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We wish to thank Johanna Hueter for hosting a great reunion in Ulm Germany   between the dates of 15 September and 21 September 2002 We made special tours to Blaubeuren and the legendary spring which is the source of the River Blau. We took a tour of Castle Neuschwanstein which I believe is the most beautiful Castle in the world . the castle is situated above the Pollat gorge in Bavaria,  we also visited the Meersburg Castle and toured the island of Mainau in Lake Consstance...  We also had a very somber visit to the Consatration Camp at Dachau. Ulm is a beautiful City and it is understandable why Johanna lives there. We had many wonderful meals at the different restraints there,  Their  Cathedral (Church) has the tallest steeple in the world, the church was built more for city pride than for religious direction. At the end of the reunion several members went to North Wales UK to visit the Boycott's who because of health could not make it to the reunion.  In three years the next reunion will be held in New Zealand.   For coments or additions please contact Vern Toler vern@armory.com

The following attended:

Dr Jim & Wrevn TURPIN            Fairview, N.C.USA
Mary E> TYKESON                    Romona, CA. USA
Hing & Lillian DEAR                      Burlingame, CA  USA
Dr. Tom & Sannie  COOK           Charleston, S.C.  USA
Dr. Fred & Helen WIEGAND       Westmount, QC Canada
Johanna HUETER                           Ulm, Germany
Dang FARNY                                Reims, France
Bertha  SANCHEZ                       San Mateo, CA. USA
Frank HOOPER                            Honululu, HI  USA
Dr. Jimmy LAI                               San Mateo,  CA  USA
Graem & Wendy ANNABELL       New South Wales, Australia
Janet & Ben CASTANEDA            San Carlos, CA  USA
Nelson & Glenys COLLIE               Invercargill, New Zealand
Vern TOLER                                   Marysville, WA. USA
Dr. (Phui) Phan Triey                       Camden, NJ.  USA
Sever & Sharon PETERSON          Eder Paririe  MN  USA
Ken                                                 USA
 

Pitcures other thain vern'swill be marked as +B= Burtha's sister  +C=Castaneda
 
 
 


ULM                                                                  Vern Toler (webmaster) Ulm Hotel Breakfast.
 
 
 
 
 

Smart Car. 2 seater German Car.                             Source of River Blau in  Blaubeuren


ULM
 
 

Senior Moniastary Blaubeuren                                  Novis Monastery Blaubeuren

Window over entrence to Ulm Cathedral      Jewish Memorial at Dachau
 
 

sleeping area at Dachau                       Crematoriam at Dachau

Ulm Church, copy from tour book                                 Rain on the Island of Mainau

Ulm, Copy from tour book                         Tour ticket
 


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+B       good-by Ken
 


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Leaning guard tower ULM and Bertha              Pancake House Ulm picture from postcard


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+C   It was a long clim, was it worth it? top of cathedral in Ulm.


+C                                                                                    Lillian & Gerant


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+C-- Mary & Lillian (note paper candle holder)


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+C    Mary and Vern           sore feet
 
 

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