bty, I also like the spices pictures. : )

Good day!


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