Today was another full day of classes. During breaks I would head over to SLIG Central where I could socialize and have some coffee. Maia’s books had an impressive array of genealogical and historical books on display for purchase, which they shipped free for you! How could you beat that! So, I bought $130 worth of books… LOL.
At the end of the day, I took the lavish bus (Thanks, SLIG!) over to the Family History Library to do some squirrel hunting. Everywhere I looked were top genealogists I admire, mostly socializing, but a few were hard at work… Ha! I decided to research some US county books, so I went to that floor and to the Texas aisle to look through Upshur, Bastrop, Crosby, and Galveston counties. My friends, Amy Urman and Leslie Carney, just happened to be sitting next to me. Surprisingly, we didn’t really talk, we were so busy skimming the pages of our books and making copies onto flash drives. Today was quite productive indeed.
Photo highlights from Day 4: Classes all day
Wednesday, 13 Jan 2016
|Back to my classroom for a full day of learning
|During break at SLIG Central
|Renee Carl, Josh Taylor and Rich Venezia
|Finaly made it to the Family History Library
|The few, but very important choices to make
|The United States books floor is my favorite!
|Crosby County, Texas is where my maternal grandparents lived
|I even found a few books written by my course coordinator!
|Some of the many books on Galveston County, TX
|Amy Urman hard at work
|1st. class bus service! Amy had an injury just before her trip here and she and her friend Leslie Carney drove all the way from Arizona.
|Back to the Hilton
|My home away from home
|The weather wasn't too bad since I was in most of the time