The Peter and Gertrud Klopp Family Reunion August 2014

Our Family Gathering at Taite Creek

Chart I – III, IV & V

Our son Richard and our two little granddaughters Azure and Emeline  are coming for a visit this coming Monday. Then I will depart from my weekly blogging routine and dedicate all posts to our visitors. I will give short reports about their daily activities with lots of pictures to boot. My wife and I are looking forward to seeing our loved ones, who are coming all the way from Montreal. Stefan, our youngest son, will be joining them, and perhaps Michael and Angie, if they can get away from their busy work schedule. The last time we were together, we had a big family reunion at Taite Creek Campsite close to the beach of the beautiful Arrow Lake. So before our guests arrive, I thought it would be a good idea to post a few pictures of our wonderful family from last August.

 Fun at the Beach and in the Water

 After the Games – Time to Eat

At our family reunion in August 2014 the entire Peter and Gertrud Klopp family was present. At the first picture in the top gallery, the family members from left to right are Michael and his wife Angie, Richard and Youki with Emeline on the arm and Azure standing, Mateo, Robert, Biene (Gertrud), Peter (myself) and Stefan, thirteen people in all.

5 comments

  1. krysiakorsak · May 19, 2015

    Lovely lovely pics Peter and lovely family! Lots of relaxed, happy, contented faces in the pictures and a wonderful backdrop against which to spend quality family time. Great to see the wee ones enjoying themselves…have a superb time with all your visiting family! Looking forward to the photos. Best wishes to you Both! : >)

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  2. GP Cox · May 19, 2015

    It must be wonderful to reunite with family like this.

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  3. sidran · July 9, 2017

    Heartwarming post! I came over here because I prefer the nonlinear narrative.

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    • Peter Klopp · July 12, 2017

      Thank you, Sidran, and welcome to my blog! It may not look like for you as a newcomer. It is actually a love story from some 50 years ago. In the fall I also deal with other topics, such as nature photography covering the beauty in our corner of the world.

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      • sidran · July 12, 2017

        I am going to savor your life stories. Such an enduring love is rare to find these days. Cheers!

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