Monday, September 22, 2008

Where in the world is Benjamin Douglass?

I found our stash of old pictures last night while looking for the ones I put in the previous post. Ben was one well traveled little kid!

Making his debut in Logan, Utah, USA

In Augusta, Georgia, just back from Disney World, Florida, USA

His first passport photo, age 1

Mannheim, Germany

Spending his 3rd birthday eating chocolate crepes and hanging at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France

Temper tantrums and gondola rides in Venice, Italy

At a rest stop and at the Wilhelm Tell monument somewhere in Switzerland

Rothenberg, the last remaining walled city in Germany

Worms, Germany, where Martin Luther started the Protestant movement

Checking out giraffes at the zoo in Frankfurt, Germany

Enjoying the Mediterranean sun in Tossa de Mar, Spain

Thanksgiving in Pisa, Italy

Watching the Neckar river roll by in Heidelberg, Germany

Claremont, New Hampshire, USA

Evanston, Wyoming, USA

On an airstrip at a secret airbase where we were NOT supposed to have landed on the California/Nevada, USA border

At the Smithsonian Air and Space museum, Washington, DC, USA

Corolla, North Carolina, USA

Poor Liam and Amelia. About as far as they get to go is the local Wal-Mart.


  1. Wow he has already traveled the world. How fun for him. I'm like Amielia & Liam I've only been to the Local Wal-mart. Giggles. What a cute little boy!

  2. No kidding! He's traveled more than me! Wow, that's really amazing!

  3. I love that Paris photo in front of the Eiffel Tower. I actually don't think I ever took a photo of the Eiffel Tower. I took so few photos when I went. All the more reason to go back!

    Nice photos!

  4. Wow, i am pretty envious of all the places he's been too! I saw the picture of the Frankfurt Zoo, and had a total flashback! I HAVE been there, so that's something, right?

  5. Brandi, your family pictures look a lot like ours. We loved our time in Europe, too. But what I really want is the story about that airstrip on the secret airbase. Something tells me that is a really really really good story :)
    Chrysta Richards (surfed over here from your comment on Nicole's blog)


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