Dwight Peck's personal website
seeking out corners of the world unenflamed by bushisme
enough to inspire us to continue for a while longer!
(click on the photos to proceed)
may not find this terribly rewarding unless you're included here, so this is a
good time for casual and random browsers to turn back before they get too caught
up in the sweep and majesty of the proceedings and can't let go.
and Cornwall, April 2006
Devon (Tim, Tim, Kristin)
A walk up nearby La Dôle, 21 May 2006
boat on Western Brook Pond
wedding picnic, July 2006
wedding, July 2006 .....
general reunion (Alison, sister Susan, Marlowe, the Old Dad, Kristin)
Cube, New Hampshire, July 2006 (Kristin, Alison)
with the old gang, July 2006
above Engstligenalp, July 2006
back upwards) Joe, Teny, Charlie, Jodi, Kristin
visit to Thun on the way home
d'Hongrin, July 2006
de Naye from Hongrin, end of July 2006
de Naye, end of July 2006 (from left: Joe)
Is it odd to end our summer 2006 pages in late July? Yes and no. It's odd in one
sense, because August still remains to be got through. But on the other hand,
every French person and most Germans go off on holidays for all of August -- you
ought to see them on the beach! -- so August is a perfect time to go back to work
in the office, and there are no good photographs to come out of that. So since
Swiss National Day, 1 August 2006, we've been hunkered down in the office and
dreaming about autumn and winter!
2006: a visit to L'Etivaz to see Pierre & Laurie-Carroll
2006: a visit to Ollon to see Lisa's new house
2006-2007. What's up
for winter 2006-2007, barring a stroke, kidney failure, or Dick Cheney? Lots of
work for a while -- Ramsar has just launched two new publications series, which
means a pretty full InBox for the series editor /layout person, but in November
Kristin's coming, so the layout person is pissing off for a while anyway and we're
going to Rome (Kristin lived there for ten years and ought to make a pretty estimable
guide to the best bits. Of Rome.). And Kristin's coming back again in early January,
presumably once again with good ideas for livening things up for a while. And,
if US-led Global Warming holds off a little while longer, lots and lots of scenic
Feedback and suggestions are welcome if positive, resented if negative, .
All rights reserved, all wrongs avenged. Posted 24 September 2006, revised 8 February
2008, 26 November 2013.