David Qu sent me this to share with you – hope you find it as interesting as I did.
“Just recently, I took a trip to Germany with my wife for holiday after my business travel in Netherlands. Among may places, we visited Berlin, Nurnburg and Cologne. These are places full of WWII history, and I was deeply amazed by the culture, architects, and traces of history to date. Cologne is the place that probably impressed me most, the famous Koln Dom (Cathedral) is a good piece of living history that reminds us what was happening in 1945.
Happy Friday to you all,
In this article from Boyd
, he touches on the topic that not a single one of us can escape… getting old(er). Well, that, and just where does one put large scale subjects.
Hey Boyd, I’m still expecting to see that Phantom some day… don’t let me down!
Secretary, IPMS Houston
Way behind this week – sorry about that (new job and all that).
July’s meeting on Tuesday night was again popular with 26 people in attendance.
Good afternoon all – another month has rolled around, and suddenly it’s “raining its arse off” to quote Alan Partridge (British spoof sports commentator). Be careful on the roads.
Bring yourself and a friend to the July IPMS Houston meeting – another first for the club, as it’s the opening meeting of the third quarter of 2017…
The time: 1900hrs, Tuesday 11th July
The place: Tracy Gee Community Center, 3599 Westcenter Dr, Houston, TX 77042