Can't complain about the weather. It was very cloudy before I went to bed last night and this is the best photo I could get of the blue moon.
Arrived home from Jamestown at 8:15pm this evening..….record time it appears since I left the Jamestown City limits at 6:15pm.
Gave mom the ring….neat that it is inscribed “EA to AA 3/21/07”. Emil Anderson to Anna Anderson…..116 years plus. What a find. Spent over one and a half hours chatting with the finders, Donna and Chuck Painter. Here is another interesting tidbit….Chuck and I share the same birthday Sept. 28 and birth year, 1943. We also attended same elementary school, Lillian Dickson, Washington Junior High and High School. Who would have “thunk it”.
I checked out the garden area where ring was found on the east side of the house. And of course remembered the wonderful flower gardens in back and side yard which she tended daily. Also have real estate history of the house. All the information was gathered by the Fenton Museum genealogical research department. I left them a donation for their hard and successful work and the person who did most of the search wanted a picture of she and me holding the ring to use in their newsletter. Just a fab day. Mike and Barb were with at the museum and Mike took the pic, then we went to lunch at Ecklof Bakery. Of course had to bring home almond and pecan braids plus Swedish Wasa bread (hard tack), and a Korv burger.