Dr. Chun
Photo Album #2

Young H. Chun

The family photographs are arranged in chronological order in four albums.
Click on the thumbnail if you want to take a close look...


013Raymond's first football game at Tiger Stadium, which is sometimes called "Death Valley" by losing opponent teams.

Go Tigers!
023One of our favorite getaway places is Pensacola Beach, Florida.

A visit to Naval Aviation Museum and, of course, a beautiful beach.
033Piggyback rides became wilder and wilder as they grew up.

They will always remain as close as they are now.
043One of many visits to Moody Garden in Galveston, Texas.

Do you see the glass pyramid?
053First visit to Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

Since then, Angela has become obsessed with Snow White.
063Audubon Park Zoo in New Orleans is a great place to visit for a day.

Did you notice that Raymond started to wear eyeglasses?
073Raymond the Cowboy and Angela the Snow White are ready for trick-or-treating.

083A visit to the Tabasco sauce factory and Avery Island in Iberia Parish.

Do you see hundreds of white birds behind us?
093Raymond the Science Guy's award-winning projects on crime rates, Ohm's law, and astrology.
103Angela's projects on Teddy Roosevelt, parking problem, and infant mortality.

She later went on to win the first place in the State three times in four years.
113Raymond can pitch the ball, throw the ball, and kick the ball -- better than his sister.
123Hit or miss?

Raymond's batting skill has been improved significantly over the years.
133Our second trip to Orlando, Florida.

This time, we visited Universal Studio theme park, but we were too scared to take the Incredible Hulk roller coaster.
143We enjoyed a Houston Astros' baseball game at Enron Field.

Now they changed the name to Minute Maid Park?
153A monkey and a giraffe running wild. Baton Rouge Zoo and Cohn Arboretum are our two favorite places in town. 163Numerous family fishing trips to Grand Isle, the luckiest fishing village in the world.

Who caught the largest fish?
173The musically-talented kids have been playing piano and violin since they were very young.

Special thanks to Louisiana Youth Orchestra and Baton Rouge Chamber Music Players.
183Do you see San Jacinto monument from USS Texas battle ship?

The battle of San Jacinto was the climax of the Texas Revolution that gave birth to the American West.
193The first snow in Louisiana in how many years?

Temperatures seldom drop below freezing in winter -- good for us, bad for the Angela's snowman.
203We once took a ferry from Dauphin Island to Fort Morgan, crossing Mobile Bay, Alabama.

Feeding seagulls with popcorns was fun...

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