Had a little Super Bowl party at my place on Sunday. Pictures are below..
We came, we saw and we conquered the 2008 Tobin Family Christmas tree. We ended up back at Yeager’s Farm this year, after a disappointing tree from Linvilla last year.
Yeager’s has a great selection, bit pricey, they they have free apple cider. That’s enough for me.
My Aunt Betty was able to supply me with some pictures from the big day. Kimberly and I are still going through the photographer’s pictures these will make due until we have the others. Thanks Aunt Betty, you did a great job!
Kim and I just returned from our honeymoon in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Overall, a great time. We stayed at the Hilton Los Cabos, which was a beautiful resort.
Not much to do in Cabo except lay by the pool, drink margaritas and, well, that’s about it. Enjoy..
I’m a player on the Philadelphia Region GSK Softball Team. We are the InfoManiacs. It was the last game of the year so I decided to bring the camera and take some shots.
I’ve taken my sweet ass time getting these photos up and running. I tried to get some pictures of the Conshohocken Fireworks. I took about 200 shots, with maybe 5-10 usable ones. Quite frustrating.
My coworker Marty Seery has taken up boxing as a hobby. He had his first competitive match this weekend and we went to beautiful Lancaster, PA to watch his pugilistic debut..
Kim and I took a little break and went to visit Mike and Beth in Left side of the country — San Francisco! They actually live in San Jose, but who is counting.
We got to do lots of sights, sounds and smells. Had some great meals, great mini-trips and all-around had a great time.
Here are some pictures to prove it..
Had some photos in the camera that never got posted…
Here are some from Kim’s sisters Labor Day party…
And from a recent apple picking trip to Linvilla Farms.
My dad organized a charter fishing trip with the Rothstein Family. We chartered a boat with Benchmark Sportfishing. It was a great boat, very clean, well staffed and flexible. We had a great time. We caught so many bluefish that within the first hour of fishing, we started to throw them back. Towards the late morning, we switched the tackle and moved to bottom fishing for fluke and sea bass.
The fishing is much slower for these fish, but the eating is much better. I ended up getting a monster fluke. It was 27 inches and 7.5 pounds. Unfortunately, I forgot my camera, but Captain Nick had one.
The group and our fish: