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Oct 18, 2014 - Pennsylvania Family Get Together

Today the Benfield family all got together and John and Joy's house. Everyone came and went at different times but we were able to spend time with all of them since we got there early and stayed late. Somehow I didn't remember to take pictures until the end of the day and by then Lyn and Sai and Jon and Michele had gone home. Rats!

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Sep 23, 2012 - At Jay & Peggy's House

We arrived at Lee's brother's home in Nazareth, PA today. Jay and Peggy have graciously are allowing us to live in their driveway for a couple of weeks while we visit all the Pennsylvania family. We hope that the damage to the fifth wheel won't make us into really pesky relatives that stay way too long!

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Apr 24, 2011 - Benfield Family Easter

Today we went to the 10:45 AM service for Easter. Then we headed over to Joy and John's for Easter dinner. Years ago they added a back porch to their house so there would be enough room to entertain the whole family and they've been doing it every since. It was great getting together with everyone and the food was wonderful. I always go home with a few new recipes when we visit Lee's family!

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Apr 15, 2011 - Peggy's Dress

We settled in yesterday at Peggy and Jay's home in Nazareth, PA. We are here for Karen's wedding later this month. Today I went with Peggy to her fitting for the dress she is going to wear to the wedding. It looked really nice on her, however, it was too long in the front, so it still isn't quite ready!

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Oct 26, 2007 - Martin Guitar Factory Tour!!

Early on the 26th we pulled out of Jersey City and headed toward Philadelphia. The route led within about 10 miles of the Martin Guitar Factory in Nazareth Pennsylvania, and I convinced a reluctant Darlene that it was worth a short side-trip. This was fun! The factory is in a fairly small town, settled by Moravian missionaries in about 1740. The Martin factory has been located here since the first C.F.Martin set up shop in 1833. He was an immigrant from Germany who had been an apprentice in Europe and continued as an apprentice in NYC where...

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