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Monthly Archive for July, 2009

Otis in Telluride

When I am in Telluride for the summer, my three sons like to take advantage of my willingness to take their dogs everywhere with me. Each of them have a black dog. Winter (a black dog named for snow–a name I really don’t understand?) belongs to my oldest son, and Bear–a gentle giant of a [...]

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Arctic Herder’s DNA Tests

I am Arctic Herder, one of Red Tambourine’s genetic cousins, as she explained in her last post. Since I was young, I have always been very curious, and have enjoyed most of all, science and adventure.
Perhaps my greatest adventure of all time began in March, when I decided to find out more about my ancestry [...]

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Temp Test of Subscription

This a temporary test of the email subsubscription.

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One of the most interesting parts of my exploration of my genetic roots has been connecting with other people who are my DNA matches. I highly recommend this to anyone who does a DNA test. My significant matches, meaning matching HRV1 and HRV2, have been from very different places: one match is from Armenian/Turkish descent, [...]

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Update from Chicago

My genealogy research has taken me to Chicago, the birthplace of my grandmother. It has always been a mystery to me why my great-grandmother Amelia went to Chicago, alone, and how she met great-grandfather Josef, but I think I have stumbled upon a theory that makes sense, thanks to some help from a friend I [...]

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