1: Where are you going my little one, little one Where are you going my baby my own Turn around and you're two Turn around and you're four Turn around and your a young one going out of my door Where are you going my little one, little one Little dirndls and petticoats, where have you gone Turn around and you're tiny Turn around and you're grown Turn around and you're a young one with babes of your own
2: Being a Dad
3: I loved when my Dad would sing that little Italian song that his Mom would sing to him. Lindsay
11: "A truly rich man is one whose children run into his arms when his hands are empty."
12: I remember when Grampa Mario would say he had enough at dinner and 2 seconds later my Dad would be refilling his plate. Lindsay
14: For my birthday one year Dad knew how much I loved camping so he surprised me by picking me up from school "to go for a drive" and we wound up at the campgrounds with the whole camp already set up! | Lindsay
16: When I was in 3rd Grade we went up to Mt. Whitney and my sleeping bag froze, so I had to sleep in Dad's sleeping bag with him. Joe
18: I appreciate all of the times Dad spent taking me outdoors hiking, fishing, hunting, camping and backpacking. Joe
20: I remember backpacking and fishing at Saddlebag Lakes and a big storm came in and we all had to pile in together when the tents collapsed.
21: We took Lindsay and Dawn on their first backpacking trip. A bear ate all of our food halfway through the trip, and Dad got heat sick and Lindsay was worried and scared and said "we have to save Dad". We all made it out and went out to eat. Joe
24: I would brag to my friends that my Dad can eat an apple in 3 bites. And then I'd make him do it...a couple times! Lindsay
35: When I was little I always remember when my Dad would get home from work he would be so tired that he would go lay down for a bit. As soon as I would hear that dinner was ready I would run into the room and creep to the bed and put my fingers on his eyes and fling open his eyelids and yell dinners ready. It always made me laugh. Lindsay
39: I remember when my Dad attempted to do my hair, my pigtails were a little lopsided. Lindsay
40: Our memorable trip to Hell-semite could never be forgotten! Lindsay
41: I remember when my Dad taught me to ride a bike and while I was making my debut to the rest of the family, just as I passed by our driveway I went crashing into the bushes. Lindsay
42: School Days
45: Dad has supported me in making my love for the outdoors into a career and a business. Now I can share this passion with my own family, and I am so grateful to Dad for helping me make this happen. Joe | Fond memories: turtle in the backyard, camping, Indian Princesses, good food! Lindsay
48: Being an Uncle | Hi Uncle Tim, We want to thank you for being a great Uncle. Thank you for fixing our computers and taking us places. You are a great cook. We especially like your egg and bacon sandwiches. Keenan & Kyler
50: Being a Grandfather
62: I don't care how poor a man is; if he has family, he is rich.
63: Blessed indeed is the man who hears many gentle voices call him Papa!