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Chris & Martin's ScrapBook 2000

These pages were initially created to transfer photos from traditional scrapbooks to the internet in order to both preserve and make the pictures and history available to family and friends. It has become more extensive than I intended. However, I see it as a way to save the details before they slip away.

Martin T      ©2015 Theophilus

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  Canine Family  •  476 Colorado Drive  •  Dancer-KD   •   Chris 8  Alpine •  Marfa, Texas

Chris at sunset in West Texas
picture of Troubador on his First Birthday
picture of the back of the house
picture of Dancer running Picture of Martin in museum December 2004
Martin, Mary,Jim and Chris working on IBAT History video
Chris & Dancer riding in River Crossing
                         
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Anthony made trip to Cuba

          

                                                              

Scotland with Shiela

The Land May 2000  •  Go to building the home & stable

Found River Crossing May 9, 2000 - bought 4.5 acres May 11, 2000 • click on pictures for larger images

     

 

Dee, Donna, Elaine & Johnny

Austin skyline from the 2000 CTBA party

Martin's Cortex card

Martin worked for Cortex Interactive as a Systems Manager and Video producer.   Unfortunately after 9/11, major contracts with Delta Airlines for International security and other training were placed on hold  causing Cortex to go out of business.  Some video work Martin worked on included Big Austin (view videos 1, 2, 3, 4), Delta AirlinesBalcones Springs Resort Virtual Reality for web site

Cortex Interactive Staff

 

 

 

 

Chris at sunset in West Texas
picture of Troubador on his First Birthday
picture of the back of the house
picture of Dancer running Picture of Martin in museum December 2004
Martin, Mary,Jim and Chris working on IBAT History video
Chris & Dancer riding in River Crossing
                         
2011

2012

 2017  B  
 

 

 

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