Earl I. Turner, a Happy Man

Earl in CA Rockies, 1082My late father Earl I. Turner (1918-92) on a trip he made to the Canadian Rockies, 1982. He went by himself and had a great adventure. On the back of the photo is written in his familiar printing, “10 Peaks, Moraigne Lake, July 1982”. Dad loved dramatic scenery, maybe one of the reasons I’ve always been partial to landscapes like this one in Canada, as well as Scotland, the Southwest, and New Hampshire’s White Mountains, where I went to Franconia College.

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  1. Kathy Solomon says:

    I never met your dad but I did meet your mom and Joel and Pam and Ben and Emma. My son and Ben did grades 1-12 together.It is a great photo.

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  1. […] father Earl I. Turner, about whom I’ve previously written on this blog, died twenty-two years ago today. Recently, my sister Pamela Turner found a letter Earl gave to his […]

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