1990's proved to be entertaining.
Like jumping out of a perfectly safe airplane not once, but 11 times! That was easy, so I
went bungee jumping three times.. Then roller coaster rides were fun. The ride "Top Gun"
at Canadas Wonderland is a good ride, "The Bat" however, is exciting for
about one second. There are newer rides that I haven't tried out
The twin dragons (one ride called "Fire", the other called "Ice")
at Universal Studios Florida are even better. The inverted loop on the "Fire"
was wild! That ride is on the "must do again" list.
In the last 10
years, I was on the Township's Community Action Committee for a few
years then moved to the local
Heritage Committee. Now I'm just playing hockey.
Now to change gears to the saner aspects of life; Judy entered my life
in the fall of 1994 and we have our cats; the kittens
The year 2009 was almost completely dedicated to finishing and
publishing Our Family Story. I only took 2 weekends off to attend
family weddings and one Saturday to attend a seminar in the entire year.
My job was reduced to 4 days a week from April 2009 and so 3 full days a
week and 4 evenings a week I was giving full attention to some aspect of
Our Family Story -
I'm guessing some 1,500 hours.
Our Family Story was published in November
2009 and a
week before Christmas even the spare copies were sold and shipped out.
Many cousins contacted me since then, and Edition II was published in
Do you want a copy?
and what the book cover
My sense of humour can best be described by one of my office voice messages, which
follows; "Welcome to another adventure in the world of voice mail. To begin your
adventure, press nothing, leave your message, and please resume your normal behaviour."
I'm flattered that you have taken the time to read about how I've been
using my dash. What
this page represents, is a biography of sorts and it's this type of information that I'm
looking for each descendant of Robert and Hannah Parr. If you wish to have your biography
become part of the family of Robert and Hannah Parr research (and not this web site)
please click here. And of course once
completed and sent, please resume your normal behaviour.