This was a fun day. Heather and I presented a dry-run in Rochester for our May 18 presentation in Madison.
First, thank you very much to those who showed up yesterday. Family was present as well as Sara Hobbs Kohrt from Studio Seven Photography. It was a pleasure to speak with her and get her input as a professional photographer. Her talent speaks for itself.
We’re now more than ready for our Madison presentation to professional photographers. Hopefully, it will turn into a speaking circuit across the Midwest and the Mid-Ohio Valley.
Rochester picture story – here’s Heather setting up:
Here’s Heather talking about social media:
Print book advocates who I won’t mention names would drool over these outdated Yellow Pages books in the library print spam isle:
The Mayo Civic Arena is a skyway walk from the Library, and I admittedly saw Bon Jovi and Cinderella play there back in 1987 as well as plenty of other 80’s hair-rock bands:
After the presentation, we went to the Rochester Outback Steakhouse to celebrate Mother’s Day. There are 5 awesome mothers in this picture which include my mom, step mom, sister, step sister and niece.
Growing up in Rochester, I took some other pictures.
Here’s the house I grew up in.
Church I was baptized and confirmed in.
John Marshall High School
Cheap Charlies – The best greasy spoon ever! Back in the day, there were often blood stains on the exterior due to bar fights started around the corner at the North Star Bar.
Corn Cob Water Tower. I don’t get it either.
Back to the Outback, it was fun but I think Carver and Alana enjoyed it the most.