Showing posts with label 2022. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 2022. Show all posts

Sunday, January 29, 2023

Saturday, January 28, 2023

Friday, January 27, 2023

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

MSPO in Kielce

One of the first things I did in my new job was go to MSPO, the largest military expo in central Europe.  I got to see a lot of military gear over two days.  The burnt out bodies are Russian and from the war in Ukraine.


Sunday, January 22, 2023

Bird Bowl

One of the things I bought at Boleslawiec was this bowl. I like the birds around it and it just makes me happy. It's also oven safe.


Warsaw Uprising Museum

After our walking tour, we stumbled on the Warsaw Uprising Museum while lost looking for our car. The place is HUGE. I will have to go visit inside at some point. Mondays are free.


Saturday, January 21, 2023

Betayal at Baldur's Gate

Based on Betrayal at House on the Hill. We need to get enough people together to play.


Bits of Old Town

On Labor Day Leonora and I went on a walking tour of Old Town Warsaw. These are the photos I took on the walk. Almost all of this is rebuilt after WWII. Lots of the houses are typical soviet style housing behind the facades.


Thursday, January 19, 2023

Beading Supplies

Beading supplies from a stash clean out from Andreas' mom. I'll find some uses as soon as I find some time. What I find I can't use will go next door to Agnieszka; she will make sure it goes to those who can use it.


Out for Walkies

The littles love exploring the area around the house.


Monday, January 16, 2023

Bazyliszek Restaurant - Warsaw

When Kerrie was in town in November, we took her to Old Town and had dinner here. It's definitely a place locals go, but it's -right on- the square, so a tourist place too. They have daily specials and traditional Polish cooking. Their schnitzel is humongous. Easily would feed two people. And Andreas over ordered food as usual. Overall, a good evening for the four of us.


Settling In

Puppies in the new house getting comfortable. I think they knew the Sheraton wasn't their real home and were happy to come to a better place.