Bring Me A Shrubbery!

We’re back from France. It was a wonderful family trip. I know it’s boring to show family pictures, but I can’t resist posting this one of Henry at Vaux-le-Vicomte – a truly beautiful castle with a tragic history.
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I’m in Philadelphia working for the weekend, but the radio show will be live once again Sunday (courtesy WIOQ – thanks, guys!).

20 Replies to “Bring Me A Shrubbery!”

  1. Thats the coolest picture ever. I grabbed it and photoshop out the kid….just kidding.

  2. Welcome back! That’s a great photo!
    Philadelphia you say! Thats awesome! Where are you? I need to visit! 😉
    BTW, It’s Philly. And don’t forget to get a cheesesteak while your in town! :cheese:

  3. Hey Leo … well for me family pictures are great especially of Europe. Post all you want! They are always nice to see and there is nothing like traveling in Europe and it always hold a special place in my heart. I have been to Europe 17 times and have many friends in the UK, The Netherlands, Belgium and Italy – always the best education!
    Maybe you can make a baseball game we spoke about last year in LA and see it from the production truck. My FOX Network baseball season is beginning in May and I’m sure I will get out to the Bay area again this season.
    Glad to hear your trip was great, be safe!

  4. XD, I just watched Monty Python and the Holy Grail for the first time today, and now I get the title!

  5. WIOQ = Q102 “Philly’s Hit Music Station”.
    That’s the “Top 40” station.
    But have fun over there, Leo!

  6. ::Brings shrubbery.::
    ::Brings second shrubbery with withe fence for that two-level effect::

  7. Great stuff Leo keep up the trips. Soon I excpect to see you on the TV through an internet tv station.

  8. Looks like Leo went War Driving (War Walking?) while in France.I wonder if the metal outfit affected the WiFi signal?

  9. Welcome to Philly Leo! Granted I’m from Jersey, but work close to there… anything going on there that we can come visit?

  10. A shrubbery?? What am I supposed to do with this herring, then? There’s still a lot of use left in it, you know.
    Looks like you guys had a wonderful time. It’s something I know the kids will always remember too. Thanks for sharing the photos – love the one with the gargoyle in the foreground (“the bells, the bells!”).

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