Cheryl, Mike, Erica and our neighbors Dave and Stacy won the first annual tailgating contest at Colonial Downs yesterday. Our 2 families will share the “beautiful commemorative silver platter” which is being engraved. How about that!!!!!! At some time our picture will be posted on the Colonial Downs website.
Cheryl Majeske & Michael Norton
This weekend was our county fair. Erica took first place in the adult quilts with her Christmas peppermint quilt and I took second with a star quilt. I also got first places in adult apron, quilted wall hanging, and christmas wall hanging. In addition to ribbons we got CASH…. $1 for 1st, .50 for 2nd, .25 for 3rd. Our total was a whopping $4.50. Not quite enough to pay the tolls to come visit…
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It snowed today! It was only a few flurries, but still…its only October. It was cold at the top of Mohawk and Riley made her first hike to the top. Beautiful view in the cold and snow. Leaves are coming down fast, lots of them. Fall seemed to arrive overnight.
I was at a trade show the other day and someone named Majewski came by the booth. I didn’t talk to him, but it may have been more than a coincidence. What do you think?
Our family name was actually Majewski back in the day. My father changed it when he was a young man. He said he wanted something that was simpler to pronounce as he had many people mangle the original as he was growing up.
Not sure I could change my name.
Riding Solo To The Top Of The World is a motorcycle journey to Changthang Plateau, one of the remotest places in the world situated on the India China Border. It’s uniqueness is that it’s a one-man unit film without the support of a back up vehicle or a film crew.
The documentary will be premiering at a Film festival in New York, USA.
The film received two awards at Mumbai International Film Festival. Golden Conch for Best Documentary and also the Critics Award. It was also adjudged Best Documentary Biography Section at SIGNS Film Festival.
The documentary opened the “Spotlight on India” film series at Calgary Film festival in Canada.
The documentary will premier at Indo American Arts Council Film Festival on November 4th, Saturday.
An 8-minute trailer (free viewing) of the film can be viewed at the link below.
The documentary is made in association with 60kph – Motorcycle Travel Club, India
Greetings everyone. As most of you all know I am working on the Animal Planet Expo tour. We are coming to a close, 2 more cities, and I wanted to share a few photos with you. These pictures got us into the Event Marketer magazine and the staff of the magazine came and worked our event in Farmington, CT over the weekend. Actually, I never saw them work at all, to my knowledge the came late & left early and did no heavy lefting. Oh well. I am in the photo but as usual I am purposely looking away from the camera. For some reason I still think that is funny. I have been doing it for years and I have come to believe that I am the only one that still thinks it’s funny. Congratualions to all those who are pregnant or have recently had a child, you know who you are. Enjoy the rest of the summer.