Saturday, June 7, 2014

Day 2 at the SCGS Genealogy Jamboree 2014

Saturday was another busy day at the Jamboree in Burbank.  Here was my day:

*  Ate breakfast with several geneabloggers on the Blogger Island table, then went off to see John Colletta speak about The County Courthouse: Your "Trunk in the Attic."  John is really good - don;t miss anything he presents.

*  Then I wandered around the exhibit hall, talked to vendors and took some pictures.  At 11:10 a.m. I headed for the Blogger Summit where I was on the panel with Thomas MacEntee, Heather Wilkinson Rojo, Blaine Bettinger and Nicka Smith.  We had a great discussion (I thought), and then we took the annual geneablogger photograph.

*  It was lunch time, so I had a Chef's Salad in the breezeway with Linda.  I went back into the exhibit hall, and came back to the room at 2 p.m. to find Tami and the grandgirls in our room with Linda - they came to go swimming and take us to dinner.

*  I attended Thomas MacEntee's talk on Pinning Family History at 3:30, and then went to the room to drop the gear and go to dinner in beautiful downtown Burbank with Linda, Tami and the girls.  First, we stopped at the Blogger Island table to say hi, and Kim Cotton took this picture (thank you, Kim!):

We went to Don Cuco's in Burbank for dinner, and we were back by 6:30 p.m. in time for Elyse's bridal shower.  There were about 20 fun people there, hosted by Cindy Ingle.  Elyse and Jesus received some nice gifts and we embarrassed them into kissing a time or two...and after the cake we played balloon volleyball fr a bit.

At 9 p.m. we went out into the concourse where the "Back to the '60s" party had started.  They had a photo booth so Linda and I picked some headdresses and took some pictures.  J. Paul Hawthorne took this picture of  us (thanks, J.Paul!):

Linda is a Viking princess and I have hair...

I adjourned to the Blogger Island and updated the Best Of and Compendium posts, and wrote this post.  I'm done for the night!

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