1 Where Ed worked at Oxford University. Top: Engineering Department building. Bottom: Ed's office. He's working on a clumky old (2-3 years old) Sun computer. It's principal virtue was it gave off enough heat to keep his office warm!
2 We were barely unpacked when Liz showed up. She had a conference in Oxford with her UC San Diego PhD advisor and other nueroimaging geeks. It was an almost unbelievable coincidence.
3 Ed at Blenheim Palace in Woodstock, neqr Oxford.
4 Liz & Judy at The Trout, a famous pub in Wolvercote, near Oxford. It's on the Thames, and about a mile or two downstream is The Perch. We sometimes would hike the riverside path to the Perch, have a beer, then back for lunch at the Trout.
5 Judy's brother John came for a visit at Christmas time.
6 No matter where we are, Judy always sets a nice table! We got our wine at Oddbins, walking distance from our flat in Summertown.
7 In a garden in Oxford.
8 After several months of trains & busses we finally bought a little Vauxhall from another Oxford visitor who was about to return. We drove it all over the UK, then at the end of our visit drove it to Sweden, across the continent all the way to Nice, then back to Oxford.
10 Jan & her friend Julie Porter visited too. They went with us to Canterbury.
11 And on to Stonehinge
12 Somewhere high up in the towers of Salisbury Cathedral there is a little panel of glass with Jan's name inscribed on it!
13 Having a pint at the Eagle & Child in Oxford (aka the Bird & the Babe ) of J. R. R. Tolkien fame.
14 Judy at St. Andrew's, Scotland. July 1991
15 Picnic in a pasture near Barton Abbey, Oxfordshire
16 Breakfast at our flat in Summertown, Oxford. Note flowers & carefully set table, Judy style!
17 ... and at dinner.
18 Judy in her new scarf from Liberty of London.
19 Looks like a pub, but where?
20 We drove the Whisky Road in a winter tour of Scotland. A huge storm hit, forcing us to turn in the car in Glasgow and catch the train back to Oxford.