Some recent photos

Relaxing in the volcanic springs at Saturnia in Tuscany, summer 2013

Relaxing in the volcanic springs at Saturnia in Tuscany, summer 2013

 

On the beach at Talloires, Lake Annecy 2012

On the beach at Talloires, Lake Annecy 2012

September 2013

September 2013

The happy swimmer is back from the 2014 French Masters Swimming Competition (Tournoi Internationale de Paris) with three silver medals in the 100 medley, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle.

The happy swimmer is back from the 2014 French Masters Swimming Competition (Tournoi Internationale de Paris) with three silver medals in the 100 medley, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle.

On the beach at Ocean Isle, North Carolina, July 2014

On the beach at Ocean Isle, North Carolina, July 2014

Off to a wedding, September 2014

Off to a wedding, September 2014

Two boys at the Jungfraujoch. This is a col between the Jungfrau and the Mönch. It lies at a height of 3,466 meters (11,371 ft)

Two boys at the Jungfraujoch in 2014. This is a col between the Jungfrau and the Mönch, at a height of 3,466 meters (11,371 ft)

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2 thoughts on “Some recent photos

  1. Are we related? My Father was also Kenneth and was born in Bradford I think in 1910. He became an engender then a merchant seaman. He met my mother Beryl Middleton in Bombay india at a tea dance. They returned to England in about 1949 eventually settling in the Southampton area. My father died about 27 years ago.
    I am married to Kim and we have a daughter Ruth.

    • Ken,
      My Mathers ancestors were Scottish (with a few generations in Northern Ireland) from the Glasgow-Edinburgh region. People seem to think that the Scottish Mathers and the Yorkshire Mathers names are of separate origins. I posted something on this a while back at https://mountainsrivers.com/2015/08/14/origin-of-the-name-mathers/
      I am no expert, and its always possible there may be some connection further back. If you go far enough back, we are all descended from common ancestors, so I am happy to connect with a possibly remote cousin.
      Regards, Colin

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